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February 6, 2017

We can’t let Trump go down Putin’s path

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Russia’s experience shows why Americans must act now to safeguard democratic institutions.

January 17, 2017

Dear Trump: Defending democracy is no vice

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So far the president-elect has had little to say on the subject of democracy. He should use his inaugural address to clarify his stance.

January 13, 2017

My big question about Russian interference in the 2016 election

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Why didn't Russian interference in domestic American affairs backfire on Russia? by Daniel W. Drezner.

December 19, 2016

America needs to play both the short and long game in cybersecurity

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The incoming Trump administration must articulate a new doctrine for response.

December 10, 2016

Let’s get the facts right on foreign involvement in our elections

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America needs a bipartisan investigation into the extent of foreign involvement in the 2016 elections.

November 17, 2016

Our allies are afraid. Here’s how Trump can reassure them.

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His wild-card approach to foreign policy won’t sit well with European and Asian partners.

October 31, 2016

Trump is right: The United States needs electoral reform

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The Republican presidential candidate is right to note deficiencies in the American electoral process, he’s just talking about the wrong ones.

September 23, 2016

Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan could not be more different on foreign policy

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Reagan saw America as a powerful beacon of democracy and hope; Trump’s policies would weaken and isolate the nation.

August 17, 2016

Why Putin wants a Trump victory (so much he might even be trying to help him)

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The GOP nominee champions many foreign policies that the Russian president supports.

July 25, 2016

Mr. Trump, NATO is an alliance, not a protection racket

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Viewing international relations transactionally, rather than strategically, threatens our long-term objectives.

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