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George Perkovich
VP Carnegie Endowment. Written/edited books on Indo-Pak conflict, India's bomb, cyber conflict, abolishing nuclear weapons.
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Robert Reich 17h
In 2020, Biden won the popular vote by 7 million votes. In 2016, Trump lost the popular vote by 3 million votes. Both won the Electoral College by the same margin. The Electoral College needs to go.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 16h
Yesterday I recruited 5,000 volunteers to train and tutor kids in my community who are struggling with remote learning, and that was after investigating the Treasury Secretary’s rationale for stopping CARES Act funding and voting on House legislation. What did you do?
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George Perkovich 19h
Another Carnegie Endowment alum
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Rudra C Dec 1
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George Perkovich 21h
The first three don’t justify anything specifically. The UK need could, but it just as well could be as weak as the first three Stratcom points. Pretty pathetic. You couldn’t get a $100,000 grant for a pitch this weak
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Ronald Brownstein Dec 2
Vermont GOP Sen. Ralph Flanders as he led the effort to censure Joe McCarthy in 1954: "The responsibility for this thing lies squarely on the heads of the Republicans who have been obsessed with the value of McCarthy to the party. We are reaping what they have sown."
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George Perkovich Dec 2
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George Perkovich Dec 2
Replying to @mgubrud
Personally I have my doubts and would not say this. Would be an interesting trial. But the rest of the Harretz piece was good I thought
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George Perkovich Dec 2
Almost nothing he ever says is true or wise
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Carnegie Europe Dec 2
🇮🇷 | Why was 's top nuclear scientist assassinated? argues that it wasn't just a strike to prevent nuclear proliferation. The motive was to foment trouble between Tehran and Washington's incoming Biden administration. Read his take 👇
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George Perkovich Dec 2
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George Perkovich Dec 2
Hmm, which to read first?
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Milan Vaishnav Dec 2
Replying to @NPR @Sarah_Chayes
Here's a great interview with about her new book, if you're interested in a sneak peek:
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Tim Maurer Dec 2
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Tim Maurer Dec 2
Recommendation 2.2 of our FinCyber strategy released last month calls on governments to clarify how international law applies to cyberspace + the financial sector. Yesterday New Zealand’s became the 4th country to do so:
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George Perkovich Dec 1
Sadly, Bruno is right. Both systems would have fought back successfully
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George Perkovich Dec 1
My super brief exploration of the mixed motives behind why Iran’s Top Nuclear Scientist was Assassinated?
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George Perkovich Dec 1
Robin Wright’s article is excellent
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(((James Acton))) Nov 30
Action-reaction. In six minutes, and I discuss the recent U.S. test of an SM-3 interceptor against an ICBM and how China and Russia may respond.
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