FPI BULLETIN
FPI Policy Fellow Evan Moore on reports that Trump omitted endorsing Article V at the NATO summit

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FPI ANALYSIS
Thomas Karako of CSIS examines the next steps for America's missile defense architecture in the Asia-Pacific

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FOREIGN POLICY 2017
FPI has released Foreign Policy 2017, the new edition of our foreign policy briefing book.

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FPI BULLETIN
FPI's Evan Moore examines how Trump should respond to North Korea's latest missile launch

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Overnight Brief

June 22, 2017

FPI’s Edelman, Brands: America and the geopolitics of upheaval

US pressed to pursue deal to freeze N. Korean missile tests

WSJ editorial on next steps on North Korea

US on collision course with Syria and Iran after Raqqa’s fall

White House tries to get GOP to water down Russia sanctions

WSJ editorial, House, Abrams + Pletka on Saudi royal succession

Cuts caused “critical shortfalls” for US troops in Afghanistan

Lake: How Trump’s Afghan policy differs from Obama’s

Experts urge Congress and Trump to arm Ukraine

Obama admin knew of Russian election hacking, delayed telling

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