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Large-scale cyberattacks are happening so often that it’s nearly impossible to keep track of the onslaught.
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U.S. foreign policy from the 19th century should provide guidance on dealing with China's move into Latin America.
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Winston Churchill's claim that U.S. and Britain would share a 'special relationship' proved prescient, as the two countries have promoted each others' interests for 70 years.
Many countries have increased their military power in response to China’s build-up; the United States isn’t one of them.
The Strait of Hormuz is a vital international waterway; Iran's closure of it could wreak havoc on the global economy.
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Russia’s re-emergence on the global stage should force Washington to develop realistic foreign policy on its former Cold War enemy.
If Congress fails to reach a deficit-reduction deal by year's end, the results could be back-breaking.
As Iran's nuclear capabilities grow, other countries are growing weary of Tehran's volatility and the increasing threats it poses.
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The Cuban Missile Crisis has lessons to teach about foreign policy, even 50 years after the incident.
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Instability and weak governments have led to the ‘Talibanization’ of African nations.