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How to place Putin exactly where we want him

J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / March 9, 2020 For all the vitriol and finger-pointing about Russia’s Vladimir Putin manipulating our political system, not a single policymaker or pundit has proposed a coherent strategy to turn the tables against him. “Putin, sadly, has got all of our political class, every single one

Trump’s soft rhetoric toward Russia masks assertiveness against Putin

by J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / February 22, 2020. President Trump has reversed his predecessor’s weakness toward Russia and developed an impressive track record against the Putin regime’s aggressive behavior. Putin’s ability to project power is small and his economy is small, but the Russian leader has presided over a massive

Russia poises to grab Ireland to cut NATO, intercept cables

by J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / February 20, 2020 The Putin regime has mapped out a plan to invade Ireland, a vital telecommunications and logistics hub linking North America and Europe. Agents of Russia’s GRU military intelligence have been observed for years across Ireland charting its rugged coastline, deep harbors, and

Putin continues repressing Christians and recruiting them as spies

by J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / February 14, 2020 Russia’s security and intelligence organizations continue both to repress and recruit Christians for subversive work inside the country and abroad. “That this is the case should surprise no one because the threat of repression can be a powerful recruiting tool and the

Russia collusion hoax was a monstrous failure of US intelligence

by J Michael Waller / Daily Caller / March 29, 2019“Far more than a failure of journalism, the Russia collusion narrative was, at its core, a monstrous failure of U.S. intelligence and counterintelligence,” the Center’s J. Michael Waller wrote in the Daily Caller. “All criticism of the news media aside for the moment, the bottom line is

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