Lamont Colucci

Feb 11, 2020
President Xi and the entire Chinese Communist Party face a continued trial against their de facto authority, and the coronavirus may prove to be the pivot point that fractures the party from within and without by further exposing its inner methodologies.

Jan 31, 2020
If we surrender to the status quo thinking of the mid-20th century, we will be surrendering more than our imagination and innovation; we will be surrendering our nation.

Dec 27, 2019
Providence provides the best explanation when analyzing the odyssey of Hong Kong.

Dec 4, 2019
If there is a redemptive marker in the tangled web of Persian Gulf politics, it may very well be the burning of the Iranian Consulate in the Iraqi city of Najaf last Wednesday.

Nov 7, 2019
What the world is witnessing in Iran is a nexus where international relations and religious changes merge, creating the potential for a long-lasting positive change in both.

Sep 10, 2019
Space cannot be left to chaos or the authoritarian and totalitarian dictatorships.

Aug 20, 2019
After spending much of August in the United Kingdom, I began thinking about the idea of substructure in foreign policy. Substructure is the foundation upon which a building rests. There are three tiers to any building (or idea, or philosophy).

Jun 28, 2019
Coverage about the protests in Hong Kong has been sparse compared to the aftermath of the Muller report, women’s soccer, and the weather.

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