Fred Gedrich

Fred Gedrich is a foreign policy and national security analyst. He served in the U.S. Departments of State and Defense.

Attorney General Sessions Now Needs to Appoint a Special Counsel

 

Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently announced that he has tasked the Department of Justice’s Inspector General (DOJ IG) to investigate alleged abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) by some DOJ and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials. His action was prompted by allegations that Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) orders — which allowed […]

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Keeping a Promise to the Polish People

 

It’s unsurprising that the White House recently scheduled a presidential visit to Poland in conjunction with the upcoming G-20 Summit. The U.S. State Department describes this Central European country of 38.6 million people as a stalwart ally and “one of the United States’ strongest partners on the continent in fostering transatlantic security and prosperity regionally, […]

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