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Archived Since:May 12, 2010

Blog Post Archive

America’s Allies Conceal Their Civilian Casualties in Iraq and Syria

The United States is doing its partners in the anti-Islamic State campaign a favor, at the expense of its own transparency.

In the South China Sea, the U.S. is Struggling to Halt Beijing’s Advance

Despite a belated U.S. naval patrol, Beijing’s bid to extend its military power over the South China Sea is moving ahead unchecked.

Here’s How Trump Can Win America’s Longest War

Trump could succeed where his predecessors haven't: in Afghanistan.

Can U.S. Internationalism Survive Trump?

American internationalism is not dead yet, but that it faces serious longterm maladies.

Trump Hands Putin A Win at First NATO Meeting

The president managed to berate allies, avoid commitments, and shove a head of government.

The Islamic World Has a Blasphemy Problem

How have such bad laws gotten on the books in Muslim countries? It's complicated.

Book excerpt: Thoughts on our approach to ‘The Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism’

The United States can play an important role in countering the international threat of lone wolf terrorism.

Gunfight at the K.C. Corral

Why the Kenyan government won’t do anything to stop attacks on cattle ranchers, including the last remaining white "Kenyan cowboys.”

Israel Changed Intelligence Sharing With U.S. After Trump Comments to Russians

The United States’ closely ally in the Middle East did a “spot repair” following the president’s decision to overshare.

John Kerry Slams Trump Administration in Harvard Commencement Speech

Reminding everyone at Harvard that free trade is great, Trump is bad, and climate change is real.

Taiwan’s High Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

If parliament codifies it in the next two years, Taiwan will be a trailblazer in Asia.

Iran Just Proved Trump Wrong

The gravest extremist threat in the Middle East isn't the nation that just voted overwhelmingly for peaceful coexistence with the international community.

NATO Prepares to Be Disappointed by the Cheshire Cat President

U.S. allies will not leave Thursday's summit feeling any more reassured than when they arrived.

In Leaked Call, Trump Praises Duterte’s Campaign to ‘Slaughter’ Drug Addicts

In a private phone conversation, the two presidents chatted about nuclear submarines and a drug campaign that has killed thousands.

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