It wouldn't be disastrous, but Washington needs a plan.
The tensions within the alliance are too deep for a little Russian pushiness to erase.
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The latest blot on the former prime minister's reputation.
Getting results matters more than personal comity.
France and the United States are moving toward deeper defense cooperation.
They're supposed to work together. So why do they leave so much to France?
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