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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Atlantic Council In Washington
The Pentagon's budget reorganization could hobble the U.S.' ability to contribute to NATO, following a trend in which other major alliance members have cut their contributions in recent years.
Russian moves in Ukraine and other nations carved out of the Soviet Union are reviving memories of the Cold War power struggles for influence between Moscow and Washington.
U.S. and international forces in Southwest Afghanistan are shifting their training of Afghan troops from general combat know-how to specialized skills, a Marine general who recently led troops in the region said Wednesday.