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    Should this have been the American strategy in Afghanistan? Yes, I think so

    In a new book on the American war in Afghanistan, Aaron MacLean presents this alternative approach as the road not taken. Foreign Policy…

    SitRep: Allies Launch Major Flyover of Korean Peninsula; Pentagon Comes Clean on Deployments

      With Adam Rawnsley Overflight. The U.S. Air Force and Marines teamed with the South Korean and Japanese air forces Thursday to conduct an unprecedented show of force and live…

    Trump Dumped U.S. Ambassador to Amman at Request of King

    Jordan’s monarch had clashed with the U.S. diplomat over disagreements with Obama administration policies. Foreign Policy…

    No Country for Civilians

    The sudden exodus from war-torn South Sudan is the largest Africa has seen since the 1994 Rwandan genocide. This is what a nation without civilians looks like. Foreign Policy…

    Al Qaeda and the Islamic State’s Break: Strategic Strife or Lackluster Leadership?

    . Routledge: Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: Table of Contents…

    Federal Air Marshals Say TSA Separated Them From Families During Harvey

    With the hurricane closing in, agents asked to return to their families in Houston. They were refused. Foreign Policy…

    Pentagon Admits Thousands More Troops in Afghanistan Than Previously Reported

    Military officials had long hid the real numbers Foreign Policy…

    Trump Cares More About Ideology Than the Victims of Hurricane Harvey

    The president’s nativism deprived Texas and Louisiana of help they need from Mexico. Foreign Policy…

    Can the Deep State and the Media Survive Trump?

    The FBI and the Department of Justice must not overreact to leaks. Foreign Policy…

    Israel Freezes Export of Suicide Drone to Azerbaijan After Allegation of Abuse

    Israel’s Defense Ministry is investigating a claim that the drone was illegally used to attack Armenian troops in a test. Foreign Policy…

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