Category Archives: Doctrine Blog

Welcome to Truman

Welcome to the new official websites for the Truman National Security Project and the Truman Center for National Policy. Here you will find the online home of our nationwide community, forged in the aftermath of 9/11, that is fighting for America's promise on the battlefield, along the campaign trail, and in the halls of government.…
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Truman Center Statement on EPA and NHTSA’s Technical Assessment Report

For Immediate Release: 18 July 2016 Contact: Sydney Tate, state@trumancnp.org Truman Center Statement on EPA and NHTSA’s Technical Assessment Report Washington, DC – In response to EPA and NHTSA’s release of a technical assessment report kicking off the midterm review of the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards, Justin Ford, U.S. Army Veteran and Director…
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Truman Center and Truman Project Statement on Attack in Orlando

Truman Center and Truman Project Statement on Attack in Orlando FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  13 June 2016 CONTACT: Graham West (gwest@trumancnp.org) Washington, DC – In response to the attack in Orlando, the Truman Center for National Policy and Truman National Security Project issued the following statement: Truman President and CEO Michael Breen said, “First and foremost,…
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Solar Ready Vets Partnership Announcement

The Truman Center and Operation Free are very excited to announce our participation in the DOE Sunshot Initiative’s Solar Ready Vets program. Solar Ready Vets is a solar-jobs training program that brings together our nation’s service members and the solar energy industry to prepare military personnel in “transitioning military” status for solar-related careers. The program’s…
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Are We Moving Backwards on Torture?

Are We Moving Backwards on Torture? “It works. Believe me, it works. And you know what? If it doesn’t work, they deserve it anyway.” Amazing as it might seem, those are the words of the presumptive nominee of one of America’s two major political parties with respect to something simply and unequivocally wrong: The practice…
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Climate Change and National Security

After numerous debates, town halls, and interviews this presidential cycle, one major national security threat is still going all but completely unanswered: climate change. While the problem receives a cursory mention on occasion from the Democratic field, it is essentially absent from Republican discussions. Neither side is offering much in the way of in depth…
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Truman Staff on the Iran Framework

The Truman community has been active in their support of an agreement that will prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. Our staff and members have been working to shape our nation’s political debate, defending the diplomatic process from its opponents and stressing that tough diplomacy is critical to American security.  This week, Truman Project…
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