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  • The Longest Forever War: The Korean War at 70

    June 2020 marks the 70th Anniversary of the Korean War, a conflict which claimed over 35,000 American lives and which remains unresolved to this day. The legacy of the Korean War continues to profoundly shape both politics on the Korean Peninsula and the security calculations of all players in the East Asian theatre. On June

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  • The Constitution & Social Protest

    Over the past few months, the United States has been gripped by protests focusing on issues as diverse as police violence and government-enforced social distancing measures designed to prevent coronavirus. As protesters take to the street to voice their opinions on these important issues, questions of how to weigh the interest of the government in

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  • Examining Russian Election Interference

    How serious a threat do Russian information operations pose to US stability? What can and should the US government do about it? To discuss these important questions, the Center for the National Interest assembled a cast of leading US and Russian experts for a webinar discussion hosted on Friday, June 5, 2020. The panelists for

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  • COVID-19 and the US-China-Russia Triangle

    Russia has been among China’s most vocal defenders as the United States and others have accused Beijing of unleashing the coronavirus pandemic on the world.  But will closer Chinese-Russian cooperation be an inevitable outcome of COVID-19?  Could the repercussions of the pandemic open doors for the United States to rebalance its relations with Moscow and

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  • Will the Coronavirus Change the Global Order?

    While the attention of the international community has largely been focused on the threat posed by the coronavirus, all indications are that this crisis will eventually come to an end. If this is the case, how is the United States likely to fare as it emerges from the global COVID-19 pandemic.  Will the global order

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