FPI Policy Fellow Evan Moore on reports that Trump omitted endorsing Article V at the NATO summit

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Thomas Karako of CSIS examines the next steps for America's missile defense architecture in the Asia-Pacific

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

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

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Overnight Brief

July 21, 2017

Reuel Marc Gerecht: On Iran, Trump is Obama 2.0

Ignatius: What the end of the CIA’s anti-Assad program means

Congress likely to tie Trump’s hands on Russia sanctions

Malinowski and McDonough on Russia’s election interference

Trump team seeks to control, block Mueller’s investigation

ISIS grows more dependent on lone wolves, simple plans

Report: ISIS’ core helps fund militants in Philippines

FPI’s Kristol, Dov Zakheim, and Schake pay tribute to McCain

WSJ editorial, Perry, and Skinner on NAFTA renegotiation


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William Kristol | July 21, 2017

On Friday, July 17, 2015, Donald Trump called me at the offices of THE WEEKLY STANDARD. He wanted to tell me that even though I’d been critical of him, and indeed though I had said I couldn’t imagine supporting him for president, he thought I’d been fairer and more open-minded about him than some other critics.

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Eric Edelman | July 14, 2017

The president-elect’s narrow victory at the end of a volatile campaign quickly led to efforts at planning a meeting of the American and Russian leaders. Relations between the two countries had deteriorated badly, not to say spectacularly, in the last year of the previous administration, amidst mutual recriminations about spying.

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Ellen Bork | July 14, 2017

Liu Xiaobo, the literary critic, philosopher, and Nobel Peace Prize recipient, died today at age 61. His death is an inestimable loss, and the circumstances cruel. Liu was serving an 11-year sentence for subversion for his role in Charter 08, a democracy manifesto and other writings critical of Chinese Communist Party rule.


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