Michael McDevitt

US Navy

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Retired Rear Admiral of the US Navy, now senior fellow at the Center for Naval Analysis

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As North Korea has escalated its threats to attack the US and its neighbors, the US has responded with its own plan of action: military exercises with South Korea; B-2 bombers from…

Will Increasing Tensions with North Korea Get Out of Control?

As North Korea has escalated its threats to attack the US and its neighbors, the US has responded with its own plan of action: military exercises with South Korea; B-2 bombers from…

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