Steve Clemons

New America Foundation / The Atlantic

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Steve Clemons is a senior fellow in the international security program at the New America Foundation and Washington editor-at-large at the Atlantic.

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North Korea's latest missile firing gives 20 leaders of the most powerful nations on Earth still more to talk about as they meet this week in Germany.

'America First'…and the rest of the world

North Korea's latest missile firing gives 20 leaders of the most powerful nations on Earth still more to talk about as they meet this week in Germany.

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In deference to President Trump, NATO leaders agreed not to focus on Russia during this week's summit.

Trump declines to endorse NATO's Article 5

In deference to President Trump, NATO leaders agreed not to focus on Russia during this week's summit.

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Trump gets intelligence briefings, and Republicans get Obamacare cold feet.

Intelligence briefings & reforming Obamacare

Trump gets intelligence briefings, and Republicans get Obamacare cold feet.

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