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President Obama's Asia trip may finally bring clarity surrounding his objectives for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, writes CFR's Ted Alden.
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Dangerous incidents in outer space pose an increasing threat to U.S. assets and risk escalating into militarized crises, writes CFR's Micah Zenko in a new report.
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