FAS Roundup – April 2, 2018

By April 2, 2018

Dr. ADAM MOUNT, Senior Fellow & Director of the FAS Defense Posture Project, spoke with MSNBC to discuss U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton’s “dangerous” views on North Korea. 

ANKIT PANDA, FAS’ newest Adjunct Senior Fellow for the Defense Posture Project, testified at a U.S.-China Commission hearing titled, “China’s Relations with U.S. Allies and Partners in the Asia Pacific.”


What Trump’s Team Need to Know About the Kim-Xi Meeting in Beijing

President Trump’s team should take note of the overriding theme of the Xinhua news agency… 

STEVEN AFTERGOOD, Director of the FAS Project on Government Secrecy, published several new entries in Secrecy News, including expert analysis (and a postscript) of ODNI’s statement that transparency will build trust in intelligence:
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Passport Services Will Be Missed When Russian Consulate In Seattle Closes

Hans Kristensen, Dir., FAS Nuclear Information Project, appears on NPR Morning Edition. 

Three big questions about a Trump-Kim summit

Dr. Adam Mount, Sr. Fellow & Dir., FAS Defense Posture Project, was cited by The Sydney Morning Herald for analysis of the Kim-Xi meeting. 

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