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 By MEL GURTOV    Opinion

Biden's China policy must be confrontational and competitive

The dominant view of China in both Washington and in American public opinion is that the United States faces an increasingly ruthless Chinese leadership, requiring that U.S. policy restrain if not contain China’s malevolent... — Updated 2/25/2021

 By MEL GURTOV    Opinion

Refusing election results could initiate democracy's nightmare

By now it is an established fact that Donald Trump may, or may not, accept the results of the presidential election. He will definitely accept a win, and he “will have to see” about accepting a defeat. If he is soundly... — Updated 7/30/2020

 By MEL GURTOV    Opinion

The Mueller Report - Guilty!

My moniker for this president is Desperate Donald. Now the Mueller report shows the moniker is a good one: It tells us that Trump went bonkers, fearing Mueller’s appointment spelled “the end of my presidency.” In June 2017... — Updated 4/25/2019

 By MEL GURTOV    Opinion

The many ways Saudi Arabia is getting away with murder

In March I wrote about the visit to Washington of Saudi Arabia’s new leader, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. At the time most of the media were reporting uncritically about him and his regime. In fact, most were glowing in... — Updated 10/18/2018

 By MEL GURTOV    Opinion

Jared Kushner and national security are at odds with each other

Jared Kushner’s latest revision of his financial picture reveals a very wealthy man, and couple, who continue to profit enormously from the Trump presidency. But beyond the numbers lies the fact that Kushner, like his... — Updated 7/27/2017

 By MEL GURTOV    Opinion

Thanks to recent comments, all is not quiet on the Western front

By MEL GURTOV Contributor Donald Trump’s visit to NATO headquarters last week was consistent with two of his foreign-policy views: the need to pursue close relations with Russia, and skepticism about NATO’s utility. Despite aff... — Updated 6/1/2017

 By MEL GURTOV    Opinion

Choices: Dark spots, light spots and Apple's protest

How’s this for bad choices? A recent study by a Harvard group contended with the position of U.S. intelligence agencies that tracking possible terrorists was becoming more difficult because there are too many “dark spots... — Updated 2/25/2016


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