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With the storm past, it is time to assess the damage, clean up the mess, and mull what to rebuild and how.
Jessica Mathews and Jonathan Kirshner survey the broken, battered world the Biden administration has inherited and how its players view Washington now.
Robert Kagan traces the gulf between the United States’ large geopolitical burdens and its public’s modest preferences.
And Reuben Brigety explores the deep domestic divisions that Americans have to overcome.