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Rep. J. Randy Forbes (R-VA) sits down with former Sen. Jim Talent (R-MO) to discuss the security challenge China’s military modernization and expansion pose to the United States and its allies.

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Two expert panels will discuss the religious basis of Islamist terrorism and how or whether it should factor into a comprehensive US strategy to defeat extremists.

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The use of American power is a moral undertaking; America’s security, liberty, and prosperity depend upon its will to lead and its ability to fight.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi often says the government has no business being in business. It has even less business being in the bedroom.

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Middle East studies programs have diverged greatly from reality and have become an exercise in radical political self-affirmation.

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US Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif at a hotel in Vienna, Austria June 30, 2015.  REUTERS/State Department

Iranian leaders are expressing ever greater concerns about the perceived threats from ISIS and Saudi Arabia. How Tehran may respond, including deploying ground forces in Iraq, should give everyone pause.

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What does it say about our relationship with Saudi Arabia that the Saudi ambassador felt free to meet with a wanted terrorist with American blood on his hands, and forward a request for medical treatment back to Riyadh?

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A discussion over the possible consequences and dangers of a new U.S. deal with Cuba to reestablish diplomatic ties.

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Fellow Roger Noriega discusses the current situation in Cuba as well as the United States plan to reopen their embassy in Cuba, which has been closed since 1961.

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US Senator Bob Corker walks inside the US Capitol in Washington, in this picture taken on April 15, 2015. REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan

Senator Corker’s visit to Venezuela could send a positive signal that the US Congress will defend democracy, freedom of expression, and economic liberty, rather than seek to normalize ties with a criminal regime that is abusing the Venezuelan people.

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Discussion on Secretary of State John Kerry in Vienna negotiating with Iran on nuclear sanctions.

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U.S. President Barack Obama and Brazil President Dilma Rousseff tour the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial with a National Park Ranger in Washington June 29, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

President Obama welcomes his Brazilian counterpart Dilma Rousseff to Washington in the wake of bad news back home, wrought by statist policies that have smothered the country’s potential.

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