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SitRep: Defense Budget Gets a Boost; Trump Haunts NATO

SitRep: Defense Budget Gets a Boost; Trump Haunts NATO

Trump budget document foresees huge budget increase for Pentagon.
Trump’s Shadow Hangs Over NATO

Trump’s Shadow Hangs Over NATO

A year since Trump entered office, European allies are relieved the alliance is still standing, but U.S. leadership remains in doubt.
Trump Launched Campaign to Discredit Potential FBI Witnesses

Trump Launched Campaign to Discredit Potential FBI Witnesses

The president targeted three bureau officials who could provide key testimony in the Mueller probe.
Never Mind the Troika, Here’s Rouvikonas

Never Mind the Troika, Here’s Rouvikonas

Greece’s prolonged austerity has given rise to a movement of middle-class anarchism.
Enemy of the State

Enemy of the State

Bill Browder helped craft U.S. policy toward Russia. Was it for the better?
Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Imperial Nostalgia

Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Imperial Nostalgia

The British Labour leader’s worldview is antiquated, authoritarian, and dangerous.
Welcome to Syria 2.0

Welcome to Syria 2.0

The country’s civil war is over — and an entirely new one has started, with the United States at the center of it.
After ISIS

After ISIS

The vice president wants aid to go Christians and other minorities targeted by the Islamic State. But others fear it could increase sectarian strife.
How to Stop the War Between Turkey and the Syrian Kurds

How to Stop the War Between Turkey and the Syrian Kurds

Fighting between two vital U.S. allies will only strengthen Assad and Iran.
Egypt’s Undemocratic Election

Egypt’s Undemocratic Election

Under Sisi’s iron fist, only one candidate is allowed to run.
If a President Is Dying, and Nobody Says Anything, Does It Make a Sound?

If a President Is Dying, and Nobody Says Anything, Does It Make a Sound?

The Czech Republic's populist president is running for re-election — and his ailing health is an open secret.
Trump Should Abide by His Own National Security Strategy

Trump Should Abide by His Own National Security Strategy

The United States could restore its global influence by adhering to its commitments.
U.S. Sanctions Weapon is Under Threat — But Not From Bitcoin

U.S. Sanctions Weapon is Under Threat — But Not From Bitcoin

Forget cryptocurrencies. The real threat to American sanctions power is rapid technological innovation in finance.
China’s Understanding of Global Order Shouldn’t Be Ours

China’s Understanding of Global Order Shouldn’t Be Ours

Contrary to what Niall Ferguson suggests, if the liberal international system gets reduced to economics, it will no longer exist.
Nixing the Iran Deal Would Be Better Than a Fake Fix

Nixing the Iran Deal Would Be Better Than a Fake Fix

If Congress can't do the job right, it shouldn't bother.
Turkey Wants to Crush U.S. Allies in Syria. That Shouldn’t Surprise Anybody.

Turkey Wants to Crush U.S. Allies in Syria. That Shouldn’t Surprise Anybody.

America’s partners are at each other’s throats, and Washington doesn’t have a plan to pull them apart.
Can Mattis Succeed Where His Predecessors Have Failed?

Can Mattis Succeed Where His Predecessors Have Failed?

The 2018 National Defense Strategy has its priorities straight. But budgetary challenges could get in the way.
Germany’s Left Is Committing Suicide by Identity Politics

Germany’s Left Is Committing Suicide by Identity Politics

Social democrats have committed to a partnership with Angela Merkel that exposes their greatest vulnerability.
Forget the Ultimate Deal. The Mideast Needs the Status Quo.

Forget the Ultimate Deal. The Mideast Needs the Status Quo.

Trump’s plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace is fanciful, dangerous, and not going anywhere.
Europe Must Fight to Preserve the Iran Deal

Europe Must Fight to Preserve the Iran Deal

If Washington walks away from the nuclear accord, it will undermine Europe’s security and business interests. Brussels should flex its muscles now with diplomatic and legal threats.