FOREIGN POLICY 2017
FPI has released Foreign Policy 2017, the new edition of our foreign policy briefing book.

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FPI BULLETIN
FPI's Evan Moore examines how Trump should respond to North Korea's latest missile launch

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FPI BULLETIN
FPI's David Adesnik empasizes the importance of presidential leadership in rebuilding Americas's military strength

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IN THE NEWS
FPI Board Member Eric Edelman examines Erdogan's campaign to undermine democracy in Turkey.

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Overnight Brief

May 26, 2017

Please note that the FPI Overnight Brief will not be published Monday

SFRC passes stiff Iran sanctions, Trump likely to keep Russia sanctions

Thomas Joscelyn: What it will take to make America safe again

David Ignatius: How to prepare for the “day after” ISIS

Tom Donnelly: Trump’s defense budget is indefensible

Trump vague about mutual defense pledge in NATO speech

Kori Schake: NATO without America?

FPI’s Edelman, Hal Brands: Why is the world so unsettled?

FPI’s Edelman, Tahiroglu: Time for NATO to call Turkey’s bluff

Jared Kushner now a focus in Russia investigation

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Eric Edelman | May 25, 2017

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U.S. foreign policy is likely to be wracked by crises in the coming years. Yet crises are often symptoms of deeper structural transformations, and the fundamental fact of international politics today is that the post-Cold War era has reached its end.

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