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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - James M. Ludes
Generals are often accused of planning to fight the last war, but the Army is making a virtue of it in the service's latest projections about future needs and capabilities.
Climate change in Latin America — and the accompanying drought, flooding and desertification — is likely to drive increased illegal migration across the Mexico-U.S. border in coming years, according to a report.
"If we rely on a tactical approach, on intelligence or law enforcement to stop these guys … it's not going to work," said Mr. Ludes.
"There is no profile," said James M. Ludes, executive director of the bipartisan American Security Project. "No silver-bullet solution."