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What Would a Saudi-Iran War Look Like? Don’t look now, but it is already here

What Would a Saudi-Iran War Look Like? Don’t look now, but it is already here

After eight years at Foreign Policy, here are the ten most popular Best Defense posts
The Guardians of the Great Barrier Reef

The Guardians of the Great Barrier Reef

Australia’s scientists are working against time and climate change politics to save their beloved coral reef.
Situation Report: Mattis Goes to Gitmo, Congress Struggles to Keep Government Open

Situation Report: Mattis Goes to Gitmo, Congress Struggles to Keep Government Open

B-1 bombers back to Middle East, pressure on Saudi Arabia over Yemen
Deep Pockets, Deep Cover: The UAE Is Paying Ex-CIA Officers to Build a Spy Empire in the Gulf

Deep Pockets, Deep Cover: The UAE Is Paying Ex-CIA Officers to Build a Spy Empire in the Gulf

They hired Americans to professionalize their intelligence service. But how far can former U.S. spies go?
Populism Is a Problem. Elitist Technocrats Aren’t the Solution.

Populism Is a Problem. Elitist Technocrats Aren’t the Solution.

The problem isn’t too much democracy — it’s too little.
‘Fake News’ Fights Back

‘Fake News’ Fights Back

Russian disinformation. A government attacking the media. A populace deeply skeptical of it. These Slovak journalists had seen it all — and decided to do something about it.
David Cameron Didn’t Just Sell Out to China

David Cameron Didn’t Just Sell Out to China

China’s global economic ambitions require help, and it’s entirely appropriate for the United Kingdom to offer it.
A Crisis of Leadership at the Military Intelligence Agency’s Watchdog Office

A Crisis of Leadership at the Military Intelligence Agency’s Watchdog Office

Since two whistleblowers stepped forward two years ago, morale at the Defense Intelligence Agency Office of the Inspector General has plummeted.
White House Counsel Knew in January Flynn Probably Violated the Law

White House Counsel Knew in January Flynn Probably Violated the Law

Don McGahn was looking at whether the national security advisor violated federal laws just days after Trump moved into the White House.
U.N. Human Rights Chief to Leave, Citing ‘Appalling’ Climate for Advocacy

U.N. Human Rights Chief to Leave, Citing ‘Appalling’ Climate for Advocacy

Zeid Ra’ad Hussein worries the global retreat from human rights makes his job untenable.
We’re getting out of the Marines because we wanted to be part of an elite force

We’re getting out of the Marines because we wanted to be part of an elite force

After eight years at Foreign Policy, here are the ten most popular Best Defense posts.
SitRep: U.S. Navy Looks to Move in Pacific, Japan Beefs Up Defenses

SitRep: U.S. Navy Looks to Move in Pacific, Japan Beefs Up Defenses

War in Ukraine gets worse, Saudi opens port in Yemen
Haley Warns Diplomats on Jerusalem: Trump Is Watching You

Haley Warns Diplomats on Jerusalem: Trump Is Watching You

“We will take note of each and every vote on this issue.”
Billionaires May be the Future of Space Travel

Billionaires May be the Future of Space Travel

Privately funded space ventures are altering the industry … and, maybe, the final frontier itself.
Let USAID Run USAID

Let USAID Run USAID

Rex Tillerson’s “terrible mistake” is actually the right thing to do.
Trump Nominee Concedes Saudi Siege of Yemen Could Be Violating U.S. Law

Trump Nominee Concedes Saudi Siege of Yemen Could Be Violating U.S. Law

Sen. Todd Young lifts a hold on the president’s pick for the next State Department legal advisor, after extracting a promise to review Saudi Arabia’s actions in Yemen.
White House Blames North Korea for Global Ransomware Outbreak

White House Blames North Korea for Global Ransomware Outbreak

The announcement comes amid heightening tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
How to Grade Trump’s National Security Strategy on a Curve

How to Grade Trump’s National Security Strategy on a Curve

Strategizing for this president isn’t easy. But that excuse only gets you so far.
The United States of America Is Decadent and Depraved

The United States of America Is Decadent and Depraved

The problem isn’t Donald Trump – it’s the Donald Trump in all of us.
Two Cheers for Trump’s National Security Strategy

Two Cheers for Trump’s National Security Strategy

Its survey of the world is mostly accurate, but the discussion of domestic policy falls flat.