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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.
China’s Flagship TV Network Hasn’t Registered as a Foreign Agent

China’s Flagship TV Network Hasn’t Registered as a Foreign Agent

Based in Washington, CCTV America broadcasts Beijing-controlled news to English-speaking households across the United States.
The ouster of Mattis: Some follow-up details and a White House response

The ouster of Mattis: Some follow-up details and a White House response

After eight years at Foreign Policy, here are the ten most popular Best Defense posts.
SitRep: Kremlin Blasts Trump Strategy, Saudi Intercepts Another Houthi Missile

SitRep: Kremlin Blasts Trump Strategy, Saudi Intercepts Another Houthi Missile

McMaster has tough words for North Korea, which Washington accuses of cyber attack
Buckle Up for Year 2 of Trump

Buckle Up for Year 2 of Trump

Four major crises the president is steering America toward in the year ahead.
Trump’s National Security Strategy Deserves to Be Ignored

Trump’s National Security Strategy Deserves to Be Ignored

The Trump administration claims — and fails — to provide a plan to keep Americans safe.
Cyril Ramaphosa Isn’t South Africa’s Savior

Cyril Ramaphosa Isn’t South Africa’s Savior

The newly elected leader of the African National Congress is being treated like a messiah. But he might not even win the next election.
U.N. Security Council Takes Aim at U.S. Recognition of Jerusalem

U.N. Security Council Takes Aim at U.S. Recognition of Jerusalem

The U.S. vetoed the resolution, which Nikki Haley called an “insult” to America that “won’t be forgotten.”
Does Trump’s National Security Strategy Have a Values Deficit?

Does Trump’s National Security Strategy Have a Values Deficit?

The administration notices growing competition with authoritarian countries, but skirts around the source of conflict.
Five Takeaways From Trump’s National Security Strategy

Five Takeaways From Trump’s National Security Strategy

“America First” is officially all grown up.
Portugal Has Emerged as Europe’s Booming Anti-Germany

Portugal Has Emerged as Europe’s Booming Anti-Germany

Lisbon got its economy back on track by ditching austerity, and now Berlin is eating crow.
Billionaires May Be the Future of Space Policy. Here’s What They Want.

Billionaires May Be the Future of Space Policy. Here’s What They Want.

Space nations, UFOs, and Mars colonies are on the wish list.
The NSS and the China Challenge

The NSS and the China Challenge

The president and his team deserve credit for formulating a coherent, cohesive approach to battling Beijing.
Why ‘5027’ is a number you should know: How war in Korea might unfold

Why ‘5027’ is a number you should know: How war in Korea might unfold

After eight years at Foreign Policy, here are the ten most popular Best Defense posts.
The Pentagon’s Third Offset May Be Dead, But No One Knows What Comes Next

The Pentagon’s Third Offset May Be Dead, But No One Knows What Comes Next

Experts say the U.S. advantage over China and Russia is eroding.
Combatting Chinese Economic Coercion in the NSS

Combatting Chinese Economic Coercion in the NSS

The Trump administration needs a robust plan to make sure America remains the world’s most powerful economy.
Tillerson Backtracks on Overture to North Korea, Slams China and Russia

Tillerson Backtracks on Overture to North Korea, Slams China and Russia

"North Korea must earn its way back to the table," Tillerson told U.N.