Douglas Feith: In the past, western allies relied on the US nuclear umbrella for protection. What about now?

With Rick Green, Col. John Mills (Ret.), Douglas Feith and David Wurmser

RICK GREEN, Constitution Coach, Patriot Academy, former Texas State Representative, President, Authentic American History Productions, LLC, @RickGreenTX

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COL (RET) JOHN MILLS, Former Director, Cybersecurity Policy, Strategy, and International Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense:

DOUGLAS FEITH, former US Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, Author, “War and Decision,” Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute:

  • By providing a strong and reliable nuclear umbrella, Feith argues, the US was able to prevent its allies from pursuing their own nuclear weapons programs
  • Feith: The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty was one of the only successful arms control treaties because the US and the Soviets had shared interests

DAVID WURMSER, Director, Center for Security Policy’s Program on Global Anti-Semitism, former Middle East Advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney, retired, US Navy Reserves Lieutenant Commander:

  • David Wurmser: The Iranians are emboldened now more than ever – as of a month ago, they were scared of the US. What changed?
  • Wursmer argues that the Israelis are coming to terms with the fact that they are on their own
  • For Iran, escalation of conflict can serve a diplomatic purpose

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