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Why Trump should stay the course on nuclear talks with North Korea (Washington Times, 6/10/19)

By Fred Fleitz South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo reported last week that North Korea executed five foreign ministry officials in March because of the collapse of the February 2019 Vietnam Summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

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Five Myths About President Trump’s Withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Deal (May 14, 2019)

Center for Security Policy By Fred Fleitz May 8, 2019 marked the one-year anniversary of one of President Trump’s most important foreign policy decisions – withdrawing from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, the JCPOA. This was a controversial decision

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Understanding the Surge in Tensions with Iran (NRO, 5/9/19)

NATIONAL REVIEW May 9, 2019 By Fred Fleitz Tehran’s new threats are a sign that U.S. policy is working. Over the weekend, the White House announced it was sending an aircraft-carrier strike group and bombers to the Middle East in

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Speaker Pelosi Delivers Strong Speech in Support of Israel at AIPAC Conference, But is Her Party Going in Another Direction? (3/28/19) March 28, 2019 It’s not often that the Center for Security Policy praises Nancy Pelosi, but this is one of those times.  Speaker Pelosi’s speech at the 2019 America Israel Public Affairs Committee was a masterpiece expressing bipartisan American

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Boycott of AIPAC Conference by Dem Presidential Candidates: Another Sign of Growing Anti-Semitism on the Left (3/22/19) March 23, 2019 The annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) policy conference, which opened in Washington this week, has long been a required stop for American politicians.  Vice President Pence, Senate Majority Leader McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Schumer,

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Center Joins Major Jewish Organizations in Demanding Rep. Ilhan Omar Be Removed From House Foreign Affairs Committee (3/4/19) March 4, 2019 Center for Security Policy President and CEO Fred Fleitz joined a group of major Jewish organizations in co-signing a March 4, 2019 letter to U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Foreign Affairs Chairman

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Nine Months Later, Trump’s Iran Deal Withdrawal Is a Clear Success (NRO, 2/7/19)

NATIONAL REVIEW February 7, 2019 By Fred Fleitz Europe is coming to acknowledge and act on the nuclear threat posed by Tehran. Despite howls of protest by the Left, the foreign-policy establishment, and European leaders, and contrary to misleading assessments

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Last Year, This Top Democrat Said Anti-Zionism Is Anti-Semitism. Now He’s Silent (Federalist, 1/23/19)

The Federalist January 23, 2019 Due to a surge in this new form of anti-Semitism, including in the U.S. Congress, it is time for Democrat leaders to speak out again against this religious bigotry. Democrats have been scrambling over the

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Fleitz defends President Trump’s relationship with US intelligence (Washington Times, 12/17/18)

How President Trump has come to trust his CIA… with a few big caveats The Washington Times By Rowan Scarborough President Trump has left the tumultuous days of publicly combating his own intelligence community for a more workmanlike relationship coached by his

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‘Fake News’: Fleitz Slams WaPo Story Alleging Intel Community Concerns About Trump (12/12/18)

PJ Media ‘Fake News’: Former CIA Analyst Slams WaPo Story Alleging Intel Community Concerns About Trump By Debra Heine The anti-Trump media is pushing a Washington Post story published yesterday that claims President Trump has a tenuous relationship with the U.S. intelligence

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