FPI BULLETIN
FPI's Evan Moore examines the importance of upholding human rights while reaching out to Vietnam

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FPI BULLETIN
Key quotes from a CNAS report on renewing American global leadership, cosigned by FPI's Kagan and Edelman

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EVENT
FPI and the Hudson Institute will host a conversation on the Middle East with Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) on May 26

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FOREIGN POLICY 2016
FPI has released Foreign Policy 2016, its briefing book for policymakers, lawmakers, candidates, and opinion leaders.

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Overnight Brief

May 24, 2016

US military wants more leeway to strike the Taliban

WSJ and WaPo on expanding US authority to strike Taliban

US strike on Taliban leader seen as a message to Pakistan

Obama presses Vietnam on rights, Groups lament lost leverage

WSJ, Boot, and FPI’s Moore on lifting the Vietnam arms embargo

Asian nations skeptical of US commitment despite Obama’s moves

Blair, Maeda on a US-Japan strategy, Slocombe, Colby on US-Taiwan policy

Daniel Twining: The G-7 must rescue the liberal world order

US Air Force can’t afford its fighter jets past 2021

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