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Ivan Eland, Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute, discusses the meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as well as what to expect for President Trump's promised meeting with Kim. Watch CNBC Live TV ...
... Author of “Dear Client: This Book Will Teach You How To Get What You Want from Creative People“). Ivan Eland (Sr. Fellow & Director of The Center on Peace and Liberty at The Independent Institute) then joined the program to provide the background on the expected denuclearization talks between the ...

For all his revolutionary talk on the campaign trail, Donald Trump, as presidents have before him, has been co-opted by the U.S. foreign policy establishment to run pretty much the same national security strategy as his predecessors. That is because new presidents, most of them former governors, have ...
Predictably, President Trump's declaration that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and that he eventually intends to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to that city caused protests, rioting, violence, and even military strikes in the West Bank and Gaza and protests around the world. Trump is indirectly ...
Ivan Eland, director of the Center on Peace and Liberty, says that ISIS may become “a guerilla force,” adding that there's also a terrorist force “that could plague Europe for a while.” He said: “There is always a question of who is going to occupy the lands that ISIS had occupied before they were defeated.
In an effort to further tighten the screws on North Korea in what is likely to be another failed U.S. attempt to convince North Korea to give up its nuclear program, President Trump put that country back on its list of countries sponsoring terrorism. North Korea will join Iran, Sudan and Syria on the list.

Ivan Eland, Ph.D., is Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute, a non-profit, research and educational organization that promotes the power of independent thinking to boldly advance peaceful, prosperous, and free societies grounded in a commitment to ...
President Trump's recent rant to the United Nations was a rehash of George W. Bush's post 9/11 “Axis of Evil” fantasy in the 2002 State of the Union, which ultimately took the United States down the road to disaster with the ill-fated invasion and occupation of Iraq. Trump at the U.N. said: Terrorists and ...
During his campaign for the presidency, Donald Trump touted his nationalist “America First” foreign policy, which implied that he wanted to stay out of foreign brushfire wars. Even before that, he tweeted his disapproval of American involvement of the Afghan War. Yet now he has delegated the authority to ...
President Donald Trump has always had contradictions in his “tough guy” national security policy. For starters, he has proposed a nearly 10 percent increase in defense spending, but also claims that his demands for U.S. allies to spend more on defense are producing results. And during his campaign, ...
The recent North Korean missile tests raise questions about contradictions in President Donald Trump's national security policies. During his campaign Trump implied that the United States should fight fewer wars overseas and demanded that U.S. dependents, Japan and South Korea, do more for their own ...
Ivan Eland is Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Peace & Liberty at the Independent Institute. His most recent book is Eleven Presidents: Promises vs. Results in Achieving Limited Government (Independent Institute, 2017). Dr. Eland is a graduate of Iowa State University and received an M.B.A. in applied ...
In an effort to further tighten the screws on North Korea in what is likely to be another failed U.S. attempt to convince North Korea to give up its nuclear program, President Trump put that country back on its list of countries sponsoring terrorism. North Korea will join Iran, Sudan and Syria on the list.
Ivan Eland, Ph.D., is Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute, a non-profit, research and educational organization that promotes the power of independent thinking to boldly advance peaceful, prosperous, and free societies grounded in a commitment to ...
President Trump's recent rant to the United Nations was a rehash of George W. Bush's post 9/11 “Axis of Evil” fantasy in the 2002 State of the Union, which ultimately took the United States down the road to disaster with the ill-fated invasion and occupation of Iraq. Trump at the U.N. said: Terrorists and ...
Although the media is properly focused on the very troubling issue of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, and the Trump campaign's apparent willingness to collude with a foreign power to win it, and the heretofore Republican debacle in trying to repeal Obamacare, progress is being made on less ...
During his campaign for the presidency, Donald Trump touted his nationalist “America First” foreign policy, which implied that he wanted to stay out of foreign brushfire wars. Even before that, he tweeted his disapproval of American involvement of the Afghan War. Yet now he has delegated the authority to ...

President Donald Trump has always had contradictions in his “tough guy” national security policy. For starters, he has proposed a nearly 10 percent increase in defense spending, but also claims that his demands for U.S. allies to spend more on defense are producing results. And during his campaign, ...
During his campaign, Donald J. Trump proposed to deal with the problem of North Korea by pressuring China to convince its ally to give up nuclear weapons and the missiles designed to carry them. Yet after North Korea's recent test firing of several missiles, China proposed a solution to the problem, which ...
The recent North Korean missile tests raise questions about contradictions in President Donald Trump's national security policies. During his campaign Trump implied that the United States should fight fewer wars overseas and demanded that U.S. dependents, Japan and South Korea, do more for their own ...
Ivan Eland is Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Peace & Liberty at the Independent Institute. Dr. Eland is a graduate of Iowa State University and received an M.B.A. in applied economics and a Ph.D. in Public Policy from George Washington University. He has been Director of Defense Policy Studies at the Cato ...
Although the media is properly focused on the very troubling issue of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, and the Trump campaign's ...
During his campaign for the presidency, Donald Trump touted his nationalist “America First” foreign policy, which implied that he wanted to stay ...
President Donald Trump has always had contradictions in his “tough guy” national security policy. For starters, he has proposed a nearly 10 ...
... “bury the whole thing,” according to Ivan Eland, Senior Fellow, and Director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute.
Well, OK, I guess the president learned his American history at Trump University. In an interview with the Washington Examiner, he recently ...
During his campaign, Donald J. Trump proposed to deal with the problem of North Korea by pressuring China to convince its ally to give up ...
The recent North Korean missile tests raise questions about contradictions in President Donald Trump's national security policies. During his ...
Ivan Eland is a senior fellow and the director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute. The views expressed are his own.
... says Ivan Eland, a seasoned national security hand on Capitol Hill, now director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at Independent Institute.
Ivan Eland is Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Peace & Liberty at the Independent Institute. Dr. Eland is a graduate of Iowa State University and ...
Far from deterring any wider war in the Middle East, pulling the United States and Israel into support of repressive regimes made that danger far more likely, Independent Institute Center on Peace and Liberty Director Ivan Eland told Sputnik. "Even if ...
Independent Institute Center on Peace and Liberty Director Ivan Eland told Sputnik that the new secretary of state would seek to lift all US-led economic sanctions on Russia.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - "In Kissinger's day, he played China and the Soviet Union off each other, and Trump, also a foreign policy realist, would like to do the same," Independent Institute Center on Peace and Liberty Director Ivan Eland said on Tuesday.
Editor's note: Ivan Eland is a senior fellow and the director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute.
"The Syrian conflict may give us some indication into what his policies are going to be like elsewhere in the world," says Ivan Eland, a seasoned national security hand on Capitol Hill, now director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at Independent ...
Editor's note: Ivan Eland is a senior fellow and the director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute.
Editor's note: Ivan Eland is a senior fellow and the director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute.
Human Rights Watch is no different than any other nonprofit," Independent Institute Center on Peace and Liberty Director Ivan Eland said in an interview.
He said Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet; the Department of Defense; and Clinton's campaign have ties that are "fairly well known.
US taxpayers have paid more than $1 million for the pleasure of Pentagon officials, who were able to get away with wasting public funds.
US taxpayers have paid more than $1 million for the pleasure of Pentagon officials, who were able to get away with wasting public funds.
This comes days after a suicide bomber set off a device at a wedding and killed more than 50 people. Though no one claimed responsibility, the Turkish government blames ISIL.
Editor's note: Ivan Eland is a senior fellow and the director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute.
Ivan Eland is a senior fellow and the director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute. The views expressed are his own.
Obama's willingness to sell weapons to authoritarian Vietnam also made a mockery of his professed championing of democratic and human rights values, Independent Institute Center on Peace and Liberty Director Ivan Eland told Sputnik. "The Vietnamese ...
"The disclosure of the missiles by the Pentagon comes a day after President [Barack] Obama had a summit meeting trying shore up support from ASEAN [Association of Southeast Asian nations] countries," Independent Institute Center on Peace and Liberty ...
Human Rights Watch is no different than any other non-profit," Independent Institute Center on Peace and Liberty Director Ivan Eland said in an interview.
Independent Institute Center on Peace and Liberty Director Ivan Eland agreed that the latest congressional moves, if implemented, were unlikely to have any effect on changing the Pyongyang government's policies.
Ivan Eland, director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute, said Time has made it clear that "their criteria is the most important, rather than whether he's a nice guy or not.


 

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