The Obama administration overachieved in organizing the summit, and invited participants from too many different stakeholder groups to the table.
The U.S. must intensify anti-ISIS airstrikes, while emphasizing strategic targets and magnifying the airstrikes’ destructive impact.
The U.S. military has thousands of drones in its inventory.
In just under 100 days, the future of major U.S. surveillance programs will be decided.
ISIS likely would have been ignored but for the fact that it started taking territory.
The draft AUMF satisfies no one.
President Obama’s proposed budget does little to escape this framework, and would end the sequester with a dollar for dollar infusion of funding to defense and non-defense.
Not all discretionary spending is of equal value.
First, the Department of Defense should scale back the overpriced, underperforming F-35 combat aircraft.
Women in the military have simply never been provided full opportunity.