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What's still missing from the debate about domestic surveillance.
A political crisis as complex as the country it splits.
Why we need to focus our defense planning on beating anti-access/area-denial strategies, and why they aren't new.
Ruling the skies.
Understanding the nuances and challenges of Washington's approach.
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, time may be running out for seniors seeking healthcare.
Keep the triad alive.
Kyiv joining the EU could have deepened the Union's crisis, and Russia's moves aren't from strength.
Hamid Karzai is gambling that Afghanistan is too important for the U.S. to walk away from. He might be reading us wrong.
He's had several bad weeks, but he continues to bring things to the table that no other potential GOP 2016 candidate does.
How America should react.
The sky is not falling.
The ADIZ is a firm, deliberate step by Xi and Beijing.
The ADIZ's a provocative move—but Beijing might be overplaying.
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