Category Archives: Communications

Truman Project Atlanta Chapter Statement on Executive Orders Concerning Immigration & Refugees

Truman Project Statement on Executive Orders Concerning Immigration & Refugees ATLANTA, GA – In response to President Trump’s executive orders concerning immigration, sanctuary cities, and refugees, the Atlanta Chapter of the Truman National Security Project and Truman Project President and CEO Michael Breen issued the following statement: “President Trump’s executive orders, presented under the deliberately…
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Los Angeles Chapter of Truman Project Responds to President Trump’s Planned and Expected Executive Orders on Immigration, Refugees

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 27 January 2017 CONTACT: Jalina Porter, jporter@trumanproject.org Los Angeles Chapter of Truman Project Responds to President Trump’s Planned and Expected Executive Orders on Immigration, Refugees Los Angeles, CA -- In response to the executive orders released and expected to be released by President Trump on Wednesday and Friday of this week, the…
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Truman Project Statement on Appointment of Stephen Bannon as White House Advisor

Washington, DC – Truman National Security Project President and CEO Michael Breen issued the following statement in response to Stephen Bannon being named chief strategist and senior counselor in President-Elect Donald Trump’s White House: “Stephen Bannon, the former Executive Chairman of Breitbart News Network, has an undeniable track record of giving license and coverage to…
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Peshawar Attack May Finally Effect Change In Pakistan

With the recent massacre of 145 students and teachers by the Pakistani Taliban (also known as the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan) in Peshawar, Pakistan’s efforts to address terrorism have returned to the international forefront. And, yet just two days after this heinous attack, a Pakistani court has permitted Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a senior Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commander alleged to…
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Why Iran Diplomacy Matters

Over the past year, our nation’s diplomats have been working tirelessly to produce an agreement that will prevent both an Iranian nuclear weapon and another war in the Middle East. Keeping Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon is of central importance to American security – and achieving this through tough diplomacy is difficult, but possible.…
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Risk, Recruitment and Retention: An All-Hands Discussion

Today, the Truman Project, USIP, the McCain Institute and the Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy hosted an event called: Risk, Recruitment and Retention: Engaging Foreign Publics in High Threat Environments. Truman Project and CNP Chairman of the Board, the Hon. Doug Wilson, delivered the opening remarks, highlighting some of the unsung heroes—civilians—who have worked in…
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Rogers: a Good Choice for NSA

This morning, the Senate Armed Service Committee (SASC) will conduct a hearing to consider Vice Admiral Michael Rogers as NSA Director and Commander, U.S. Cyber Command.  The selection of a military career cryptologist and sustainment of the “NSA-U.S. Cyber Command” dual hat role are deeply beneficial for the nation’s cyber security. The choice of Vice…
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Bienvenu Monsieur President!

For the next few days President Obama will host French President Francois Hollande at his first state dinner in nearly two years. The black-tie event will be all about glamour.  The gossip will be about Hollande breaking up with his long-time partner and France’s first lady, a tabloid headline since his affair with a French…
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