Rebecca Grant is a national security analyst based in Washington, D.C. She earned her Ph.D. in International Relations from the London School of Economics at age 25 then worked for RAND and on the staff of the Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff of the Air Force. Since founding IRIS Independent Research, she has specialized in research for government and aerospace industry clients ranging from analysis of military campaigns to projects on major technology acqusition such as the B-21 bomber. Follow her on Twitter at @rebeccagrantdc … [Read more...] about Rebecca Grant: What’s behind Trump’s selection of John Ratcliffe as director of national intelligence?
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He Keeps a Low Profile on Social Media Unlike other public figures and politicians, Grenell keeps a low profile on social media. You could even be fooled into thinking that you've stumbled upon the Twitter page of some ordinary guy. On his userpic Grenell is wearing glasses and his caption to account reads :"I’m stronger after cancer. my dog runs my life. imperfect follower of Christ". … [Read more...] about Meet Richard Grenell: What You Need to Know About New Director of US National Intelligence
The ED had on February 14 filed status reports of investigation in the cases and said active investigation into the matter was going on, while the CBI had stated that LR have been sent to Malaysia and the response is awaited. … [Read more...] about Aircel-Maxis: Delhi court grants time till May 4 to CBI, ED to complete probe
“The vote today,” Andy McGuire, the Iowa Democratic Party chairman, said three years ago when the party abandoned the Jefferson-Jackson name, “confirms that our party believes it is important to change the name of the dinner to align with the values of our modern-day Democratic Party: inclusiveness, diversity and equality.” … [Read more...] about Truman and Coolidge go up, Jefferson and Jackson go down. How history remembers presidents
Not in Alberta and Saskatchewan, two western provinces that have resisted his appeal and that are in rebellion against his Liberal government over its energy policies and global warming initiatives. Nor in Quebec, where Bloc Québécois leader Yves-François Blanchet has told Trudeau that he cannot count on that party’s support to shore up his minority government and avoid a new election. … [Read more...] about Canada’s Trudeau campaigns for rotating chair on U.N. Security Council