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In my recent Op-Ed at The American Spectator, I argue that the Trump Administration CANNOT make a deal with China on trade unless Washington wants to cede the technology war with China to Beijing.
In 2013, the Turks, a NATO partner, wanted access to U.S. Patriot missile defenses to protect against any spillover from the Syrian Civil War. The Obama Administration refused. Since that point, U.S.-Turkish relations have collapsed and NATO has quietly broken because of this. The recent Turkish invasion of Syria merely highlights this fact.
Turkey’s return to a small strip of northern Syria is not historically new. And Turkey’s presence just might complicate Iranian ambitions for expanding beyond their territory into the Levant.
In my September 22, 2019 op-ed at The American Spectator, I assessed where Iran will inevitably attack and how it might use asymmetrical warfare in an attempt to weaken President Trump’s reelection chances in 2020 (and why all of Iran’s plans are doomed to fail).
My friend and colleague at the Gatestone Institute, Gordon G. Chang, interviewed me about the ongoing tech war and Chinese strategic ambitions in the high-tech field. Needless to say, China is a threat that seeks to displace the United States in the valuable high-tech space…and American policies may be helping China achieve just this.
In my recent op-ed for American Greatness, I argue that Trump has deftly managed the North Korean situation.