FPI TESTIMONY
FPI Senior Policy Analyst Tzvi Kahn discusses Iran's increased aggression after the nuclear deal.

White, Yes

FPI BULLETIN
FPI's David Adesnik examines the implications of the FY17 budget request for the future of U.S. forces in Europe

White, Yes

FPI BULLETIN
FPI Senior Fellow Ellen Bork responds to Chechen President Kadyrov's threats against Russian dissidents.

White, Yes

FPI BULLETIN
FPI Senior Policy Analyst Tzvi Kahn analyzes the implications of the Syrian peace talks.

White, Yes

Overnight Brief

February 12, 2016

FPI’s Tzvi Kahn: House Testimony on the Future of Iranian Terrorism 

Cease-fire Declared in Syria

James Jeffrey: Washington’s Self-Deterrence Problem in Syria

Carter Tries to Galvanize Allies to Accelerate ISIS Fight

US to Deploy More Troops to Afghanistan as Airstrikes Target ISIS

Lake: U.S. Sends Europe a Mixed Message on Iran Sanctions  

Krasner and Zegart: A Guide for the Next President

National Review: Nuclear Missile Threats from North Korea and Iran

Islamist militants Attack a U.N. Peacekeepers' Base in Mali

FPI's Mark Moyar: The End of the Third World

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