Entries Tagged as 'Gordon Chang'
March 10th, 2014 ·
Former Undersecretary of Defense DOUGLAS FEITH analyzes the threats to security that Vladimir Putin's Cold War mentality—and goal of reestablishing the Soviet Union—has to peace and security in Europe.
JAVIER EL-HAGE, of the Human Rights Foundation, focuses on what actions the United States could take to help quell the violence in Venezuela and bring about democracy to the country.
Asia expert GORDON CHANG looks at the evidence for a terrorist connection to the missing Malaysian airliner. Chang also reports on China's new claim that it has seized Second Thomas Shoal from the Philippines, and makes the case that China and Russia appear to be egging one another on in their aggression.
Fox News analyst and former marine BILL COWAN explains how Russia is positioning itself to replace the United States as the leading power in the Middle East, and the dangers it poses to Israel and the United States.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Douglas Feith
March 3rd, 2014 ·
The Heritage Foundation's JIM CARAFANO questions if the failure of the "Russian reset" will prompt the Obama Administration to change course on scaling down the military. He also reports on the overlooked cyberwar Russia is waging against Ukraine, and predicts whether a Russian invasion will stop at the Crimea.
DARIN SELNICK, of Concerned Veterans of America, sheds light on unsettling reports that some Veterans Affairs hospitals have been altering/destroying medical records in order to hide the struggles the VA is facing because of a hollowing out of the military.
Former Israeli Ambassador YORAM ETTINGER analyzes the impact of President Obama's pro-Palestine statements and choice of allies on the relationship between Israel and the United States.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, provides insight into the Chinese position
on Ukraine and its part in greater Russian-Chinese relations.
Tags: Gordon Chang · James Carafano · Yoram Ettinger
February 17th, 2014 ·
MICHELLE VAN CLEAVE, former National Counterintelligence Executive under President George W. Bush, explains the unique difficulties caused by the ongoing Edward Snowden leaks.
CHARLES FADDIS, President of Orion Strategic Services, gives his insights on the possible motives that Mike Morell had to lie about the source of the Benghazi attacks.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, examines the economies of China and Japan and what the de-linking of the two means for future conflict in the region.
LUIS FLEISCHMAN, of CSP's Menges Hemispheric Security Project, postulates that radicals being trained in a Bolivian school purportedly run by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, in association with Hezbollah, may be used to support the floundering Maduro regime in Venezuela. CHARLES FADDIS, President of Orion Strategic Services, gives his insights on the possible motives that Mike Morell had to lie about the source of the Benghazi attacks.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Michelle Van Cleave · Luis Fleischman
January 2nd, 2014 ·
Managing editor of The Long War Journal BILL ROGGIO analyzes whether targeted drone strikes against a rapidly expanding Al Qaeda movement are successful in preventing terrorism. He also explains why the evidence is against the argument that Al Qaeda terrorists were not affiliated with the 9/11/12 attack in Benghazi, Libya.
FRED FLEITZ of Lignet.com, talks about a recent New York Times report that blames fury against a video, rather than a planned terrorist operation, for the September 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi.
MATT LEWIS, a senior contributor at the Daily Caller, continues the discussion on the NYT report and the evidence surrounding Benghazi. Lewis also predicts whether President Obama will focus more on domestic or foreign policy in 2014, particularly in light of his fondness for discussing income inequality.
GORDON CHANG of Forbes.com and World Affairs Journal discusses the increasing tensions between Japan and South Korea, and argues that there is a great need for the US to build a tripartite alliance with them to counter China.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Bill Roggio · Fred Fleitz · Matt Lewis
October 16th, 2013 ·
With Ali Alfoneh, Fred Fleitz, Andy McCarthy, Gordon Chang
ALI ALFONEH, a Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, discusses the domestic complications in Iran that will prove to be the reason for skepticism for this week's nuclear negotiations in Geneva.
FRED FLEITZ, founder of LIGNET.com, talks about Iranian sanctions, as well as China's effort to "de-Americanize" the world's currency.
ANDY MCCARTHY, of the National Review, explains the Abu Anas Al-Libi case that will be in federal court in New York this week.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, elaborates on his op-ed piece about the U.S. debt crisis, and the prospect that China won't buy more of our debt.
Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Andy McCarthy · Fred Fleitz · Ali Alfoneh
October 7th, 2013 ·
BILL ROGGIO, managing editor of The Long War Journal, joins guest host JIM HANSON, to discuss the Navy SEAL-led raids in Libya and Somalia over the past weekend, and how secure the US is against terrorist attacks similar to the Westgate mall attack in Kenya.
MIKE BASTASCH, of the Daily Caller, explains the flaws of the United Nations' climate change panel.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, discusses the lapse in American foreign policy in Asia throughout the years and what impact it is now having on the world today.
CLARE LOPEZ, a senior fellow at the Clarion Project, talks about the recent assassination of an Iranian cyber-warfare official, as well as the latest updates in Iran's developing nuclear program.
Tags: Uncategorized · Gordon Chang · Bill Roggio · Clare Lopez · Mike Bastasch
September 16th, 2013 ·
CHARLES CRAWFORD, a former ambassador for the United Kingdom, explains his recent piece in the London Daily Telegraph outlining the diplomatic disaster the West has taken in the recent negotiations with Russia.
MATT CONTINETTI, editor-in-chief of the Washington Free Beacon, delves deeper into the emerging idea that Russia is replacing the US as the world's power due to the Obama Administration's policy of retreat in the Middle East.
HAROLD RHODE, senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute, offers his opinion having previously served as a Middle East expert in the Pentagon on the current issues surrounding Syria and the greater Middle East region.
GORDON CHANG, of www.forbes.com, speaks about the Chinese and North Korean military presence in the Middle East, as well as major economic initiatives by China for the near future.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Charles Crawford
September 9th, 2013 ·
NORMAN PODHORETZ explains his article in today's Wall Street Journal, outlining how President Obama is subordinating the U.S. to the dictates of the international community, where he says it has no interests as a nation.
JAMES ACTON, a senior associate of the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, connects lessons learned from a failed attempt to rid the world of chemical weapons to nuclear disarmament, as well as argues the position of an international agreement of nuclear weapons reduction.
JOHN YOO, former Deputy Assistant US Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel, analyzes the process for Congressional approval of a strike on Syria, focusing specifically on the constitutional implications.
GORDON CHANG talks about his piece in the New York Times, giving a backdrop to specific incidents in China recently.
Tags: Gordon Chang · John Yoo
September 3rd, 2013 ·
ROBERT ZARATE, policy director of the Foreign Policy Initiative, explains his ideas as a signatory of a letter sent to President Obama last week, urging Congressional approval of a strike upon Syria.
HENRY SOKOLSKI, Executive director of the Nonproliferation policy Education center, analyzes US intervention in Syria and what it would take to truly rid the world of chemical weapons.
ANDY McCARTHY, of National Review Online, expresses his concern over what might come from a possible attack on the Assad regime in Syria.
GORDON CHANG, of Forbes and World Affairs Journal, discusses North Korea being the largest supplier of chemical weapons and nuclear technology, the Bo Xi Lai trial, the Philippines and Chinese relationship, and the decrease in the US Navy and what that will mean for Asia
Tags: Gordon Chang · Henry Sokolski · Andy McCarthy · Adam Kredo
August 26th, 2013 ·
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON, senior fellow at the Hoover Institute, analyzes current events in the Middle East, including the Syrian chemical weapon attacks, Israel's status, the ongoing violence in Egypt, and Turkey's relationship with the region.
CLAUDIA ROSETT, journalist in residence at Foundation for Defense of Democracies, examines the situation in Syria and the lack of a UN response, as well as the absence of Samantha Power at this critical time.
HAROLD RHODE, of the Gatestone Institute, talks about Turkish Prime Minister Erodgan's statements about democracy and ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, US support of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and US involvement in Syria.
GORDON CHANG, of World Affairs Journal and Forbes, discusses China's aggressive nature with the territorial grab in the Pacific Ocean and the creation of a new anti-satellite satellite.
Tags: Gordon Chang · Claudia Rosett · Victor Davis Hanson