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Michael Waltz Op-Ed: Counterbureacracy and Lawfare: The Question of Torture in the War on Terror

8 January 2015 By Michael G. Waltz America’s conflict with Islamic extremism must be understood as a decades-long ideological clash, akin to our 50-year fight against communism. Despite the popular narrative about ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, we are still in the opening throes of this conflict (as yesterday’s events in Paris should have reminded us). When sensitive …

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New America Hosts Michael Waltz, author of Warrior Diplomat

4 December 2014 New America Foundation hosted Michael Waltz for a conversation about his book, Warrior Diplomat: A Green Beret’s Battles from Washington to Afghanistan, and his experiences in both Washington and Afghanistan with Peter Bergen, the director of New America’s International Security Program. https://www.newamerica.org/international-security/warrior-diplomat/

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“WALTZ AND MOSS: Stop chasing the violence” – The Washington Times

20 November 2014 By Michael Waltz and Lorianne Moss President Obama’s recent decision to send an additional 1,500 U.S. personnel to Iraq “in a non-combat role, to expand our training effort for Iraqi forces” is more of the same tactic that has plagued military operations for decades: chasing the violence, one small step at a time, rather than getting ahead of the violence and …

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Fox News: A conversation with ‘Warrior Diplomat’ Michael G. Waltz

13 November 2014 Dana Perino at Fox News talks with Michael Waltz about his new book, Warrior Diplomat, and lessons he learned in Afghanistan and while working at the White House’s National Security Council. http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/11/13/conversation-with-warrior-diplomat-michael-g-waltz.html

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Askari Co-Founder & Partner Michael G. Waltz to testify on “The Bergdahl Exchange”

18 June 2014 Michael G. Waltz, former Commander of a Special Forces’ Company in Eastern Afghanistan, will testify on 18 June at the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. The hearing, titled “The Bergdahl Exchange: Implications for U.S. National Security and the Fight Against Terrorism,” will begin at 2pm. Watch the live feed here: <http://foreignaffairs.house.gov/hearing/joint-subcommittee-hearing-bergdahl-exchange-implications-us-national-security-and-fight>

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Hon. Mary Beth Long Joins Other Foreign Policy Experts in Urging Congress to Enforce Iranian Compliance with Nuclear Deal

9 January 2014 The Hon. Mary Beth Long and more than 70 foreign policy experts signed a letter addressed to party leaders in both houses of the U.S. Congress urging them to enforce Iran’s compliance with the interim nuclear deal agreed upon in Geneva late last year. Read the full text of the letter, organized by the Foreign Policy Initiative, …

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