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For the U.S., a Tenuous Balance in Confronting Russia
Some American officials assert that as a matter of international law, the provision of weaponry and intelligence to the Ukrainian Army has made the United States a cobelligere...
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor
With Afghan Decision, Biden Seeks to Focus U.S. on New Challenges
President Biden’s decision to pull all American troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 was rooted in his belief that there is no room for continuing 20 years of failed efforts to...
By Lisa Curtis
Commitments on Three Fronts Test Obama’s Foreign Policy
Executive Vice President and Director of Studies Shawn Brimley in The New York Times weighs in on the connection between national security policy and reality. ...
By Shawn Brimley
NATO Set to Ratify Pledge on Joint Defense in Case of Major Cyberattack
The New York Times quotes Senior Fellow and Director of the Strategy and Statecraft Program Julianne Smith on the important questions needing to be asked in regards to NATO's ...
By Julianne Smith
U.S. Seems Eager for Nuclear Talks With Iran’s New Leader
David Sanger of The New York Times discusses the prospects for renewed negotiations on Iran's nuclear program in the aftermath of the Iranian presidential elections and quotes...