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Robust defenses are needed to protect the U.S. homeland, American allies, and our deployed forces.
The United States has an opportunity to show the world that America is a steadfast supporter of its friends.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Ikea says it plans to open 25 new outlets this year, recruiting 75,000 workers as its global market share in 2012 increased with annual net profit growing 8 percent to €3.2 billion ($4.3 billion) in 2012.
Foreign policy will continue to be less important than domestic policy, and the United States will continue to shift away from Europe.
The United States can both value being a strong military power and allow other countries in the Far East to assert a greater leadership role.
If Washington treats Asia similarly on missile defense as it did Eastern Europe, allies there should be wary of cooperation.
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Robert Zoellick warns Washington that Asian powers are ready to take the lead if Congress fails on debt.