The U.S. has yet to decide whether to try to preserve the international order that it created.
On April 24, the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) filed the Nuclear Zero Lawsuits in the International Court of Justice against all nine nuclear-armed nations.
The leader who sent these men and women to war was showing the compassion and commitment needed to help them return to society and resume a meaningful life.
It ought to go without saying that, as Lorraine Schneider’s legendary 1966 peace poster put it, “War is Not Healthy for Children and Other Living Things.”
With the House Armed Services Committee National Defense Authorization Act mark-up done, the majority of press coverage has focused on cuts to weapons programs and questions about Base Realignment and Closure. Missing from the discussion...
The Brotherhood neither represents, nor speaks for the vast majority of Moslems in Egypt or around the globe.
Not surprisingly, men already dedicated to violence generally settle their differences violently or via betrayals to the authorities, even if at great cost to their stated causes.
The National Guard should be tapped to fill a domestic cybersecurity gap.
The current and last administration both agreed that the U.S. needed additional homeland defense against long-range missiles.
Congressional willingness to allow the U.S. carrier force to slip—even for two years—below the legal minimum of 11 carriers is daunting evidence that support for carriers as the U.S.’s chief instrument of power projection is yawing.