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Dennis Santiago, Global Risk and Financial Analyst

Dennis Santiago is an author and commentator on national policy and global stability issues. His subject matter expertise was developed during the Cold War as strategic warfare systems analyst, missile defense architect and arms control analyst. He is the author of the US Imperfect Defense Theory of Strategic Missile Defense. Dennis has worked on conventional warfare, nuclear warfare, and asymmetric warfare. His areas of expertise include combat aircraft, ordnance, electronic warfare, command and control, campaign design and game theory.

Good Bot, Bad Bot: Countering America’s Addiction to Belittling Unwanted Men

An Internet Full of Bad Robots We already live in an age of robots. In the aftermath of a shooting on February 14, 2018 in...

Systemic Failure; America’s Continuing Inability to Deal with Unwanted Young Men

Systemic failure is defined as a deeply fatal flaw in a social or mechanical system that ensures catastrophic collapse as a consistent outcome. It was...

Dangerous Skies

Syria is at a critical crossroad. As the black-flagged nemesis of the Islamic State (ISIS) fades from the scene, the fragile alliance among enemies...

Saving Congress from the Establishment

I continue to reel from the vision of this year’s State of the Union address. What lingers in my mind is how sorry I...

State of the Union; Larger than a Tweet

U.S. President Donald Trump delivered a powerful speech on January 30, 2018. Speaking to a joint session of Congress, Trump enumerated a list of...

“Getting to Yes”; Can Donald Trump Manage the Ultimate “Art of the Deal” and bring Korea to Camp David?

What does it mean for the United States to have a provocateur President? What can a Nation accomplish when it looks at old problems...