Bridget Johnson

Bridget Johnson is a fellow with the Haym Salomon Center. A veteran journalist, Johnson covers the Pentagon, the intelligence community and State Department. She’s a contributor at NPR and serves as D.C. bureau chief for PJ Media....

How To Make Tomorrow's Anti-ISIS Coalition Meeting More Than Just A Photo Op
By - a year ago
The battlefield looks markedly different than when the global coalition to defeat ISIS was formed in 2014, and the 68 countries and in
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The Leader Of ISIS Will Soon Be Dead - But Trump Must Not Fall Into The Same Trap That Obama Did
By - a year ago
President Obama seized every possible opportunity to tout that his administration killed Osama bin Laden – but in the same breath, he
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Lesson From Trump's Holocaust Statement? Fill The 'Special Envoy To Combat Anti-Semitism' Vacancy
By - a year ago
What was most disturbing about the White House’s International Holocaust Remembrance Day statement was not the fact that it even saw t
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Terrorism Makeovers: Same Face, Fresh Strategy, Still Ugly
By - 2 years ago
Coming soon to a crime scene near you: a kinder, gentler terrorist group?For anyone who remembers the organization that sent plane
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How Trump’s ISIS Plan Completely Misses Terror Groups’ Core Strategy
By - 2 years ago
Attacks by the U.S.-born children of immigrants (Nidal Hasan at Fort Hood, Syed Rizwan Farook in San Bernardino, and Omar Mateen in Or
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