Dubowitz

Du·bo·witz

(dū'bō-wits),
Victor, 20th-century South African-English pediatrician. See: Dubowitz score.
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North Korea has said these things before - Kim Jong Il wanted to meet with president Clinton," said Mark Dubowitz, CEO of Washington's Foundation for Defence of Democracies think-tank.
I've been warning about this for a year-that Trump is serious about walking away from the deal, and people like me who want to fix the deal and not collapse it have to get our act together and get it fixed because there are fatal flaws,' said Mark Dubowitz, chief executive of the Washington-based Foundation for Defense of Democracies, who has advocated for Iran sanctions and helped Congress write them.
The deal collapses without America," said Mark Dubowitz, an Iran hawk who advises the Trump administration and wants Trump to decertify the current deal to secure further leverage with Europeans.
Her proposal is very similar to one first aired in July by Mark Dubowitz, the head of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.
The administration's potential approach, promoted by sanctions expert Mark Dubowitz of the Foundation for Defence of Democracies and hinted at in a speech by US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley last week, would consist of Trump reporting to Congress in mid-October that he could no longer certify that Iran was in compliance with the deal.
Mark Dubowitz, an Iran expert and head of the Washington-based Foundation for Defense of Democracies, which advocates for a tough US position on Iran, said the latest steps were part of a "much more comprehensive strategy to use all instruments of American power to roll back Iranian regional aggression" and to "rectify what the administration sees as a deeply flawed nuclear deal.
It is a whole new reality," said Mark Dubowitz, an Iran sanctions proponent at the hawkish Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
and EU sanctions eight years early on Iran's main missile financing bank, the administration effectively greenlighted their nuclear warhead-capable ballistic missile program," Mark Dubowitz, of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a Washington think tank, told the Wall Street Journal.
American physicians are more likely to identify child abuse in vignettes when families were described as having a lower socioeconomic status (Lane & Dubowitz, 2007) and in African American families (Flaherty et al.
Boeing is signing a deal with an Iranian aviation company and an industry complicit in the regime's weapons proliferation and destabilizing adventurism," Mark Dubowitz, executive director of the Washington-based think tank Foundation for Defense of Democracies, said in a testimony submitted to the Financial Services Committee.
Mark Dubowitz and Eric Lorber, executive director and senior advisor of the Foundation for Defence of Democracies, said that allowing Iran access to the US financial system without asking for concessions on money laundering, terror financing, or its ballistic missile programme would be 'giving up something in effect for nothing.