Is it Good for the U.S. that Japan is Remilitarizing?

Dr. William J. Murphy of the New England Institute of Technology in East Greenwich, RI discusses the changing strategic landscape in Northeast Asia, Japanese responses to the gathering North Korean threat, pressures on Japan to acquire offensive capabilities for neutralizing the Pyongyang’s growing nuclear and missile capabilities, the evolving strategic dialogue about these matters in Tokyo, and the implications for American national interests with John Batchelor and Gordon G. Chang on The John Batchelor Show.

North Korea threatens Japan & What is to be done?

Dr. William J. Murphy of the New England Institute of Technology in East Greenwich, RI discusses the evolving North Korean nuclear threat, the dramatic increase in strategic danger to Japan it represents, and Japanese responses to these heightened risks with John Batchelor and Gordon G. Chang on The John Batchelor Show, 77 WABC Radio, New York, NY. Click here to listen to the podcast.

Dr. William J. Murphy Discusses Need for Stronger Civil Enforcement of Congressional Subpoenas with House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz and Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton – VIDEO

Dr. William J. Murphy of the New England Institute of Technology discusses the need for legislation establishing a strong civil procedure for enforcing congressional subpoenas of federal officials with House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT3) and Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton at the Judicial Watch Panel on Government Oversight Challenges on Thursday, March 30, 2017.

Politicized Mishandling of Russian Cyberattacks Undermines Long-Term Security –

The Obama Administration’s politicized mishandling of the Russian-orchestrated email hack of U.S. political organizations has distracted from even larger Kremlin cyber threats to American interests. Mr. Obama’s partisan clumsiness has fomented mistrust and confusion among Americans, undermining the ability of the U.S. to formulate an effective response to these dangers.

It is regrettable that the President and his associates have demonstrated more interest in using Moscow’s electoral cyber-activities to undermine the legitimacy of President-elect Trump, than in laying the foundation for an effective, long-term response to this significant, national security threat.