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Trump Administration Blindsided Palestinian Leaders on Jerusalem Designation

Trump Administration Blindsided Palestinian Leaders on Jerusalem Designation

U.S. officials failed to mention the impending recognition of the holy city as Israel's capital just days before Trump's announcement.
As Russia Subverts Missile Treaty, U.S. Looking at New Weapons

As Russia Subverts Missile Treaty, U.S. Looking at New Weapons

Since 1987, Europe has been off limits for medium-range missiles. Russia — and now the United States — seems ready to tear up that detente.
Rational Security on the E.R.: The “When You’re President They Let You Do It” Edition

Rational Security on the E.R.: The “When You’re President They Let You Do It” Edition

From possibly obstructing justice to keeping his finances under wraps, President Trump is giving new meaning to “when you’re a star, they let you do it.”
The Unsolved Mystery of Michael Flynn’s Plea Deal

The Unsolved Mystery of Michael Flynn’s Plea Deal

It might be a dramatic breakthrough in the investigation of Donald Trump — or a revelation of Robert Mueller’s weak hand.
Military Mischief: O-5 and Above Edition

Military Mischief: O-5 and Above Edition

A brief list of recent military wrongdoing.
It Is High Time to Do Away With the President’s Nuclear ‘Football’

It Is High Time to Do Away With the President’s Nuclear ‘Football’

The recent Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on nuclear weapons introduced some unsettling possibilities.
Who’s Afraid of a Balance of Power?

Who’s Afraid of a Balance of Power?

The United States is ignoring the most basic principle of international relations, to its own detriment.
Don’t Trust China’s Opening of Its Financial Sector

Don’t Trust China’s Opening of Its Financial Sector

Inviting foreign investors into a closed economy is a lot easier said than done.
SitRep: Trump Jerusalem Decision Sparks Day of Rage Across Middle East

SitRep: Trump Jerusalem Decision Sparks Day of Rage Across Middle East

Temporary government funding bill pushed through, fighting ebbs in Yemen
Moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem Is Not a Disaster

Moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem Is Not a Disaster

But the Trump administration needs to walk a very fine line with Palestine and Arab states.
Tillerson: Biggest Snag in U.S.-Russia Relations is Ukraine, Not Election Meddling

Tillerson: Biggest Snag in U.S.-Russia Relations is Ukraine, Not Election Meddling

U.S. ‘badly’ wants to mend fences with Moscow, Secretary of State Tillerson says.
Putin Uses Olympic Ban to Rally Support for His Presidential Bid

Putin Uses Olympic Ban to Rally Support for His Presidential Bid

The IOC’s unprecedented ban on Russia for sports doping feeds his narrative of a nation under siege.
The Voice of France’s Materialist, America-Loving, Rock ‘n’ Roll Silent Majority Is Dead

The Voice of France’s Materialist, America-Loving, Rock ‘n’ Roll Silent Majority Is Dead

Johnny Hallyday was a working-class rock star with a right-wing Gallic twist.
Here’s How Both Obama and Trump Stoked the Saudi-Iranian Rivalry

Here’s How Both Obama and Trump Stoked the Saudi-Iranian Rivalry

The United States should find a more effective way to deter Tehran and restrain Riyadh.
NATO’s Little Noticed but Important New Aggressive Stance on Cyber Weapons

NATO’s Little Noticed but Important New Aggressive Stance on Cyber Weapons

Not many people noticed it, but last month, NATO made a dramatic change in its cyber policy.
Edgar on Strategy (Part XI): Strategy, or slip-up? The Willkommen that was heard round the world

Edgar on Strategy (Part XI): Strategy, or slip-up? The Willkommen that was heard round the world

It was the invitation heard around the world. And maybe that’s the problem.
BuzzFeed Subpoenas Companies for DNC Hacking Information

BuzzFeed Subpoenas Companies for DNC Hacking Information

Amid legal battle, the news site is continuing its efforts to validate the Trump dossier.
SitRep: State Dept. Reacts to Jerusalem Decision; U.S. Bombers Anger Pyongyang

SitRep: State Dept. Reacts to Jerusalem Decision; U.S. Bombers Anger Pyongyang

Pentagon admits 2,000 troops in Syria; Tillerson rips Russia