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The reflective leader: A major lesson from the memoirs of U.S. Grant

The reflective leader: A major lesson from the memoirs of U.S. Grant

Grant's memoirs show that self-awareness and honest reflection are crucial to leadership
War and Reconstruction: Ron Chernow’s marvelous new biography of U.S. Grant

War and Reconstruction: Ron Chernow’s marvelous new biography of U.S. Grant

In the years following the Civil War, the American south descended into chaos.
SitRep: Tillerson Still in; The Pentagon’s Magic Numbers in Syria

SitRep: Tillerson Still in; The Pentagon’s Magic Numbers in Syria

U.S. looks to fly armed drones in Niger; privatizing covert ops; and lots more
How to Move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem

How to Move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem

And what it means, legally, if Trump does.
Donald Trump Is Singlehandedly Wrecking the Special Relationship

Donald Trump Is Singlehandedly Wrecking the Special Relationship

America has no greater friend than Britain. Or had.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The “Power of Delusional Thinking” Edition

Rational Security on The E.R.: The “Power of Delusional Thinking” Edition

Mike Flynn may be cooperating with Mueller’s investigation, but the president thinks there’s nothing to worry about.
This Is How Every Genocide Begins

This Is How Every Genocide Begins

Why Trump’s most un-American moment can’t be overlooked.
Sisi Doesn’t Know How to Beat ISIS

Sisi Doesn’t Know How to Beat ISIS

Egypt’s brute-force approach to counterterrorism isn’t working in Sinai.
Rexit: Secretary of State Tillerson Could Soon Get the Boot

Rexit: Secretary of State Tillerson Could Soon Get the Boot

Reports suggest Trump is mulling replacing the embattled secretary of state with CIA head Pompeo, and putting Sen. Tom Cotton at CIA.
A Key Intelligence Advisory Board Has No Members

A Key Intelligence Advisory Board Has No Members

President Trump’s antipathy toward the intel community extends to the Intelligence Advisory Board.
Australia Is Worried About America’s Ability to Lead

Australia Is Worried About America’s Ability to Lead

The West needs a strong, committed, engaged White House to hedge against China’s inexorable rise.
Feds Quietly Reveal Chinese State-Backed Hacking Operation

Feds Quietly Reveal Chinese State-Backed Hacking Operation

Prosecutors say Chinese hackers from a mysterious cybersecurity firm stole corporate secrets from three big firms.
An Appreciation of Recently Departed Lieutenant General John H. Cushman

An Appreciation of Recently Departed Lieutenant General John H. Cushman

Gen. “Jack” Cushman, former commandant of the U.S. army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) from 1973-1976, died earlier this month at 96.
SitRep: Pyongyang To Be ‘Utterly Destroyed’ In Case Of War, U.S. Warns

SitRep: Pyongyang To Be ‘Utterly Destroyed’ In Case Of War, U.S. Warns

A look at the North's new ICBM, Russia's Lavrov says Trump the same as Obama
#MeToo Is All Too Common in National Security

#MeToo Is All Too Common in National Security

I signed the letter, but didn’t think I deserved to be called a “survivor.” Until I started remembering the trail of abuse.
America Just Quietly Backed Down Against China Again

America Just Quietly Backed Down Against China Again

When China complained about a plan for the Navy to make port calls in Taiwan, Congress listened.
Donald Trump Has Been Torture for Foreign Correspondents in Russia

Donald Trump Has Been Torture for Foreign Correspondents in Russia

The Russia stories everyone wants aren’t the ones people in Russia can provide.
Trump Is Commander-in-Chief of the War on Mainstream Media

Trump Is Commander-in-Chief of the War on Mainstream Media

The President’s assaults on the truth aren’t a hobby – they’re an obsession.
Two Cheers for Rex

Two Cheers for Rex

The secretary of state has been going through a rough patch, but not all of his endeavors deserve to be pilloried.