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Truman Project Fellow Ziad Haider discusses Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Islamabad, Pakistan. Despite the sweeping changes occurring across Asia, visits to Pakistan by the Chinese leadership remain remarkably routine affairs. Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Islamabad this week, his first since becoming premier in March, was no exception. Step 1: Deck the streets with [...]
Chris Finan, a fellow at the Truman National Security Project, discusses a campaign to give Syrian rebels the ability to speak freely online. “As American policy makers debate additional measures to pressure President Bashar al-Assad and aid moderate elements of the opposition, they should consider a military cybercampaign to give Syrians the ability to communicate freely online. Doing [...]
This Mandarin-language article, about the targets of Chinese cyber activities, features quotes given by Richard Bejtlich at the Center for National Policy’s recent cyber espionage event. Read the full article (Chinese) here.
Brandon Fureigh, Truman National Security Project Advocacy Director, talks about the importance of persuasion during election season. One of several clear victories I have had with not just my own family, but conservatives across the country was the work I did while serving as Advocacy Director for the Truman National Security Project. We designed a [...]
Jon Gensler, a fellow at Truman National Security Project and co-leader of Truman’s Energy Experts group talks on clean energy in the military and Operation Free. Jon Gensler is a proud native of southern West Virginia, a passionate warrior for the development of a clean energy economy, and co-leader of Truman’s Energy Experts group. His [...]