Clarion Project’s National Security Analyst, Ryan Mauro examines some of the key challenges President-elect Donald Trump will likely face in office and on how to deal with national security challenges such as dealing ISIS and radical Islamists.
Meanwhile, a short time ago, it was reported that a suicide bombing, claimed by ISIS rocked a Muslim shrine in a remote part of southwestern Pakistan just before sunset Saturday, killing more than 50 people.
The attack occurred in the women’s section of the shrine where at least 52 people, mostly women and children, were killed, Balochistan Interior Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti told NBC News.
Mauro has served as a strategic analyst for the Wikistrat consultancy and as an intelligence analyst and director of the Asymmetric Warfare and Intelligence Center.Mauro also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Intelligence Studies, Master’s in Political Science and a Graduate Certificate in Middle East Studies, all from American Military University.
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