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The White House Transcript Is Missing the Most Explosive Part of the Trump–Putin Press Conference

It’s not clear whether the omission was intended, but the meaning of a key exchange is dramatically altered as a result.

Is the North Korea Summit Back On?

If Trump salvages a summit that looked dead only a week ago, it will be because he has overturned the traditional diplomatic process with North Korea.

Is the North Korea Summit Back On?

If Trump salvages a summit that looked dead only a week ago, it will be because he has overturned the traditional diplomatic process with North Korea.

Donald Trump’s Letter to Kim Jong Un

The president sent a terse note to North Korea’s leader, citing “the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement.”

Donald Trump’s Letter to Kim Jong Un

The president sent a terse note to North Korea’s leader, citing “the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement.”

North Korea’s Dangerous Game of Telephone With the United States

Kim Jong Un “has been playing a high-risk, high-return game. And he has never lost a bet thus far.”

North Korea’s Dangerous Game of Telephone With the United States

Kim Jong Un “has been playing a high-risk, high-return game. And he has never lost a bet thus far.”

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McMaster Is Out, an Even Bigger North Korea Hawk Is In

Trump is replacing his national-security adviser with John Bolton, a persistent advocate of military intervention.

The Return of the Iraq War Argument

The North Korea debate shows the enduring attraction of "preventive war."

Senator Explains His Warning About ‘Biblical’ Conflict With North Korea

The Idaho Republican also says there's no "bloody nose" strategy: "What a dumb thing to do."

Senator: The U.S. Military is Preparing for a War with North Korea That It Hopes Never to Fight

Most Americans are not aware of "just how close we are to war on the Korean peninsula," says Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill.

Trump’s Red Line on North Korea Gets Fuzzier

Mike Pompeo adds a few caveats to America's strategy.

Donald Trump: Unlikely Defender of U.S. Allies

The candidate who said Japan and South Korea made "billions screwing us" is now a president vowing to stand by them.

Trump’s North Korea Policy Earns Praise—From a Former North Korean Diplomat

“The unpredictability has worked to some extent,” says one of the country’s highest-profile defectors.

Senator to Donald Trump: Americans Deserve to Know the Costs of a North Korea Conflict

In a letter to the president, Tammy Duckworth cites the lack of debate before she was deployed to Iraq—and insists that it not happen again.

Washington Resumes Talking About Nuclear War

As the North Korean crisis escalates, the unthinkable has suddenly become discussable.

What’s the Logic Behind Trump’s Threat to North Korea?

The president has vowed the greatest display of military power in living memory—over threats.

‘Our Readiness for a Terrorist Attack Is Dangerously Low’

“I’ve never seen anything quite like” Trump’s approach to national security, says a former counterterrorism adviser to three presidents.

Trump’s Attack on the Legitimacy of Critiquing Military Operations

The president took to Twitter to argue that publicly discussing the success or failure of a mission “only emboldens the enemy.”

The Key to Putin’s Cyber Power

The Russian president has both the capability and the intent to cause harm, says a former U.S. ambassador to Russia. And the threat won’t vanish once Donald Trump takes office.

How Trump’s Government Could Change America’s Approach to Terrorism

The president-elect may oversee a coming "War on radical Islam."

How Geography Explains Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Because of its location, America can choose whether it wants to be a gatekeeper or a global policeman.

Fighting Terrorism With a Credit Card

Interest payments on America’s war debt could one day exceed the direct costs of combat itself.

What If the Terrorists Are Already Here?

How to talk about terrorism today—and how to stop talking about it

The Symbolism of the New U.S. Medal for Fighting ISIS

A very close look at the military’s award for service in Syria and Iraq.

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