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Outside Publications

THE BATTLE FOR BAIKAL


Kevin J. McNamara

A chapter of Kevin McNamara’s book, Dreams of a Great Small Nation: The Mutinous Army that Threatened a Revolution, Destroyed an Empire, Founded a Republic, and Remade the Map ...

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American Greatness

What Would a Fair Transgender Policy in the Military Look Like?


Mackubin Thomas Owens

American Greatness President Trump’s announcement via Twitter last week that he would discontinue administrative directives ordering the armed forces to accommodate transgender men and women in the military has met with ...

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Political Violence at a Glance

Americans Knew About Russia’s Election Meddling – Here’s What That Might Mean for Future US Elections


Sarah Bush

Political Violence at a Glance An ongoing FBI investigation is currently trying to determine the nature and extent of Russia’s intervention into the 2016 US election, including whether it involved collusion ...

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The Moshe Dayan Center

Haram al-Sharif: Israel’s Alignment with the Sunni Arab States in Practice


Brandon Friedman

The Moshe Dayan Center In recent years, it has become part of conventional wisdom in Israel that there are unprecedented opportunities for regional security cooperation between Israel and the ...

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The National Interest

Lawmakers Need a Russia Sanctions Strategy with an Exit Plan


Nikolas K. Gvosdev

The National Interest The Russia-sanctions train appears to be accelerating out of the congressional station, which makes it highly unlikely that both chambers of the Legislative Branch will want to revisit ...

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Ethics and International Affairs

“Homo Economicus” and the Sanctions Tax


Nikolas K. Gvosdev

Ethics and International Affairs One of my colleagues, David Houghton, has developed several “types” of leaders based on different characteristics, one of which is “homo economicus” (literally, the “economic person”)–in other words, a ...

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Foreign Policy

John McCain Is a National Treasure


The Hon. Dov S. Zakheim

Foreign Policy I first got to know John McCain when I was a fresh-faced analyst at the recently established Congressional Budget Office and he was a captain in the Navy’s ...

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The Hill

Arabs and Africans Still See Hope in President Trump


Ahmed Charai

The Hill Shuttling between my home in North Africa, business partners south of the Sahara, and friends in the United States, I’m struck by the disparity in perception of ...

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Foreign Policy

Why Isn’t Russia Worried About Kim Jong Un’s Nukes?


Chris Miller

Foreign Policy July 4 was a bad day for Washington’s North Korea policy and not just because of Pyongyang’s successful launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile. There was also ...

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Defense Acquisition Research Journal

The Impact of a Big Data Decision Support Tool on Military Logistics: Medical Analytics Meets the Mission


Felix K. Chang

Defense Acquisition Research Journal Using big data and predictive analytics, more segments of the U.S. military will be able to create decision support tools that help them not only ...

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