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CIA Director Mike Pompeo reflects on one year at the CIA, the agency’s vision forward, and the most pressing threats facing the nation in 2018.

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Just as NATO cannot be effective in the absence of American will and capabilities, the EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy will struggle if the German military lags as well.

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To be relevant beyond a few news cycles, the Pentagon’s new defense strategy must consider some hard truths.

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Slicing and dicing America’s tech giants into separate pieces is the hot idea on the left (and increasingly on the right) to make America more innovative, more equal, and more democratic.

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As the opioid epidemic continues, both the private sector and many government bodies have implemented restrictions regarding opioid prescribing. Yet many chronic pain patients, who are stable and arguably benefiting from long-term opioids, are now facing draconian and often rapid dose reductions.

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To truly address the current imbalance in the air over the Strait and skies of Taiwan requires a quantum leap in Washington’s thinking about what to make available to Taiwan.

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Delaying the Cadillac tax again would set back the cause of market-driven health care rather than advance it.

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Members of the working class are not solely the victims of economic change and inadequate public policy. They have agency, and they themselves bear some responsibility for the frustration and anger they feel. Yet much of our public conversation implicitly denies this basic fact.

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tribal patent immunity

The Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB) ended 2017 with a bang, issuing a decision that may imperil the controversial strategy by some patent holders to shield their assets from collateral attack by assigning them to Native American tribes.

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Even with the House voting to keep the government funded for four more weeks, the possibility of a shutdown still looms. Experts discuss the chances of a government shutdown occurring, as well as the implications it could have on the United States.

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The trade-offs associated with banning genetically modified technologies involve lower worldwide food output, higher unit production costs, higher food prices, increased input usage, and especially for the world’s poorest citizens, more food insecurity, hunger, and malnutrition.

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