Safety is as much an American value as freedom.
The sharp drop in the value of oil in the second half of 2014 is just another aftershock of the financial crisis.
Normalizing relations should be seen as a victory not for the Castro government, but for the people of Cuba. Liberty will come—the only question is when. Expanding relations should help.
Tehran and the terror group have a complicated relationship. Tidbits in the "torture report" add to the confusion.
Advanced derivatives of the tri-service Lockheed Martin F-35 JSF could replace the Air Force’s F-22 Raptor, Boeing F-15C Eagle and F/A-18E/F Super Hornet.
Nuclear weapons will come to loom larger—and perhaps much larger—than they have since the Cold War over U.S. and Chinese military planning.
Americans stood accused of making their Soviet foes ten feet tall—and of wasting resources to meet the threat they oversold. Let’s not make a similar mistake during the new strategic competition—and make ourselves ten feet tall.
Lawfare is in full swing in the South China Sea. How will China respond to an unfavorable legal ruling?
Aaron David Miller argues not only that greatness is gone in America’s presidential politics, but also that we should all rejoice in its passing.
A willingness to restore diplomatic ties with Havana suggests that perhaps the suffocating Wilsonian approach to U.S. diplomacy may finally be weakening.
The burgeoning need to protect commercial assets and Chinese nationals abroad will inevitably lead Beijing to develop new military capabilities and take on missions further afield.
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