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If India wants to achieve its geopolitical ambitions, it needs the economic power to match.

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This week on Banter, Nick Eberstadt joined the show to explain the ongoing nuclear standoff with North Korea and possible strategies to mitigate the nuclear threat.

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By refusing to address the anxieties of his critics, Prime Minister Modi is complicit in fanning them.

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Can anything really be worse than a status quo that leaves a dangerous man in place with dangerous weapons, overseeing the world’s most abusive government?

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President Trump is taking an important first step towards improving US trade policy by initiating a Section 301 investigation into intellectual property (IP) theft and technology transfer by China. However, the problem is far bigger than China and much broader than IP theft.

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Instead of the rapid progress he promised, Prime Minister Modi appears to be leading his nation toward an illiberal future.

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Rapidly developing technologies can offer options beyond the tragic choice of appeasement or conventional attacks in dealing with the North Korean nuclear threat.

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On the surface, China’s North Korea policy seems relatively consistent. However, if one looks a bit deeper, China’s North Korea strategy is evolving in subtle and significant ways.

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If President Trump were serious about “draining the swamp” in Washington, he should not have invited Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak to the White House.

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Tomorrow marks the 16th anniversary of al-Qaida’s 9/11 attacks. We learned much that tragic day, at enormous human and material cost. Perilously, however, America has already forgotten many of Sept. 11’s lessons.

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