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Preventing NATO’s air power capability from atrophying should be a strategic matter of the first order for America’s NATO allies.

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The US, Japan, and India are slowly forming a balancing coalition against China’s territorial ambitions in the South China Sea.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership, like all trade agreements, grapples with both US security strategy and broader economic goals. This paper examines the challenges facing this partnership with Asia – and what’s at stake if it fails.

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A lot is unknown, but it was inevitable that a terrorist group, as ruthless as ISIS, would use chemical weapons. The threat is there and it is real.

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Systematic Chinese cyber espionage has resulted in significant damage to U.S. national security.

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It is unclear whether America’s aging air assets, particularly those in the U.S. Air Force, are up for another mission with no clear end state in sight.

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Acquisition reform is necessary to maintain the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) current technological and military supremacy over potential rivals in the coming decades .

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One after another, GOP presidential hopefuls are emphasizing a strong national defense.

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Germany’s military is falling into disrepair, but odds are its government won’t do anything about it.

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