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Both groups continue to evolve, and jihadism remains a major security concern.
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The two leaders stressed the strength of their relationship and vowed to protect each other’s interests.
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The government is doing too little to inform Americans about the threats presented by suspected terrorists it is targeting.
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As threats mount across the globe, the public’s faith in government institutions has been shaken.
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Xi’s buzzwords that mimic progressive rhetoric can’t hide the country’s totalitarian intolerance of any speech the CCP deems unacceptable.
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Understanding the “Three Warfares” concept China is already using against Taiwan—and the U.S.
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Zalmay Khalilzad is blaming Afghans for the failures that resulted from his deal with the Taliban.
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The White House had to walk back his remarks that ‘we have a commitment’ to defend Taiwan against China.
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A tale of two speeches.
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The two countries continue to bolster each other’s hand against the U.S. and its allies.
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That's one of many problems with ‘over the horizon’ counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan.
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