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  Trump Is Right About Afghanistan

Trump Is Right About Afghanistan

The best moment in President Donald Trump’s Afghanistan on Monday was also the most candid:My original instinct was to pull out. And historically, I like following my instincts.But all my life I’ve heard that decisions are much different when you sit behind the desk in the Oval Office, in other words, when you’re president of the United States. So I studied Afghanistan in great detail and from every conceivable angle. After many meetings, over many months, we held our final meeting last Friday at Camp David with my cabinet and generals to complete our strategy.In other words, Trump...

August 23, 2017
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The Spycraft Revolution

The Spycraft Revolution

The world of espionage is facing tremendous technological, political, legal, social, and commercial changes. The winners will be those who break the old rules of the spy game and work out new ones. They will need to be nimble and collaborative and—paradoxically—to shed much of the secrecy that has cloaked their trade since its inception.The balance of power in the spy world is shifting; closed societies now have the edge over open ones. It has become harder for Western countries to spy on places such as China, Iran, and Russia and easier for those countries’ intelligence services to spy on...

April 27, 2019
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‘In the Balkans, if You Neglect History, It Will Backfire’

‘In the Balkans, if You Neglect History, It Will Backfire’

Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaPeace talks have fallen apart again in the Balkans—but Greece and Macedonia show the proper way forward.A political crisis encouraged by the United States threatens to worsen the coronavirus outbreak.But the Serbian president says “we need more talks” with the former province, which insists that Belgrade recognize its independence.Latest12345Voices

April 23, 2020
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Biden Likely to Embrace Some of Sanders’s Foreign-Policy Ideas, Especially After the Pandemic

Biden Likely to Embrace Some of Sanders’s Foreign-Policy Ideas, Especially After the Pandemic

Robbie Gramer is a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy. Twitter: Jack Detsch is Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter. Twitter: Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaThe shape of the 2020 race is now clear: a trusted establishment Democrat versus an incumbent rallying Americans against an “invisible enemy.” Can Trump pull it off?Former Pentagon official and campaign veteran Doug Wilson is helping the U.S. presidential candidate stand out from the pack on foreign policy.Bernie Sanders wants to reinvent progressive foreign policy....

April 9, 2020
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Fear of China Made Taiwan a Coronavirus Success Story

Fear of China Made Taiwan a Coronavirus Success Story

As the new coronavirus sweeps across much of the world and cases exceed 160,000, there is one country that seems to have things under control, despite being only 110 miles from China and having experienced its first case on Jan. 21. Taiwan has only 67 cases (as of March 16), which is admirable in itself, especially when compared to its larger East Asian neighbors.Taiwan has been tackling its coronavirus outbreak despite being frozen out of the World Health Organization (WHO) and continual bullying from China. In short, Taiwan has had to rely on itself to fight the coronavirus. And in doing...

March 16, 2020
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There’s No Such Thing as Good Liberal Hegemony

There’s No Such Thing as Good Liberal Hegemony

Can we talk about something else for a moment?Although it is nearly impossible to wrest one’s mind away from COVID-19 and its implications, I’m going to give it a shot this week. I want to explore a topic that my students and I were discussing a few days ago, in a class on realist and liberal conceptions of world order. The question was whether the U.S. attempt to create a liberal world order during the brief “unipolar moment” was doomed from the start.To be more specific: (and ) have leveled at the U.S. strategy of “liberal hegemony” really fair? Is it possible that creating a global order...

April 21, 2020
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The Coronavirus Is the Biggest Emerging Markets Crisis Ever

The Coronavirus Is the Biggest Emerging Markets Crisis Ever

We used to think that the 2007-2008 financial crisis set the standard for a savage global shock. But that crisis took more than 12 months to spread from the overbuilt suburbs of California and southern Spain to the financial centers of the world. The coronavirus pandemic has taken just three months to engulf first China and now Europe and North America. As it has swept west it has triggered an economic crisis whose violence is set to exceed anything we have previously witnessed.The global shock has an uneven chronology. In the West it was the virus that triggered the financial crisis. In...

March 28, 2020
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U.S. Intelligence Says Coronavirus Isn’t Manmade. Trump Isn’t So Sure.

U.S. Intelligence Says Coronavirus Isn’t Manmade. Trump Isn’t So Sure.

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: The U.S. intelligence community says the coronavirus was not manmade, the Arab League condemns Israel’s annexation plans, and Russia’s prime minister is diagnosed with the coronavirus.If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up .U.S.-China Blame Game ContinuesThe Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the U.S. agency responsible for overseeing the sprawling U.S. intelligence network, on Thursday that it sees the coronavirus as a natural phenomenon. “The Intelligence Community … concurs with the wide...

May 1, 2020
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Trump Fixates on China as Nuclear Arms Pact Nears Expiration

Trump Fixates on China as Nuclear Arms Pact Nears Expiration

The report explicitly says that the administration is worried a potential reauthorization of New START could impact a trilateral arms deal with China and Russia. It also expresses concern that China’s nuclear stockpile will double if the current pact is extended, as it does not cover Beijing.Robbie Gramer is a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy. Twitter: Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaA rocky marriage of convenience that has lasted since World War II could derail as oil markets crash and mutual mistrust reaches new heights.The former vice...

April 29, 2020
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No Porn for Chinese Stuck Under Virus Lockdown

No Porn for Chinese Stuck Under Virus Lockdown

Tens of millions of Chinese citizens remain quarantined to their homes, moving much of their daily lives online. Yet teachers who have moved their classrooms to the virtual sphere find themselves navigating another state-imposed minefield: China’s heavily censored internet.In February, a lecturer of nursing science on social media that her online session was hastily shut down when artificially intelligent censors flagged the livestream as “internet pornography.” As the dust-up went viral on Chinese social media, the lecturer explained that she had been doing a class on human birth. A...

March 6, 2020
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