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What Trump Risks in Europe

July 13, 2018

General Wesley Clark comments on the NATO Summit, “With President Trump soon to land in Europe for the NATO summit meeting, many of [the United State’s] closest allies are concerned. They have seen Trump disrupt the recent G-7 meeting, been hectored by him publicly on their own levels of defense spending, and watched as the U.S. President, apparently the chosen favorite of Russian President Vladimir Putin in his 2016 election meddling, acts chummy with Putin and other dictators.” […]

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How Trump Can Get US North Korea Summit Back On Track

May 29, 2018

General Wesley Clark discusses the canceled North Korean summit and the potential for negotiation. He states, “The problem posed by North Korea is indeed difficult. So, rather than taking the summit cancellation as a setback, the U.S. should take it as an opportunity to establish a robust process that can truly deal with the issues threatening security and stability in Northeast Asia.” […]

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The Cost of Leaving the Iran Deal

May 11, 2018

Here’s the real cost of leaving the Iran deal. President Trump’s announcement that the U.S. will withdraw from the Iran deal and seek to reimpose sanctions proves one thing: the president isn’t afraid to pull the trigger. General Wesley K. Clark discusses more on Wondrium Daily. Read now. […]

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Gen. Wesley Clark Discusses Russian Threats Against the US in Syria

March 16, 2018

“As the ISIS mission winds down, the U.S. finds itself badly in need of a clear strategy and the will and means to implement it.”
General Wesley Clark’s most recent Op-Ed piece covers his views on the conflict in Syria, and his thoughts on how to resolve it. […]