The Obamacare rollout saw public views of the president's trustworthiness reverse. This could seriously undermine the rest of his presidency.
We talk to Ian Bremmer on the situation in Northeast Asia.
A misplaced attack on America's most vital and enduring defense tool.
People seeking a messiah have blinded themselves to his many errors and imperfections.
A course of action for the United States.
Will China start fighting pirates off Nigeria?
A political crisis as complex as the country it splits.
Harry Reid looks set to kill the National Defense Authorization Act. A legacy of infamy awaits.
What's still missing from the debate about domestic surveillance.
Why we need to focus our defense planning on beating anti-access/area-denial strategies, and why they aren't new.
Ruling the skies.
Hamid Karzai is gambling that Afghanistan is too important for the U.S. to walk away from. He might be reading us wrong.
Understanding the nuances and challenges of Washington's approach.
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, time may be running out for seniors seeking healthcare.
Keep the triad alive.
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Robert W. Merry
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