Leon Panetta and Robert Gates' attack on their former boss's Syria policy was poor form.
The Bradley Manning leaks could have been prevented with more careful vetting of clearances. Edward Snowden's case might be the same.
Those who want to rush to war over chemical-weapons allegations would be wise to consider history.
Self-promoters get the glory while performers get it done.
The architects of the Iraq debacle should emulate their counterparts from the Vietnam era and gracefully exit the stage.
The Pentagon's modest proposals could save DoD's budget, but military lobbyists and a lack of political will may foil them.
Controversy on Obama's new defense strategy is much ado about nothing.
Hypocrisy, lies and out-of-control spending: the truth about Secretary Gates.
We’re breaking the bank. America can’t afford to defend the world any longer.
The Defense Department is about to conduct its quadrennial policy review. But instead of being a funding wish list, the exercise should force the Pentagon to make hard choices about which programs to keep and which ones to axe.
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