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President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping arrive at a state dinner at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, November 9, 2017.

China-bashing won’t solve the US’s problems with China

Opinion: Attacks on China by both political parties risk unnecessarily turning China into an enemy, which will ultimately harm our own interests.
An F-15C Eagle assigned to the 493rd Fighter Squadron conducts pre-flight checks in support of exercise Point Blank 20-02 at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, May 12, 2020.

US and British fighter pilots teamed up for their first ‘Point Blank’ exercise amid coronavirus

More than 45 aircraft from the Royal Air Force and US Air Force participated in exercise Point Blank 20-02 over the North Sea on May 12, 2020

How a misfit Florida personal injury law firm ended up advising the Trump White House on China policy

The Berman Law Group has reportedly been consulting with senior Trump advisers in recent weeks on what they see as the best way to punish China.

What the ‘reopen’ protesters are really saying

The "anti-lockdown" protests have powerful and secretive backers, but there are real Americans on the streets expressing their opinions.
Guided-missile destroyer USS Kidd arrives in San Diego as part of the Navy’s aggressive response to the COVID-19 outbreak on board the ship, April 28, 2020.

How the Navy plans to treat sailors and disinfect the ship after a 2nd coronavirus outbreak at sea

USS Kidd was participating in counter-narcotics operations when several sailors began exhibiting influenza-like illness symptoms.

Now is the time for an economic stimulus in artificial intelligence — or the US could fall behind

Opinion: Increasing research into AI will help the US economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic and better position it for the future.

Why German women voted for Hitler, in their own words

More than 30 essays written in 1934 shed light on why German women voted for a movement that mostly focused on its male party members.
An F/A-18F Super Hornet launches from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, March 18, 2020.

In the response to the coronavirus, allies and rivals are both seeing the limits of American power

The strain of dealing with the coronavirus is a message about what the US can and can't do, writes Defense Priorities fellow John Dale Grover.

America is drinking its way through the coronavirus crisis, and that means more health problems in the future

Moments of economic and psychological stress have negative effects on the way people consume alcohol and on their health in the long-term.
Fire Controlman 3rd Class Caleb Gallaher, assigned to USS Gerald R. Ford's combat systems department, prepares to unload a rolling airframe after completing sea based developmental testing (SBDT) of the integrated combat system, April 2, 2020.

The Navy’s new aircraft carrier just put its combat systems to the test

The tests were designed to stress the ship's combat systems and demonstrate the successful integration of new technologies.