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Loose Nukes and Atomic Nuts: What Are the Biggest Threats to the US? (Members Only)

National Security Review

"They could possibly produce an electromagnetic pulse attack. That's when you shoot one missile with one nuclear warhead high, up about 40,000 feet into the atmosphere...you'd kill no one immediately but you would knock out...the electric grid." -- Cliff May 

 
Jun 3, 2011 7min
GITMO 101: The Truth about Guantanamo Bay

National Security Review

"The misconceptions of what the detention camp is at Guantanamo Bay are as varied and intricate as the security measures there. " -- Bill Whittle 

 
Apr 12, 2011 7min
Obama's Mixed Messages: White House Confusion on Egypt, Libya and Middle East

National Security Review

"I think there is a message being sent that is effectively this: that we will punt responsibility of taking care of a dire situation in international security, and we are going to go ahead and punt to the Europeans, and we're going to punt it to NATO." -- Jonathan Schanzer
 

 
Mar 9, 2011 10min
WikiLeaks is Bad, but Is It Treason?

National Security Review

Cliff May and Austin Bay join Alexis Garcia to discuss WikiLeaks. If Julian Assange is Australian, can the United States charge him with treason? Should the First Amendment apply to him? Find out.  

 
Dec 29, 2010 12min
Peace in the East? North Korea Continues Its Saber Rattling

National Security Review

North Korea is undergoing a change in power, at the same time that it is rattling its saber at the west. Why isn't China stepping in to tame its noisy neighbor? Find out as Cliff May, Austin Bay and Alexis Garcia take a close look at North Korea.

 
Dec 23, 2010 8min
The Bottom Line With James Poulos: Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Death, Taxes & The Deficit Commission

The Bottom Line with James Poulos

James Poulos and Douglas Holtz-Eakin discuss the national debt and federal budget deficit.

 
Dec 4, 2010 8min
Talking Turkey: Do Turkish Elections Signal A Drift Towards an Islamic State?

National Security Review

Turkish citizens voted on whether to amend their constitution. Will Turkey retain a secular political culture or move closer towards an Islamic state? Is there reason to worry? Austin Bay and Cliff May discuss with Bill Whittle on this edition of NSR. 

 
Sep 14, 2010 13min
Michael Ledeen Presents: Espionage, Intrigue & Iran

Faster, Please!

Michael Ledeen, Foundation for Defense of Democracies ]

 
Aug 31, 2009 10min
PJTV SPECIAL REPORT: The Real Tehran ... Underreported Facts About the Uprising in Iran

PJTV Special

Michael Ledeen, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Roger L. Simon, Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi, Middle East Update ]

 
Jul 10, 2009 14min
IRAN: The Brutal Response From the Regime in Tehran ... Will a Revolution Transform the Middle East?

National Security Review

Megan Ortagus, Cliff May, Austin Bay, Bill Whittle, National Security Review, Foundation for Defense of Democracies ]

 
Jun 26, 2009 18min
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