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A woman carries a son while tending to the wounds of another son inside a field hospital after what activists said was shelling by forces of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the Douma neighborhood of Damascus, Eastern Ghouta, Syria November 19, 2015.
Born to Fight
Syria's Conjoined Twins and Assad's War Machine
By Annie Sparrow
Donald Trump at a rally in North Carolina, September 2016.
Ripped Off
What Donald Trump Gets Right About U.S. Alliances
By Doug Bandow
Standing guard at a monument in Harare, March 2011.
Why Zimbabwe's Military Sticks With Mugabe
ZANU-PF's Blood Brotherhood
By Philip Martin
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Preserving Primacy
A Defense Strategy for the New Administration
By Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
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Preventing Nuclear War with North Korea
Whereas Kim Jong Il’s North Korea conducted 18 missile tests during his 18-year reign, the last four years under Kim Jong Un have already seen 35 missile launches and three nuclear tests.
By Van Jackson
Somebody Else's Civil War
Osama bin Laden's attacks on the United States were aimed at another audience: the entire Muslim world. Hoping that U.S. retaliation would unite the faithful against the West, bin Laden sought to spark revolutions in Arab nations and elsewhere. War with America was never his end; it was just a means to promote radical Islam. The sooner Washington understands this, the better its chances of winning the wider struggle.
By Michael Scott Doran
Gendered Votes
Gendered personalities have strong and intuitive effects on political behavior.
By Monika L. McDermott
Fragile States and the Next President
The United States cannot—and should not—try to fix every fragile state. But with discipline about where and how to invest scarce resources and attention, proactive leadership can make a meaningful difference.
By William J. Burns, Michèle Flournoy, Nancy Lindborg
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