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Germany’s Arms Sales On The Rise

Germany’s Arms Sales On The Rise

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This Is No Spontaneous Uprising

This Is No Spontaneous Uprising

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Presidential Candidate Romney: AWOL on Afghanistan War

Presidential Candidate Romney: AWOL on Afghanistan War

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The Olympics and Great Power Competition

The Olympics and Great Power Competition

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Middle East Realignment: Great Decision’s Takeaways

Middle East Realignment: Great Decision’s Takeaways

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US-India: Take a Breath

US-India: Take a Breath

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Afghanistan War Support and the Commander in Chief

Afghanistan War Support and the Commander in Chief

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American Dynamism Vs. Chinese Statism

American Dynamism Vs. Chinese Statism

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Robert Kagan: The World America Made Video

Robert Kagan: The World America Made Video

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American and Chinese Defense Budgets: Big Spending and Slight Cutting Can Make a Big Difference

American and Chinese Defense Budgets: Big Spending and Slight Cutting Can Make a Big Difference

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US Cold War Satellites: Keep the Peace?

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China’s Princelings and the CCP

China’s Princelings and the CCP

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Persian Gulf’s Big and Lil’

Persian Gulf’s Big and Lil’

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Iran: Forgotten No More

Iran: Forgotten No More

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Adm. Mike Mullen Speaks Out On Pakistan’s ISI’s Duplicity

Adm. Mike Mullen Speaks Out On Pakistan’s ISI’s Duplicity

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About the Author

Patrick Frost
Patrick Frost

Patrick Frost recently graduated from New York University's Masters Program in Political Science - International Relations. His MA thesis analyzed the capabilities and objectives of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Central Asia and beyond and explored how these affected U.S. interests and policy.

Areas of Focus:
Eurasia, American Foreign Policy, Ideology, SCO

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