Financial Times Op-Ed: We need a Bretton Woods for the digital age

06/16/2022

We need a Bretton Woods for the digital age Friendly democracies risk ceding global economic governance to an authoritarian China if they do not agree new rules The writer is a former member of the US Congress and was chair of the House permanent select committee on intelligence, 2011-15 In 1944 allied nations came together […]

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Hill Op-Ed: While focusing on Ukraine, we cannot ignore China’s Pacific ambitions

04/25/2022

While Washington and Europe are focused on Ukraine, China is advancing its strategic position in the Indo-Pacific, signing an agreement with the Solomon Islands and militarizing several islands in the South China Sea. This is absolutely a big deal, and one that sees Beijing taking a page from Japan’s playbook in the Second World War to dominate Asia […]

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Hill Op-Ed: For the sake of our national security, Congress must end its budget battles

03/12/2022

On Tuesday, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence issued its Annual Worldwide Threats report. If you weren’t already unsettled by the state of the world, reading this sobering report will certainly leave you concerned. From Russia to China, health security to transnational threats like drugs and terrorism, and more, the ODNI report shows just how […]

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Breaking Defense Op-Ed: China is watching Ukraine closely, the US should watch China

03/07/2022

With the attention of the world on Ukraine, China has an opportunity to see how the globe reacts to a major power forcefully invading land it has long coveted. In this op-ed, former House intelligence committee chairman Mike Rogers warns about the lessons China might be learning to one day apply to Taiwan, and what […]

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Forbes: What Business Executives Can Learn From Putin’s Many Leadership Failures

03/03/2022

Mike Rogers, chairman of the board for Mitre Corporation, is a former member of Congress and a past chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. He pointed out that, “Putin mistook tactical success for strategic success. Occupying Georgia and facing no real consequences allowed him to believe he could do more in the name of […]

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The Detroit News Op-Ed: Russian cyber war could disrupt our lives; here’s how we fight

03/02/2022

Russian cyber war could disrupt our lives; here’s how we fight While the world watches Russia rocket civilians, bomb city squares and attempt to crush Ukraine’s democracy, an invisible war is waged online — the cyber war. Much has been made about Russia’s cyber capabilities, and for good reason. It is an area where Moscow […]

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