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The Pentagon Fights Back

The White House emphasis on humanitarianism may be turning some military leaders against Obama.

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Is Trump a Realist?

His improv foreign policy may infuriate hawks, but ultimately it lacks coherence.

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How to Prevent Another Benghazi

The U.S. needs committed intelligence officers, not ticket-punching careerists.

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Refugees, Rubble, Repeat

In an unpredictable year, the persistence of devastation is a constant.

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Davos Man Meets Donald Trump

The forced globalization of the West discredited liberalism, and the populist-nationalist reaction has arrived.

"Winter Landscape" by Joos de Momper the Younger via Walters Art Museum Wikimedia Commons. The 1620s in the heart of the Little Ice Age.

History and the Limits of the Climate Consensus

Acknowledging the science of global warming does not require accepting that it is immune to criticism.

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Where Is the Foreign Policy Debate in 2016?

The Charles Koch Institute brings a much needed discussion to New Hampshire.

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Guarantees made during the Cold War should not endanger America’s interests today.

Stuck in the Middle East

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