How will the Trump Administration fundamentally shift American defense and foreign policy?

The Gander Airport of Defense Policy Update: Awaiting Canada’s Defence Policy Review

By Danny Lam

The Trudeau regime needs to act now lest we end up with another Gander Airport as the Canadian defense contribution to its own and NATO’s defense.

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Trump and the Russian Connection: The Critics Grasp at Straws

By Michael R. Caputo

The conspiracy of critics of Trump using the Russian association card is ironically a throwback to a period which liberals have lionized as a dark phase in US history. So now we have McCarthyism of the left?

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We Need a New Systems Architecture to Protect Personal Data and to Deal With Foreign Espionage

By Ed Timperlake

We need a new systems architecture that compartmentalizes our personal information not just for the sake of protecting civil liberties, but to prevent misuse by both our own government and foreign powers.

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America Needs to Set the Example

By James Durso

There are a number of key errors made in Washington prior to Trump coming to power that need be corrected in shaping a more effective way ahead for a more credible US government stance in the world.

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Refocusing NATO on Imminent Existential Threats

By Danny Lam

DPRK is presently not on NATO’s agenda. It must be.

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Trump Strategy and the Days of Our Lives Washington Post

By Ed Timperlake

The Trump Administration is shaping a new approach to fighting Isis; meanwhile the Washington Post is producing more episodes of Days of our Lives journalism.

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