Women This Week: First Female Chief of Naval Operations
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Welcome to “Women Around the World: This Week,” a series that highlights noteworthy news related to women and U.S. foreign policy. This week’s post covers July 22 to July 28 ..read more
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The global arms trade is big business and the United States accounts for more than 40 percent of the world’s weapons exports. Aside from the profit motivation, selling arms abroad can be an effective foreign policy tool, allowing the United States to exert influence over conflict and security worldwide without having to put boots on the ground. But are the risks worth the reward?
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The Cost of the U.S. Arms Trade ..read more
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All current U.S. military personnel have one thing in common: they volunteered. But falling recruitment has raised questions of national security, military readiness, and the health of U.S. society. Can the all-volunteer force handle a changing international security landscape?
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Army of Some: Recruiting Trouble for the All-Volunteer Force ..read more
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The newest branch of the U.S. military marks its third year of service. 
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Happy 3rd Birthday to the U.S. Space Force ..read more
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Welcome to “Women Around the World: This Week,” a series that highlights noteworthy news related to women and U.S. foreign policy. This week’s post covers May 13 to May 19.   
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Women This Week: Women Win Historic Number of Seats in Turkish Parliament ..read more
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Was It Worth It?
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Dan asks a question that everyone who has ever signed up for military service has likely asked: was it worth it? His answer is worth reading.  ..read more
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Happy 3rd Birthday to the U.S. Space Force!
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The newest branch of the U.S. military marks its third year of service.  ..read more
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The Cost of the U.S. Arms Trade
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The global arms trade is big business and the United States accounts for more than 40 percent of the world’s weapons exports. Aside from the profit motivation, selling arms abroad can be an effective foreign policy tool, allowing the United States to exert influence over conflict and security worldwide without having to put boots on the ground. But are the risks worth the reward? , Christa N. Almonte, William D. Hartung and Rachel Stohl ..read more
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Happy 247th Birthday to the United States Marine Corps!
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The United States Marine Corps marks 247 years of service.  ..read more
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After Seventy-Five Years, Will Japan Strengthen Its Military?
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Since it went into effect seventy-five years ago, Japan’s constitution has prevented the country from engaging in combat. But China’s growing military power and North Korea’s increasing threats raised concerns about the strength of Japan’s defenses. Some Japanese politicians have called for a revised constitution so the country can effectively confront twenty-first century challenges. Already, Japan’s defense spending is steadily rising, and the Japanese military is now allowed to work with other militaries, including the United States’. Still, some Japanese people are wary of constitutional c ..read more
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