March 27, 2018
Full review at japan-indepth.jp/?p=39161
By Jason Morgan, Reitaku University
June 9, 2018
"As President Donald Trump and his negotiating team now prepare for what may be the biggest"deal" of Trump's life, and perhaps the biggest of the 21st century so far, it is crucial thateveryone who will be boarding the plane to Singapore for the June 12 summit, as well aseveryone else concerned with national security policy, to read--with a pen and highlighter--Fleitz's indispensable guide to the North Korean nuclear and missile programs."
Hunter Walker, Yahoo News, June 6, 2018
"In a book published just three months ago, Fred Fleitz, the recently appointed chief of staff of the White House National Security Council advocated the "limited use of military force" against North Korea, whose leader President Trump will meet in Singapore next week."
"The comments in Fleitz's book are particularly noteworthy given both his position in the administration and his long association with Bolton. Fleitz, who has been described as a Bolton loyalist, was named as the NSC chief of staff and executive secretary late last month."
About the Author
Fred Fleitz is President and CEO of the Center for Security Policy. He served in U.S. national security positions for 25 years with the National Security Council, Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Department of State and the House Intelligence Committee staff. He is the author of Obamabomb: A Dangerous and Growing National Security Fraud on the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. Fleitz also authored Peacekeeping Fiascoes of the 1990s and editor of Growing Challenges for America's Nuclear Deterrence (2020), Warning Order: China Prepares for Conflict and Why We Must Do the Same, and Putin's Reset: the Bear is Back and How America Must Respond. Fleitz's op-eds and articles on national security topics have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Post, National Review, Investor's Business Daily, the Jerusalem Post, the International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence and other publications. He frequently appears on U.S. and international TV and radio programs to discuss international security issues including on the Fox News Channel, Fox Business, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, BBC, One America News and others.