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Fortune Favors the Bold

An intelligence surge is appropriate, lawful, timely, necessary, and critical to achieving the foreign policy aims of the next administration. This election is a turning point for American foreign policy. Disengagement has emboldened our adversaries. Violent, sadistic non-state actors like the Islamic State, Hezbollah, and the Badr Organization pose a threat to United States personnel and installations arrayed across the Middle East.
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