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The Dangerous Simplicity of Brett Kavanaugh

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Make no mistake: Brett Kavanaugh is not Neil Gorsuch 2.0. On key constitutional matters, the two couldn’t be any more different.

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Bolton Gets Real on North Korea

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US National Security Advisor John Bolton finally said what no one is willing to admit: North Korea just isn’t taking any necessary steps toward denuclearization.

The 2018 Bucharest Conference on Terrorism and the Middle East

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This year’s Bucharest Conference on Terrorism and the Middle East explored regional security issues from the perspectives of experts from Iran, Syria, and Russia.

Is Kenya Falling into the China Debt Trap?

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A spike in bilateral and commercial lending have some worried that Kenya may go the route of Sri Lanka and cede a geopolitical asset to China over unpayable debts.

China’s Empire of Debt

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Chinese investment has rejuvenated some developing countries and left others locked in a spiral of unsustainable debt.

Central Asia and Afghanistan: Helping Your Neighbor

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Exploring the role of Central Asian governments in stabilizing Afghanistan.

Student Demonstrations in Dhaka

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What started as a protest over road safety could transform into something else entirely in Bangladesh.

Cry Havoc! Why the West Needs to Let Slip the Dogs of War in Africa

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Could mercenaries help to unwind the growing nexus of terrorism and criminality in Africa?

Mending the Marriage: The Importance of Stabilizing US-China Relations

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The US-China bilateral relationship is too big to fail.

Has the Islamic State Threat Bypassed India?

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India’s security and intelligence communities have remained one step ahead of Islamic State so far. But has the threat actually passed?

China’s Evolving Arctic Policy: Two Geopolitical Threats

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With an expanding icebreaker fleet, land purchases around the GIUK gap, and perhaps even a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in the near future, China is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Arctic.

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