A Look Ahead at Proliferation in the Middle East

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With Fred Fleitz, James O’Keefe, Bill Gertz, Riki Ellison

FRED FLEITZ, Senior Vice President for Policy and Programs at the Center for Security Policy, and former CIA analyst:

  • Post-mortem on the apparent “breakthrough” framework in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Claims made by Iranian officials that recent State Department and White House statements were false
  • Does the proposed framework give IAEA monitors access to “secret and undeclared” sites in Iran?
  • Tehran’s troubling ties to Pyongyang in weapons research
  • The warning Sen. Bob Menendez’s (D-NJ) indictment is to other Democratic Senators against voting for additional Iranian sanctions

JAMES O’KEEFE, Founder and President of Project Veritas:

  • O’Keefe’s undercover investigation of pro-ISIS support at Cornell and Barry (FL) Universities
  • Attack on America through its academic institutions

BILL GERTZ, Senior Editor at the Washington Free Beacon:

  • Too early to tell if preliminary agreement will completely prevent Iran from getting the bomb or just delay it by a mere ten years
  • Israel characterizes Iran as an “existential threat” while the Saudis consult Pakistan’s nuclear forces in hopes of deterring Tehran
  • Communist China increases funding to cyber warfare program while U.S. companies brace for the #OpIsrael attack
  • A Russian INF violation with the test flight of the RS-26 long-range missile
  • The political message the Pentagon sent to Beijing by clearing U.S. F-18 fighters to emergency land in Taiwan

RIKI ELLISON, Chairman and Founder of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance:

  • What American and Israeli troops serving in the Middle East think of the developments in the Iranian nuclear talks
  • How close is Iran to having an ICBM delivery system?
  • Needed U.S. responses to the North Korean threat
  • Chinese and Russian efforts to develop a kinetic, maneuverable warhead delivery system
  • Obama’s history of slashing missile defense funding in Europe and on the home front