Harry J. Kazianis is a senior director at the Center for the National Interest, a Washington, D.C.-based national security think tank founded by President Richard Nixon. He also serves as executive editor of its publishing arm, The National Interest. In the past, Harry served as a foreign policy adviser to the 2016 presidential campaign of Sen. Ted Cruz and as editor-and-chief of The Diplomat. Follow him on Twitter @Grecianformula. … [Read more...] about Harry Kazianis: Kim Jong Un is alive — Here’s what Trump needs to do right now
Washing hands, maintaining social distance and wearing masks are essential for limiting the spread of Covid-19, and they're likely to diminish the spread of seasonal colds, as well. Doctors have seen far fewer colds and illnesses than usual among children who adhered to strict safety measures since last spring, Tothy said. … [Read more...] about So your kid has a Covid-19 symptom. What do you do now?
On Saturday, Vladeck again weighed in, tweeting: "One of the enduring phenomena of the Trump era is going to be the list of statutes that give far too much power to the President, but that many didn't used to worry about—assuming there'd be political safeguards. Today's entrant: The International Emergency Economic Powers Act." … [Read more...] about Trump claims he has ‘absolute right’ to order US companies out of China under 1977 law
Every year, Android tweaks and improves the way it handles notifications. Apple (AAPL), by contrast, has never been great at this. In iOS 12, Apple finally let people group notifications together -- a long-awaited feature that puts all of an app's notifications in one pile. But they're still all in chronological order. And without a notification bar, you can't get a quick overview of why your iPhone is bugging you. Instead, you have to look around to see which app has a dot on it -- or swipe in from the top corner to view all your notifications. … [Read more...] about What Android gets right that the iPhone gets so wrong
The Institute for the Study of War highlights Lukashenko's recent proposal to amend the Belarus constitution, which was welcomed in Moscow, saying it "presents opportunities for the Kremlin to secure provisions granting Russia additional strategic basing rights in Belarus." … [Read more...] about The West can gnash its teeth over Belarus. But there’s little it can do to change things