Author: dnexon

Home / (Page 3)
img

Bad News on the US-Korea Front

By
|
In General
|
On January 30, 2018
My colleague, Victor Cha, argues in the Washington Post that a “bloody nose” strike on North Korea is a very bad idea. Under normal circumstances, this would be notable for a number of reasons. Victor’s one of the country’s leading experts on Northeast Asian security. He was an official in George W. Bush’s National Security Council. And […]
img

Paul Manafort

By
|
In General
|
On January 28, 2018
Frank Foer’s piece on Paul Manafort just came out in the Atlantic. It’s a long read, but well worth your time.  Here’s a sample, from toward the end of the article: But Manafort must have also believed that money would eventually come, just as it always had, from the influence he would wield in the […]
img
  Mark Sumner has the same reaction that I did after reading the transcripts of the judiciary interview of Fusion GPS’s Glenn Simpson. The transcript of Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee released to the public by Dianne Feinstein is both the entire congressional investigation in brief, and a revealing […]

Gorka’s Gotta Gorka

By
|
On January 8, 2018

I have some comments on the latest opinion piece by Dr. Sebastian v. Gorka, PhD.  You can read the whole thread, if you so choose. This is clearly a work of very stable genius, by Dr. Sebastian v. G

It is main inner container footer text