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Pakistan's election commission drew a line in the sand by refusing to recognize a political party formed by a militant group and its charity wing. [Read More]
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International cooperation is the key. [Read More]
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A former Defense Department adviser offers his take. [Read More]
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AP Photo/Evan Vucci President Donald Trump has made defeating Islamic terrorism a centerpiece of his presidency, and it was a major focus of his first trip abroad. As with other elements of Trump's foreign policy, his approach to counterterrorism partnerships is still taking shape. Nevertheless, what we've seen so far is deeply troubling. The most recent misstep came on the heels of Saturday's terrorist attack in London. Instead of expressing solidarity with the United Kingdom, which is America's closest ally, Trump used the attack to promote his travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries and then picked... [Read More]
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New research suggests why this will fall short. [Read More]
This information was not America's to share. [Read More]
Trump's transactional approach to foreign policy may help get Islamabad moving in the right direction. [Read More]
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