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FPI's Tzvi Kahn discusses the implications of Russian ties with Iran and Syria.

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IN THE NEWS
FPI Board Member Robert Kagan on what the election of Donald Trump portends for America's global leadership

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FPI's Eric Edelman and David Kramer explain what Trump's victory means for US-European unity against Russia

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FPI RESOURCES
Resources on how the United States should respond to China's growing interference in Hong Kong

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Overnight Brief

December 2, 2016

Charles Krauthammer: The triumph of the West is over

Islamic State girds to defend remote Syria outpost

Afghan security crisis sets stage for terrorists’ resurgence

Votel: More US troops in Afghanistan sent “strong message”

N. Korean nuclear program likely undeterred by sanctions

WSJ editorial: What not to do on N. Korean sanctions

Elliott Abrams on Fidel Castro’s death

FPI’s Kristol, Abrams and Rosa Maria Paya Acevedo on Cuba’s future

Thornberry: Trump will request more troops, ships, planes

Ignatius: Plans for new high-tech weapons on hold for Trump’s approval

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Tzvi Kahn | November 15, 2016

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