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The Dowd Report

Alan W. Dowd is a Senior Fellow with the American Security Council Foundation, where he writes on the full range of topics relating to national defense, foreign policy and international security. Dowd’s commentaries and essays have appeared in Policy Review, Parameters, Military Officer, The American Legion Magazine, The Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, The Claremont Review of Books, World Politics Review, The Wall Street Journal Europe, The Jerusalem Post, The Financial Times Deutschland, The Washington Times, The Baltimore Sun, The Washington Examiner, The Detroit News, The Sacramento Bee, The Vancouver Sun, The National Post, The Landing Zone, Current, The World & I, The American Enterprise, Fraser Forum, American Outlook, The American and the online editions of Weekly Standard, National Review and American Interest. Beyond his work in opinion journalism, Dowd has served as an adjunct professor and university lecturer; congressional aide; and administrator, researcher and writer at leading think tanks, including the Hudson Institute, Sagamore Institute and Fraser Institute. An award-winning writer, Dowd has been interviewed by Fox News Channel, Cox News Service, The Washington Times, The National Post, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and numerous radio programs across North America. In addition, his work has been quoted by and/or reprinted in The GuardianCBS NewsBBC News and the Council on Foreign Relations. Dowd holds degrees from Butler University and Indiana University. Follow him at twitter.com/alanwdowd

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Preventing a “Blackout War”

By Alan W. Dowd, ASCF Senior Fellow May 1, 2017 @ 12:45pm

 

 

Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) was discovered—or perhaps better said, the dangerous and destructive side-effects of EMP were discovered—quite by accident in 1962, after a nuclear warhead was test-detonated 248 miles above Johnston Island. Immediately after the blast, telephone lines, po…

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Answering Moscow’s Assault on Democracy

By Alan W. Dowd, ASCF Senior Fellow April 3, 2017 @ 10:52am
 
 
   
 
 
John Lenczowski, president of the Institute of World Politics and former State Department and National Security …
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PACOM Commander: All Hands on Deck to Counter China

By Alan W. Dowd, ASCF Senior Fellow March 6, 2017 @ 10:48am

 

 

 

China continues its audacious effort to annex the South China Sea piecemeal by building artificial islands atop the reefs and shoals dotting this vital international waterway. To date, Beijing has built up some 3,200 acres of instant islands in areas hundreds of miles fro…

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Layers of Defense

By Alan W. Dowd, ASCF Senior Fellow February 7, 2017 @ 1:59pm

  

 

As discussed in the previous issue, a confluence of factors raises the prospect that the United States could be targeted by a terrorist group employing and/or threatening the use of portable nuclear devices, radiological bombs or other WMDs.

 

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Contemplating the Unthinkable

By Alan W. Dowd, ASCF Senior Fellow February 2, 2017 @ 9:07am

 

 

In decades past, Americans looked across the oceans and worried about the threats posed by powerful states and empires: the British Empire, the Kaiser’s Germany, Imperial Japan, Hitler’s Reich, the Soviet Union. In an ironic twist of history, it’s not powerful nations that occupy most of o…

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