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Ukraine’s Most Important Battle: Fighting for American Hearts and Minds

THE INSTITUTE OF WORLD POLITICS: LECTURE BY GLENN CORN

April 17, 2024

Glenn Corn provides a ground-level perspective of the current situation in Ukraine and discuss why it's important for the U.S. to support the Ukraine's fight against the Russian invasion.

April 17, 2024

Former Senior Intelligence Officer explains why Americans should care about the Ukraine War | TCB

THE CIPHER BRIEF INTERVIEW WITH GLENN CORN

April 9, 2024

Dispatches from Kyiv: Suzanne Kelly, CEO & Publisher, The Cipher Brief, interviews Glenn Corn, Former Senior CIA Executive, from the 2024 Kyiv Economic & Security Forum.

April 9, 2024

Senior CIA Officer on Russia | Legendary Case Officer and Chief of Station | Glenn Corn

COMBAT STORY PODCAST EPISODE

March 30, 2024

Podcast host Ryan Fugit interviews Glenn Corn, a former Senior CIA Executive. In this episode, they delve into Glenn’s experience at the Agency, including close calls, lessons learned, his command of foreign languages (Glenn’s a fluent Russian speaker,) and where the Agency is going today.

March 30, 2024

U.S. Strikes Back: Cipher Brief Experts Weigh in on What it Means

ARTICLE BY THE CIPHER BRIEF

February 4, 2024

Last week’s retaliatory strikes by the U.S. for the killing of three American military service members in Jordan last weekend, lasted only 30 minutes in what the Pentagon says is the beginning of a multi-tiered response.

February 4, 2024

On his time with General David Petraeus, the Cipher Brief, and Ukranian partners at the YES Conference:

POST BY GLENN CORN

September 2023

"[It was a] great honor to join General David Petraeus and the team from the Cipher Brief for a highly informative and moving visit to Kyiv to meet with our Ukrainian partners and attend the 'YES' conference. Seeing the courage and resolve of the Ukrainian people was inspiring and a great reminder of the importance of fighting for freedom and liberty even when facing challenging odds."

September 11, 2023

Turkish Foreign Policy Benefits Ankara’s NATO Allies, But Concerns Moscow

OP-ED BY GLENN CORN

August 14, 2023

In July of this year, less than 90 days after Turkiye’s recent Presidential elections, the Turkish Government recently took three important steps that were welcomed by Ankara’s allies in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) but clearly damaged Turkish President Tayyip Recep Erdogan’s relationship his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. First, on the eve of the NATO summit in Vilnius, Erdogan hosted Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelinskyy in Türkiye and publicly announced his country’s support for Ukraine’s NATO membership.

August 14, 2023

Ukraine is Putin’s Calculated War

OP-ED BY GLENN CORN

August 3, 2023

"Seeing the courage and resolve of the Ukrainian people was inspiring and a great reminder of the importance of fighting for freedom and liberty even when facing challenging odds."

August 3, 2023

Was Prigozhin’s Coup a Ruse — Or a Reminder to Get Ready for Putin’s End?

OP-ED BY GLENN CORN

June 27, 2023

Analysts from Washington to Beijing are trying to make sense of what happened in Russia over the weekend. And there are many questions lingering. For starters, why did Yevgeny Prigozhin, owner of the Wagner private military company, start an armed insurrection, march within 125 miles of Moscow and then suddenly command his mercenaries to turn around? How did Belarusian dictator Aleksandr Lukashenko get in the middle of the dispute between Prigozhin and Russian President Vladimir Putin, and will he really provide shelter to Prigozhin as part of the truce he reportedly arranged?

June 27, 2023

Does Erdoğan’s New Cabinet Signal Good News for Washington?

OP-ED BY GLENN CORN

June 24, 2023

It was clear going into Turkey’s recent presidential elections that many in Washington were anticipating a victory for the Turkish opposition candidate, Kemal Kilicdaroglu of the Republican People’s Party (CHP). Those rooting for Kilicdaroglu were let down when President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan prevailed, despite a struggling economy and the devastation caused by the February earthquake in southeast Turkey, convincing the electorate to give him one more term in office...

June 24, 2023
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