When I asked our speaker, Neile Miller (MSTS, Senior Director for Business Operations and former NNSA Acting Administrator) what a shift in nuclear policy meant for the nuclear and other national security programs at the Nevada National Security Site, I heard her pause just long enough to grab her White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) hat off the shelf.
As we refocus our attention on critical foreign policy decision-making, NSF is honored to have an esteemed expert, historian, and writer join us to reflect on the past few years and challenge us to think and rethink the role of American power and military engagement in shaping our foreign policy. Perhaps most importantly, Dr. Bacevich and our own Dr. Ty Cobb share an academic past having served together as faculty at West Point.
The explosion in a warehouse in the port of Beirut occurred barely half a mile from the densely populated center of the city with its many affluent residential and office neighborhoods. For 6 years, the warehouse stored the highly combustible compound “ammonium nitrate.
The Slippery Slope Becomes Ever More Dangerous. Where are the Wise and Courageous Leaders We Need? – By Richard Mueller
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