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FPI Board Member Eric Edelman and Robert Joseph examine the facts behind Trump's tweets on nuclear weapons

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IN THE NEWS
FPI Fellow James Kirchick examines the loss of American international credibility under the Obama administration.

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FPI CONFERENCE CALL
Audio and key quotations from our conference call on the future of Syria after the fall of Aleppo

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FPI BULLETIN
FPI's Tzvi Kahn examines the significance of the Iran Sanctions Act.

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Overnight Brief

January 13, 2017

US allies slam brakes on Obama’s parting blow at Putin

FPI’s Kristol and Donnelly on the new geopolitical era

David Feith: North Korea advances, South Korea drifts

David Satter: The “Trump Report” is a Russian provocation

Obama ends exemption for Cubans who arrive without visas

US military officials worry Trump could halt major NATO deployment

Sohrab Ahmari: NATO, Russia, and the new Yalta line

Obama administration to lift some sanctions against Sudan

Mattis and Pompeo take hard lines on Russia in confirmation hearings

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For decades, anti-communism united conservatives behind the Republican Party. An otherwise disparate collection of national security hawks, free-market enthusiasts and social traditionalists rallied to the GOP, resolutely committed to checking Soviet influence around the world.

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James Kirchick | December 22, 2016

Monday's devastating terrorist attack at a Berlin Christmas Market was bleakly inevitable.

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