Subscribe to Our Daily Brief

Subscribe to our Daily Brief

* indicates required

Friday, April 20, 2018 | With Michel Gurfinkiel, Raheem Kassam, Bill Gertz and David Goldman

Rise of Violent Crime in Europe

Thursday, April 19, 2018 | With Daniel Horowitz, James Carafano, Phil Haney and Siobhan Nash-Marshall

Iran’s Growing Middle East Domination

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | With Dr. Lawrence Sellin, Diana West, Joe diGenova & Frank Calzon

IG Report’s Stunning Conclusions on McCabe

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 | With Richard Pollock, J. Christian Adams, Adm. Ace Lyons and Kevin Freeman

IG Report Shows Clinton Double Standard

Secure Freedom Radio Podcasts | | Appointments & Policymakers, Asia, Congress Watch, Defense Budget & Programs, Foreign Policy, Iran Nuclear Deal, Law of the Sea Treaty, Middle East, The Muslim Brotherhood in America, Treaties & International Agreements, U.N.

Email Print

With Admiral James ‘Ace’ Lyons

ADMIRAL JAMES ‘ACE’ LYONS, Former Commander in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Feet, the Largest Single Military Command in the World, Served as Senior U.S. Military Representative to the United Nations:

  • Origins of the Iranian regime
  • The 1983 Beirut truck bombing
  • How an existential threat to our country may have been avoided
  • Why the JCPOA has never been in the interest of the U.S.

(PART TWO):

  • The dangers of the Shiite Crescent
  • Why Iran’s control of strategic straits is significant
  • The Suez Canal and U.S. Naval capability
  • China’s major naval build up

(PART THREE):

  • Implications of China reconquering Taiwan
  • Why we must provide Taiwan with defensive equipment
  • President Obama’s sequestration of U.S. forces
  • How to interrupt the PRC’s strategic thinking

(PART FOUR):

  • President Trump’s current National Security team
  • The fallacy that diversity is a strategic imperative for readiness in the Military
  • Senator Corker’s recent disparaging remarks about Trump’s leadership
  • Why Turkey should no longer be considered an ally
Tagged with →  
Copyright © 1988-2018 Center for Security Policy | All Rights Reserved