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FPI Policy Director David Adesnik examines the Obama administration's proposed nuclear policy changes

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FPI's Christopher J. Griffin analyzes China's strategy in the South China Sea.

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FPI's Tzvi Kahn analyzes the implications of Iran's proliferation-sensitive procurement efforts.

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FUTURE LEADERS
FPI is accepting applications for our 2016 Future Leaders Program until Friday August 5.

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Overnight Brief

July 26, 2016

US, Iraq prepare for grinding insurgency as ISIS loosens grip

WSJ, McFaul, and Pletka on the importance of NATO

White House mulls big nuclear policy changes, FPI’s Adesnik assesses

Obama approves directive on govt’s response to cyberattacks

Thornberry: New authorities in Afghanistan helping

FBI suspects Russia hacked the DNC

Russia brings its propaganda war to the US

DNC hack rattles US effort to rein Russia in on Syria

DOD: Proposed Russian deal in Syria is “not based on trust”

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