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    The Trump Administration Can’t Get a United Front Against Iran

    But the Warsaw conference did bring together Gulf Arabs and Israel against their common enemy. Defense One - All Content…

    Trump Declares National Emergency, Calling Gov’t Border Drug Stats ‘Lies’

    In a dark, rambling speech, the president repeated long-debunked arguments — and provided ammunition for likely court challenges. Defense One - All Content…

    Slouching Toward Secession in Nigeria

    Apathetic voters are planning to boycott this weekend’s election—and may inadvertently boost the country’s most fervent separatists. Foreign Policy…

    Nigeria’s Election Is Shattering Political Taboos

    The issue of restructuring the country’s delicate federal system has long been off limits. Both candidates have now put it front and center, ensuring that reforms are on the way.…

    The US Air Force Has Won Control of the Space Force

    Six months ago, service leaders said they were being cut out of the planning process. Now they’re being put in charge of it. Defense One - All Content…

    The Afghan Government Is Missing From Afghanistan’s Peace Process

    Two sets of negotiations with the Taliban are under way in Afghanistan. Neither includes the country’s democratically elected, internationally recognized administration. Defense One - All Content…

    Lawmakers Say They Have an Agreement to Avoid a 2nd Shutdown

    They offered no details on the deal "in principle," but said they hoped to finalize it quickly. Defense One - All Content…

    Illegal Immigration Doesn’t Cause Crime

    A review of the available evidence shows no link between illegal immigration — currently at a decade-long low — and crime. Defense One - All Content…

    State Dept. Taps Ex-Fox News Correspondent to Counter Propaganda

    Pompeo hails "vision" of long-rumored appointee Lea Gabrielle. Defense One - All Content…

    Diplomats Aren’t Following the State Department’s Social Media Rules, Watchdog Says

    At least 20 ambassadors have used their personal Twitter accounts for diplomatic activities. Defense One - All Content…

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