Mark Pfeifle

Mark Pfeifle

Mark Pfeifle was deputy national security advisor for strategic comm. & global outreach from 2007-2009. He led the effort to promote President George W. Bush's "surge" of U.S. forces in Iraq

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Americans Want A Tough Approach To Nuclear Talks

Mark Pfeifle, a former deputy national security adviser for strategic affairs and global outreach who led the campaign to promote President George W. Bush's "surge" of US forces in Iraq, discusses the TIPP Poll findings on the topic of nuclear deal with Iran.

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Public Worried About Cyber Attacks

Mark Pfeifle, a cybersecurity expert, discusses the results of a recent TIPP Poll on the subject as well as steps to improve cybersecurity.

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Americans Split on U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan, Support Continued Afghanistan Assistance

Mark Pfeifle, a former deputy national security adviser for strategic affairs and global outreach who led the campaign to promote President George W. Bush's "surge" of US forces in Iraq, discusses the TIPP Poll findings on the topic of complete troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.