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Iranian deal | China’s tailored coersion | Still ‘Eating us alive’?

The weekend’s big news was the late-night negotiations that led to a six-month deal that, essentially, relaxes sanctions on Iran in exchange for a six-month moratorium on uranium enrichment. The deal drew …

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China copying drones | Afghanistan command shift | Tech vs. men

The onslaught of cyber attacks out of China isn’t new, but it seems the targets are becoming more focused.  A coordinated effort to steal design data on US drones has been in …

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Smaller Corps | Personnel overhaul | Simpler weapons

Days after Marine Commandant Jim Amos argued that his Corps should be sized at 174,000 Marines, Aaron Haubert begs to differ. The Corps could do its vital jobs with 120,000 to 150,000 …

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