Vikram Singh writes with Joe Felter in Defense One: “How SecDef Austin Can Make the Most of His India Visit”

"As the last stop on U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's first international trip, India caps a carefully choreographed display of the U.S. administration's focus on working with America’s closest allies and partners to safeguard a free, open and prosperous Indo-Pacific. This is a good move, given that India and the United States will be linchpins in keeping the region at peace…" Read the full article here: Full Article

2021-03-18T00:00:13-04:00March 18, 2021|Geopolitical Perspectives|

Vikram Singh quoted in NPR article, “Gen. Milley: ‘We’re Trying to End A War Responsibly, Deliberately’”

"Vikram Singh, a former Pentagon official who now works at the U.S. Institute of Peace, said the war has continued now for nearly 20 years at every American force level. "The U.S. troops, he said, 'provide some leverage over the parties in the conflict. But it should be clear now that American troops levels have little to do with ending the war.' "The Taliban want international support and funds, Singh added..." Read the full article here: Full Article

2020-10-20T16:21:09-04:00October 14, 2020|Cybersecurity & Defense|

WestExec Managing Partner, Principals and Senior Advisors among 89 former defense officials to write in The Washington Post: “The Military Must Never Be Used to Violate Constitutional Rights”

"President Trump continues to use inflammatory language as many Americans protest the unlawful death of George Floyd and the unjust treatment of black Americans by our justice system. As the protests have grown, so has the intensity of the president’s rhetoric. He has gone so far as to make a shocking promise: to send active-duty members of the U.S. military to 'dominate' protesters in cities throughout the country — with or without the consent of local mayors or state governors. "On [...]

2020-06-08T10:46:51-04:00June 5, 2020|Cybersecurity & Defense|
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