Monkey Cage: This is why Trump’s loose tongue has compromised U.S. security

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This is why Trump’s loose tongue has compromised U.S. security
This information was not America’s to share.
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Can Trump count on Manila to put pressure on North Korea? 3 points to know.
There’s a reason Trump invited Duterte to the White House.
 
Why Jordan and Morocco are doubling down on royal rule
These monarchies are dropping the facade of democracy.
 
Jeff Sessions’s war on drugs will be less consequential than many believe. Here’s why.
The attorney general can change federal policy, but it is not at all clear that local prosecutors will care.
 
These 2 charts show why more Republicans don’t object to how Trump fired Comey
It’s the basic congressional mantra: Know your voters.
 
Here’s how Trump-Pence policy is already affecting LGBT lives in Chechnya
Nations knew the Obama administration would object — forcefully — to antigay persecution.
 
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