Dan De Luce

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Dan De Luce is chief national security reporter for Foreign Policy.

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When it comes to foreign policy, the Trump Administration is speaking with many voices.

America's new president baffles the world

When it comes to foreign policy, the Trump Administration is speaking with many voices.

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