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Dempsey reviews honor guards in Tokyo, March 2015.
Notes From the Chairman
A Conversation With Martin Dempsey
Balancing act: a ballistic missile on parade in Moscow, May 2014.
Rethinking Nuclear Policy
Taking Stock of the Stockpile
By Fred Kaplan
Access denied: during a Chinese naval exercise, April 2009.
Preserving Primacy
A Defense Strategy for the New Administration
By Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
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In fighting shape: a U.S. soldier in Laghman Province, Afghanistan, December 2014.
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Nuclear Orthodoxy After Trump
The presidential candidacy of Donald Trump demands reassessment of the nuclear deterrence belief system.
By Michael Krepon
How Safe Are We?
“Are we safer?” might be the most common question asked about terrorism, but it is the wrong one. A better place to begin is with this question: “How safe are we?”
By John Mueller and Mark Stewart
India's Taxing Tax System
At present, India's 29 states essentially dictate their own individual tax codes, a confounding system that has long tripped up inter-state commerce. But to the world’s surprise—not least India’s—this disorder could finally be coming to an end.
By Milan Vaishnav
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