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FPRI's Vanessa Neumann Quoted in The Daily Signal on US-Cuba Relations

Vanessa Neumann“The embargo, or as the Cubans call it, ‘the blockade,’ was not working...It’s a chance for the U.S. to influence Cuba’s policy a lot more through engagement than through isolation. You need to give people something to lose or some relationship to damage in order for them to care about what you want or what you can achieve.”

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FPRI's Mark Moyar Reviews Dominic Tierney's New Book: The Right Way to Lose a War

"Perhaps the United States can withstand continued losses a while longer, but a nation content to be a loser will not long enjoy allies who will fight or enemies who will show restraint."  

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FPRI's Lawrence Husick Quoted in Daily Signal on Chinese Involvement in the Recent Cyber Attack

Lawrence Husick"In general, U.S.-China relations will suffer. However, it’s very difficult to predict any particular way in which they will be worse because there are always trade-offs."

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FPRI's Dom Tierney on Media Tour for New Book

Dominic TierneyWe've collected below the media mentions and appearances on the occasion of the publication of Dom Tierney's new book The Right Way to Lose a War:

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FPRI's Jeremy Black Has Forthcoming Book Reviewed by Publishers Weekly

Jeremy BlackOn Jeremy Black's forthcoming book Other Pasts, Different Presents, Alternative Futures:

"Black...contributes a spirited entry to the increasingly productive conversation over the scholarly and political value of what-ifs—explorations of what might have happened instead of what did. This is the most robust defense of historical counterfactuals to date..."

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FPRI's Jacques deLisle Profiled in Dallas Morning News Article on China

Jacques deLisle"DeLisle spent the better part of an hour providing the social and political contexts surrounding this brewing confrontation and concluded that, while it’s causing a lot of diplomatic indigestion, it’s unlikely to lead to reach the crisis stage. China is not interested in provoking the kinds of international outcry and sanctions that Russia prompted with its military intervention in Ukraine."

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FPRI's Michael Horowitz Quoted in Defense News on European UAVs

Michael Horowitz"The announcement by Italy, France and Germany provides additional evidence that advanced UAV proliferation is likely inevitable even if the United States continues restricting UAV exports to its closest allies and partners. Without additional exports, it could further incentivize other close US allies and partners to strike out on their own and build their own advanced UAVs – or import them from others."

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FPRI's Edward Turzanski Quoted by MyFoxPhilly on Temple Professor Accused of Espionage

Edward Turzanski"This is a very serious problem and the Chinese are at the very top in terms of those who are responsible. We lose about $350 billion dollars a year, that's billion with a b to industrial espionage. It's built into the cost of everything you pay for as a consumer.”

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FPRI's Clint Watts Quoted in Vox Article on Released Bin Laden Documents

Clint Watts"[These documents] tell you in context how bin Laden tries, with his clerics, to justify whatever actions he wants to pursue, that are in their best interests."

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FPRI's David Danelo Interviewed by Legacy on Memorial Day

David Danelo"I think it's important for civilians to remember that ultimately, we veterans represent them, [and they should take an interest in learning why]. Foreign policy may not be the most popular thing to read and learn about, and it's certainly difficult to make time to understand what's going on in the world or why Congress is voting one way or another. But it's how our democracy works."

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