Jason Killmeyer is a counterterrorism and defense policy expert specializing in emerging technology applications. His recent forays into cultural and political commentary have been featured in Human Events, Townhall, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, and more. Follow Jason on Twitter @JasonKillmeyer.
Iran’s leaders recognize the pain that results from sanctions do not pose an existential threat to a regime willing to rule through hard power.
That the decrepit state of planning in the leadup to a known and announced withdrawal deadline persists so late in the game is unforgivable.
If post-9/11 was us at our best, the more interesting question and a reasonable one to ask is: what would they think of us now? Twenty years later.
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