Katherine Zimmerman

American Enterprise Institute

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Katherine Zimmerman is a research fellow at the America Enterprise Institute and the research manager for AEI’s Critical Threats Project, which focuses on the threats from al Qaeda and Iran.

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President Trump wants the Pentagon to "fight to win," and battlefield commanders now make decisions that used to come from the Obama White House.

Military escalation… without diplomacy

President Trump wants the Pentagon to "fight to win," and battlefield commanders now make decisions that used to come from the Obama White House.

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