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Western values increasingly endangered by terrorism and extremism, Trump warns Europe

July 7, 2017
John Wagner, Michael Birnbaum | The Washington Post
President Trump said the "fundamental question" of today is whether the West has the will to survive and defend its values, during a speech in Warsaw, Poland.
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Tiny Satellites From Silicon Valley May Help Track North Korea Missiles

July 7, 2017
David Sanger, William Broad | The New York Times
The Pentagon looks to use tiny satellites developed in Silicon Valley to improve America's ability to track developments in North Korea's nuclear program.
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In Poland, Trump reaffirms commitment to NATO, chides Russia

July 6, 2017
Abby Phillip, John Wagner | The Washington Post
President Trump reaffirmed the United States' commitment to a collective-security pact with European allies and criticized Russia for “destabilizing activities” during a speech here Thursday in a public square in Poland's capital.
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Trump and Putin meet next week. Guess which one has an agenda?

July 1, 2017
Yochi Dreazen | Vox
Trump’s own aides say he doesn’t have a formal agenda or plan for the meeting. That would be a problem for any president. But it could be a crippling mistake for Trump, who lacks foreign policy experience, consistency, honesty, or coherence.
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State: Iraqi refugees who aided U.S. not categorically exempt from Trump travel ban

July 1, 2017
Josh Gerstein | POLITICO
Iraqis who provided assistance to the U.S. military, military contractors and American news outlets will not be automatically exempt from the 120-day, global halt President Donald Trump has imposed on refugee admissions through his travel ban executive order.
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Trump and South Korea’s Moon Assert Unity Against North Korea

July 1, 2017
Carol Lee, William Mauldin, Eli Stokols | The Wall Street Journal
President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in vowed to coordinate on a strategy for confronting North Korea in a display of unity after their first meeting on Friday, even amid a show of tensions over bilateral trade.
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Long anticipated Trump-Putin meeting raises worries

June 30, 2017
Michael Crowley | POLITICO
Russia hawks and national security experts worry talk of friendship, unclear agenda might make Trump too eager to please.
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