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Ending Endless War

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Coffins of U.S. military personnel are prepared to be offloaded at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware, May 2004.
Ending Endless War
A Pragmatic Military Strategy
By Andrew J. Bacevich
In Iran, the Wounds of the Revolution Reopen
New Evidence of the 1988 Mass Killings
By Kasra Naji
A Syrian War By Other Means
The Politicizing of Humanitarian Aid
By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
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The Chinese Villages Undermined By Overmining
In the central Chinese province of Shanxi, decades of careless coal mining have so exhausted the earth that it can no longer hold the dozens of villages that sit above it.
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Rethinking Nuclear Policy
The United States still has several thousand nuclear bombs and warheads, along with hundreds of ballistic missiles, bombers, and submarines to carry them. The time has come to abandon Cold War hang-ups and design a contemporary nuclear arsenal from scratch, based on a rational assessment of what is really needed.
By Fred Kaplan
Preserving Primacy
During the Obama years, the United States’ influence has declined even as threats have grown. A new administration must retain a robust nuclear posture, experiment with new force structures and equipment, and underwrite it all with more spending on national security.
By Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
Germany’s New Global Role
Over the past two decades, Germany’s global role has undergone a remarkable transformation. Today, the country is a major European power that attracts praise and criticism in equal measure. To understand how it sees its place in the world, look to the nation's recent history.
By Frank-Walter Steinmeier
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