The next Congress will likely play an important role on any Iranian nuclear deal, advancing major trade talks, and new defense spending, says CFR's James M. Lindsay.
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The U.S. Air Force is the backbone of the anti-Ebola effort, writes CFR's Janine Davidson.
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The chances of the United States and China overcoming an impasse on cybersecurity issues are slim as leaders prepare to meet on the sidelines of next week's APEC summit, writes CFR's Adam Segal.
Around the Web: China Leadership Monitor Chinese Views on Cybersecurity
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CFR Task Force Report Defending an Open, Global, Secure, and Resilient Internet
China's leaders have made a renewed call for rule of law reforms, but it is important to stress the ruling Communist Party remains above the law, says CFR's Elizabeth C. Economy.
Foreign Affairs: Rebecca Liao The Law of Rule
Around the Web: ChinaFile How China’s Leaders Will Rule on the Law
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The post–Cold War era of American preeminence has ended, ushering in a far less orderly and peaceful epoch, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass.
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Op-Ed: Ed Husain Until We Understand ISIS, We Cannot Hope to Defeat It
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The biggest threat to U.S. security and prosperity comes not from abroad but from within, writes Haass in his provocative new book.
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