The United States should look to revive the art of deterrence to avoid open warfare.
Financial markets may have overestimated the speed with which change would come to Washington.
Trump’s promise that America would mind its own business stood in marked contrast to Obama’s outstretched hand.
Pyongyang’s VX attack and cyber hijinks suggests a regime bent on acquiring multiple weapons of mass disruption and destruction.
The shadow banking sector in China represents an Achilles’ heel for policymakers in their desperate attempts to keep the economy on track.
Trump’s priorities won’t be well received by allies to the north or east—though members in the Mediterranean may think differently.
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