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Geopolitics Studies

Float, Move, and Fight: How the U.S. Navy lost the shipbuilding race

The 21st century has not been kind to the U.S. Navy’s vast surface fleet.

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Political studies

Facebook and Big Tech Are Facing Their ‘Big Tobacco’ Moment

In 1996, the popular and well-respected U.S. television news program “60 Minutes” aired a whistleblower’s devastating account of corporate malfeasance…

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Economic studies

Biden’s Vague Muddle of a Trade Policy for China

What should the Biden administration be doing about the U.S. trade and economic relationship with China?

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American Studies

Why Conservatives Turned on the U.S. Military

Conservative American pundits and politicians have found a surprising new punching bag: the “woke” U.S. military. “Anti-American indoctrination [is] seeping…

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Asian studies

The U.S.-India Relationship Is the Quad’s Litmus Test

By Harsh V. Pant, the director of research at the Observer Research Foundation, and Chirayu Thakkar, a joint doctoral candidate at the…

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Asian studies

Get the Generals Out of Pakistan-U.S. Relations

On Sept. 27, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan penned an op-ed in the Washington Post asking the United States to stop scapegoating…

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American Studies

The Age of America First

Donald Trump was supposed to be an aberration—a U.S. president whose foreign policy marked a sharp but temporary break from…

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Asian studies

Afghanistan Can Be an Opening for U.S. Diplomacy With Russia

On Feb. 15, 1989, Col. Gen. Boris Gromov became the last Soviet commander to leave Afghanistan, crossing the Friendship Bridge into…

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Diplomatic Studies

The Trust Factor of Oman’s Diplomacy in the US-Iranian Conflict

To understand Oman’s role in regional negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution is to appreciate its foreign policy.

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