An allegedly illiberal idea—and its liberal father.
Nuclear forces cost serious money. Washington should consider how, in an era of limited defense dollars, it might adjust its strategic force...
Will more U.S. obduracy and military spending always make others cower?
Do the presidents who are pushiest abroad get the most done?
Why nuclear arms control remains a tempting target for GOP presidential candidates.
Hagel's move to bypass a bureaucratic mess in seeking alternatives to the Littoral Combat Ship should be imitated more broadly.
A key Russian legislator talks about the crisis.
A deep look at the key GOP factions and how successful primary candidates navigate them.
Time is running out for the little island coveted by its gigantic, growing neighbor.
A hawk at times and a dove at others, Reagan tempered a clear global vision with the necessity of adaptation.
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Robert W. Merry
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