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STW contributor Rachel Avraham analyzes the multi-faceted threats facing Israel, and the urgent need for its leaders to create a Cultural Defense Minister position in the new government.
This week, Ken follows up on previous articles, with recommendations for both domestic and international advisers for both the Red and Green Task Forces.
This week, following up on his previous recommendations, Ken explains why President Trump needs to appoint a Cultural Adviser, to coordinate the Red & Green Task Forces.
This week, Ken explains why President Trump needs to appoint a Red Task Force as soon as possible, what its mission should be, and the questions it will work to answer.
This week, Ken and STW editor-videographer Jon Sutz examine the prospect of the U.S. negotiating peaceful solutions with various dictatorships -- most notably, the messianic terrorists who rule Iran.
This week, Ken submits a framework for a workable Middle East peace plan that addresses not only the immediate concerns, but a broader network of considerations that will enable it to be sustainable.
This week, Ken examines the most recent moves by America's top adversaries, and the Trump administration's responses, and describes the two basic approaches to going forward from here.
This week, Ken analyzes the interconnectedness between America's primary adversaries, including Iran, North Korea, China, Venezuela and Russia, and urges the U.S. to remain strong in dealing with them.
This week, Ken addresses the little-discussed yet existential threat posed to America by EMP (electro-magnetic pulse) weapons, and what we must do to begin taking it seriously, and protecting ourselves.
This week, Ken Abramowitz analyzes America's situation with Iran and North Korea, and makes recommendations for how the U.S. and its allies should act to deal with these threats.
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