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FPI's Evan Moore examines the situation in Syria after six years of war and what President Trump should do there

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FPI Fellow James Kirchick examines Russia's efforts to undermine European political and security systems

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FPI Board Member Eric Edelman and CSBA's Whitney McNamara outline a new U.S. defense strategy for the Mideast

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FPI Fellow James Kirchick presents a speculative account of Europe's near, dark future.

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Overnight Brief

March 22, 2017

North Korea launches missile, but test appears to fail

General urges nuclear upgrade, Trump may abandon disarmament

Tillerson to Moscow appears to be stand-in for Trump-Putin meeting

Hill Republicans say they’re growing frustrated with Mattis

Warnings of a “powder keg” in Libya as ISIS regroups

Iran steps up support for Houthis in Yemen’s war

Hannah, Ghasseminejad: Rouhani the deceiver

Fugitive spurs worries over new Brussels terror attack

US raid in Yemen led to laptop ban on flights

Mackenzie Eaglen: Rebuild our defenses for the information age

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