James Stavridis

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James Stavridis has been quoted 22 times. The one recent article where James Stavridis has been quoted is Trump’s Pentagon Presents ISIS Plan That Looks Much Like Obama’s. Most recently, James Stavridis was quoted as having said, “The current plan to defeat the Islamic State is just like that old saying: Plan B is just, Try harder at Plan A. We have not come up with new ways of approaching this. I would say the president might want to send that report back to his team to take another hard look.”.
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Mitt Romney would be a move toward a more centrist foreign policy that I think would be helpful for the Trump administration in terms of reassuring global allies, partners and friends.

I think he will play to the darker angels of this administration in terms of adopting very, very aggressive stance, very hard power, very anti-Islam.

It's well known that there's great deal of offshore money moved outside of Russia from oligarchs.

I would quote a Russian proverb, which is, Probe with bayonets. When you hit mush, proceed. When you hit steel withdraw.' I think unless we stand up to this kind of cyber attack from Russia, we'll only see more and more of it in the future.

The trend lines are very bad. We're not in a new Cold War, but we're edging close to one.

He is going to continue to maintain power, and part of doing that is demonstrating that he can thumb his nose at the West any time he wants to.

They appear to be lessening their demands for the ouster of Assad in deference to their new relationship with Russia.

In order to create a 'buffer zone,' Turkey would have to keep a significant force on the Syrian side of the border.

The fundamental Turkish red line is not Assad. It is against the formation of a Kurdish state.

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