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  • United States v. Jeffrey Epstein

    The financier, long accused of sexually assaulting underage girls, has been shielded from federal charges for decades. Now, in the #MeToo era, a new indictment has revived the case.
  • Could the United States and China be Rivalry Partners?

    Graham Allison Security, Asia In the long sweep of history, when a rising power threatens to displace a ruling power, alarm bells should sound: extreme danger ahead. The strategic rationale for the relationship between the United States and China has collapsed. After a quarter century in which American presidents sought to integrate a rapidly developing China into the American-led international order, the United States has concluded that what it thought was a “strategic partner” is in fact a...

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  • We can't allow ourselves to forget Russia's attacks on our election

    Last week former President Jimmy Carter made the bold statement that Donald John Trump was not legitimately elected into office. USA Today’s Susan Page reports that Carter said on Friday during a Carter Center conference on human rights that a thorough investigation “would show that Trump didn’t actually win the election in 2016” and that “he was put into office because the Russians interfered.” Page then asked Carter if that meant he believed Trump was an illegitimate president. “Based on...