Lt. Gen. Weinstein (Ret.) discussed the continuous presence of United States forces in the Middle East since Desert Shield/Desert Storm, the need for all Americans to understand its military, as well as the need for a new doctrine of military force to be applied before the U.S. gets into another conflict.
Professors Najam, Schilde, Stern, Weinstein, and Wippl reflect on how the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States reshaped our lives over the last 20 years.
“You’re going to have to have a deadline. You’re going to have to stick to a deadline. And that deadline is going to get moved.”
In multiple articles, Lt Gen Weinstein applauds President Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal strategy stating, “you can’t focus on all those other activities when you’re mired in Afghanistan.”
Professors Garčević, Erik Goldstein, Hare, Najam, Selin, Storella, and Weinstein took part in UNITAR’s Executive Summer Programme on Innovations in Science Diplomacy, which aims to triangulate education, research and leadership.
“If allegiance to a political party comes before maintaining and repairing our democracy, then we are allowing this nation to crumble before our very eyes.”
“The real threat to America is not Afghanistan. China is the real threat. Until you can extricate yourself, you can’t put the resources into the real threat.”
Experts discussed the United States’ image abroad, how it can engage with international stakeholders, and how the Biden administration can work to restore the country’s reputation as a global leader.
“We have a new president of the United States, and we’re going to have a new secretary of defense…We can tackle these problems now.”
What’s the role of the U.S. Space Force in cybersecurity, and how does it work with other branches of the military?
Lt Gen Weinstein described white nationalism as a “cancer” that must be removed from the ranks of the U.S. military.
Weinstein and Maj. Gen. Liquori discussed how the U.S. Space Force come to be, why it is of interest to the U.S. to have a Space Force, and more.
Lt Gen Weinstein (Ret) expressed his feelings towards President Donald Trump’s handling of national security issues in contrast to how he believe’s Joe Biden will address them if elected President.
During a special online edition of Beyond the Headlines (BtH), a panel of experts from BU, Marquette University, and the U.S. Air Force discussed civil-military relations.
Lieutenant General Jack Weinstein shines a light on white nationalism in the U.S. military in a new BU Today op-ed.
A special online edition of the Beyond the Headlines (BtH) series explores various global issues that have persisted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and will probably survive it.
Gen. Jack Weinstein writes OpEd for BU Today on the killing of Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani arguing that the United States’ problems with Iran will not be solved with additional military action.
USAF (Ret) Lt. Gen. Jack Weinstein and Amb. Vesko Garcevic spoke at an event entitled “NATO’S Next 70 Years: Looking to the Transatlantic Future.”
USAF (Ret) Lt. Gen. Jack Weinstein spoke at the 2019 Alliance Linking Leaders in Education and the Services (ALLIES) Conference on Cybersecurity and Geopolitics.
USAF (Ret) Lt. Gen. Jack Weinstein has been selected to support the Defense Programs Advisory Committee of the Stockpile Responsive Program Study.