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National Security Insiders Poll

Security Insiders: Putin Will Try to Seize More Territory Beyond Crimea

"What's to stop him? Certainly neither the U.S. nor NATO," one Insider said.

Insiders to Obama: Send Military Aid to Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin "must be checked before it's too late," one of National Journal 's Security Insiders said. 

Security Insiders: Obama Has No Leverage Over Putin

When it comes to Crimea, experts say Obama can do little to dissuade Russia's leader.

Security Insiders: Narrow the Use-of-Force Act

As the U.S. emerges from an era of war, experts say Congress must change the law that authorized it.

Security Insiders: High Time for Congress to Cave on Closing Military Bases

"But they won't," one Insider said.

Insiders: The Value of Snowden's Disclosures Was Not Worth National Security Damage

Experts' views appear to contrast with those of American public.

Security Insiders: Congress Will Refuse Pentagon's Calls for Personnel-Cost Reforms

Congress's scramble to undo the $6 billion in military pension cuts is a sign. 

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Security Insiders: Putin Will Try to Seize More Territory Beyond Crimea

"What's to stop him? Certainly neither the U.S. nor NATO," one Insider said.

Insiders to Obama: Send Military Aid to Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin "must be checked before it's too late," one of National Journal 's Security Insiders said. 

Security Insiders: Obama Has No Leverage Over Putin

When it comes to Crimea, experts say Obama can do little to dissuade Russia's leader.

Security Insiders: Narrow the Use-of-Force Act

As the U.S. emerges from an era of war, experts say Congress must change the law that authorized it.

Security Insiders: High Time for Congress to Cave on Closing Military Bases

"But they won't," one Insider said.

Insiders: The Value of Snowden's Disclosures Was Not Worth National Security Damage

Experts' views appear to contrast with those of American public.

Security Insiders: Congress Will Refuse Pentagon's Calls for Personnel-Cost Reforms

Congress's scramble to undo the $6 billion in military pension cuts is a sign. 

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