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When it Comes to Foreign Policy, Is Jeb Bush His Brother’s Keeper?

Jeb Bush wants to get into the GOP presidential race. But on foreign policy matters, he'll have to escape his brother's long shadow.

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All John Kerry Wants for Christmas Is an Israel Without Bibi

But if the United States plays politics in Israel’s spring election, it’s possible no one will get what they want next year.

Argument

China’s First Great Tiger Hunt

What Chairman Mao's takedown of the "King of the Northeast" tells us about Xi Jinping's purges.

Dispatch

Praying Politics in Modi’s India

The nationalist BJP government has promised to rebuild the temple of Ram, a fiery point of contention for Hindus and Muslims. But it's not doing so ... for a surprising reason.

Tea Leaf Nation

Did Hong Kong’s Protests Do ‘Permanent’ Damage?

6 charts that show how well the city weathered Occupy Central.

Best Defense

Some thoughts on the problem of politicians in the National Guard

By Lindsay P. Cohn Warrior, Ph.D., and Jessica D. Blankshain, Ph.D. Best Defense guest columnists In a year of divisive midterm elections with the Senate ...

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Exclusive: Obama’s Point Man for Closing Guantanamo to Step Down

Exclusive: Obama’s Point Man for Closing Guantanamo to Step Down

Festival of Drones

Festival of Drones

Congress Gives Pakistan 300 Million New Reasons to Fight Terror

Congress Gives Pakistan 300 Million New Reasons to Fight Terror

A Hollywood Frenemy Wants to Help Sony Release ‘The Interview’

A Hollywood Frenemy Wants to Help Sony Release ‘The Interview’

Kim Jong Un Could Use a Handshake, Too

Kim Jong Un Could Use a Handshake, Too

Now the Hard Work Begins

Now the Hard Work Begins

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