North America

U.S. National Security Relies on Powerful Civilian Tools

January 12, 2016 by Lynne Weil
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The next president should be ready to wield them effectively.

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Can Digital Privacy Be Protected By Borders?

October 20, 2015 by Miranda Bogen
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In the United States, if the FBI thinks you committed a crime, it can go to a judge for a warrant and search your house. But if your house happens to be in Ireland, would a U.S. warrant give the Feds permission to search your property? Of course not.

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Overcoming Challenges to India–U.S. Defense Cooperation

October 3, 2015 by Sylvia Mishra
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As the power balances of the 21st century shift, Indo-U.S. defense partnership will not be solely about defense commerce; instead, this vital partnership flows from geopolitical interests. To sustain the momentum of burgeoning defense ties, India and the United States should undertake proactive measures to resolve the complex policy challenges faced by both nations towards bilateral cooperation.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Its Critics

August 22, 2015 by Erik Lindell
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Domestic opposition has been robust, but U.S. participation is critical to protect American business interests in exploding markets.

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