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Jeff Gedmin writes that about the convergence between the U.S. presidential campaign and Ukraine.

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Sally Painter writes on the danger that "NATO's leaders seem to have forgotten its strength, and an unfortunate timidity has set in" in the face of a "resurgent Russia."

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Sally Painter writes on the importance of the United States' and other countries’ leaders to "take a personal stake in Ukraine’s future...to help Ukraine stay on track."

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Blue Star's Sally Painter warns that while the world focuses on Syria, we must not leave Ukraine vulnerable to Russian aggression.

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Jeff Gedmin presages about what may happen "if we defeat ISIS—only to find that the EU and NATO have fallen apart?"

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Sally Painter argues that NATO's failure to enlarge harms the organization and emboldens President Putin.

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Jeff Gedmin writes that while "stabilizing Syria will require help from friends and allies, Moscow is neither."

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Jeff Gedmin writes that "commercial outlets can't replace government-supported media."

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Jeff Gedmin writes that of the many things a new American president will need to do in 2017, one is to begin repairing America’s relations with our key allies. Starting with the United Kingdom.

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Making the World Safe for American Nationalism -- and Vice Versa 

One's a surgeon, one's an ex-CEO, the other, a real estate mogul and reality television star. All three have one thing in common, says conventional wisdom. The leading Republican Presidential candidates come from outside politics, and reflect a volatile mood and serious gap between American voters and political elites. But Donald Trump, Ben Carson, and Carly Fiorina -- even if the ex-Hewlett Packard boss's campaign has been faltering of late -- represent something else, too. They reflect a rising American nationalism. Even if the presidential prospects for these three recede, the zeitgeist will endure. Our European allies be forewarned.