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All the President’s Men of the Year

All the President’s Men of the Year

Donald Trump is pining for Time magazine’s recognition, but he has competition in his own White House.
The Quantum Gap with China

The Quantum Gap with China

China has ramped up its investment in developing quantum technologies, but few understand the impacts of losing this modern-day space race.
What’s Next for the Middle East?

What’s Next for the Middle East?

Career diplomats talk Syria, Iran from a local perspective.
This Beijing-Linked Billionaire Is Funding Policy Research at Washington’s Most Influential Institutions

This Beijing-Linked Billionaire Is Funding Policy Research at Washington’s Most Influential Institutions

The Chinese Communist Party is quietly reshaping public opinion and policy abroad.
SitRep: Trump Envoy Sees No End to Russia’s War in Ukraine

SitRep: Trump Envoy Sees No End to Russia’s War in Ukraine

North Korea readies another missile test, Russian warplane buzzes U.S. spy aircraft
Is the Philippines the Next Caliphate?

Is the Philippines the Next Caliphate?

ISIS is looking to regroup, and is setting its sights eastward.
Three Carriers Carrying on SE of North Korea

Three Carriers Carrying on SE of North Korea

3 carriers with a message for North Korea
D.J.’s open letter to the VA

D.J.’s open letter to the VA

Sporting a fresh hole in his stomach, a veteran is informed the VA will not pay for his feeding tube liquid.
SitRep: Trump Looking to Stop Arming Kurds; White House Steps Up Pressure on Iran

SitRep: Trump Looking to Stop Arming Kurds; White House Steps Up Pressure on Iran

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Trump makes surprise deal. Turkish leaders said Monday they fully expect the United States to follow through on president Donald Trump’s surprise pledge last week to
With Saudi Blockade Threatening Famine in Yemen, U.S. Points Finger at Iran

With Saudi Blockade Threatening Famine in Yemen, U.S. Points Finger at Iran

White House pushes to release intel blaming Iran for attacks on Saudi Arabia
Five Questions About the Missing Argentine Submarine

Five Questions About the Missing Argentine Submarine

Despite a large international search effort, time is running out for the crew.
Tillerson Finally Brands Myanmar Crisis ‘Ethnic Cleansing’

Tillerson Finally Brands Myanmar Crisis ‘Ethnic Cleansing’

Beyond harsh words, Washington hasn’t meted out punishment on Myanmar yet.
The Caliphate Is Destroyed, But the Islamic State Lives On

The Caliphate Is Destroyed, But the Islamic State Lives On

Why the United States can’t be complacent about undermining the remnants of the terrorist group.
Kill All the Poppies

Kill All the Poppies

There’s no way to ever win against the Taliban if the heroin trade is left to flourish.
Spies, Lies and the Murder of a President

Spies, Lies and the Murder of a President

What do the JFK releases really tell us?
America’s Military Doesn’t Have Enough Money to Do Its Job

America’s Military Doesn’t Have Enough Money to Do Its Job

Donald Trump promised a bigger defense budget, but the Pentagon is still waiting.
SitRep: Navy Plane Down in Pacific

SitRep: Navy Plane Down in Pacific

U.S. Army walking away form $6 billion battlefield comms network, Air Force says key surveillance plane too vulnerable against Russia
Army Looks To Replace $6 Billion Battlefield Network After Finding It Vulnerable

Army Looks To Replace $6 Billion Battlefield Network After Finding It Vulnerable

Hailed as a transformation in battlefield communications, the WIN-T program can’t stand up to foes versed in sophisticated electronic warfare.