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    Trump’s Visit Highlights Threads of Increasing Global Disorder

    France’s Macron, who had wooed the new U.S. president, now decries “the selfishness of countries that regard only their own interests. Defense One - All Content…

    The US Border Patrol’s Last Hiring Surge Invited a Rise in Corruption

    Now it's hiring again. Defense One - All Content…

    Trump’s Space Force Faces an Uncertain Fate

    Congressional lawmakers, including Republicans, were skeptical of the idea long before the midterms. Defense One - All Content…

    Trump Warns Against New Russia Probes by Congress

    Incoming House intelligence chair: We “have a compelling interest in making sure that U.S. policy is not driven by leverage that the Russians have over the president.” Defense One -…

    America’s Place in the World Was on the Ballot. It Lost.

    Barely a word was heard about America’s fading claims to global leadership, or its wars and operations around the globe. Defense One - All Content…

    What the Midterms Mean for National Security

    House Democrats are poised to boost oversight of the Pentagon — and its commander-in-chief. Defense One - All Content…

    Here’s How Iran Will Try to Evade US Sanctions

    U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic’s oil industry have gone into effect. Tehran is already turning to some old tricks. Defense One - All Content…

    Trump Sparks Outrage with Claims That Rocks Should Be Treated As Firearms

    But there is precedent for firing on rock-throwers on the border. CBP agents have done so on numerous occasions. Defense One - All Content…

    The US Military Held an American as an Enemy Combatant for Over a Year. Here’s What That Means.

    The case could have upended the entire war on ISIS. Instead, it’s changing how we treat some detainees. Defense One - All Content…

    Angela Merkel Failed

    The German chancellor survived by avoiding politics whenever possible—and history won't judge her kindly for it. Foreign Policy…

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