September 11, 2019

Bolton departure removes foreign policy irritant for Trump, strengthens Pompeo

Featuring Carrie Cordero, and ​Neil Bhatiya

Source: The Straits Times

Journalist Nirmal Ghosh

The abrupt firing or resignation on Tuesday (Sept 10) - depending on who you believe - of the United States' famously mustachioed and notoriously hawkish National Security Adviser John Bolton, came as a shock but not necessarily a surprise.

In the short term, fears of edging into a new war overseas - as remains a worry in the case of Iran - may be temporarily eased somewhat by Mr Bolton's departure.

Read the full story and more in The Straits Times.

Authors

  • Carrie Cordero

    Robert M. Gates Senior Fellow

    Carrie Cordero is the Robert M. Gates Senior Fellow and General Counsel at CNAS. Her research and writing interests focus on homeland security and intelligence community overs...

  • ​Neil Bhatiya

    Former Adjunct Fellow, Energy, Economics, and Security Program

    Neil Bhatiya is a former Adjunct Fellow with the Energy, Economics, and Security Program at the Center for a New American Security....