Gary Hart

Gary Hart is chair of the American Security Project, co-chair of the U.S. Commission on National Security for the 21st Century, and former member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.


Since the end of the cold war, American foreign policy toward Russia has been dismissive of Russian interests. Acknowledging that a country has separate aims does not mean we cannot work toward common goals.

A former U.S. senator offers tough-love advice on Russia to the Democrats.


The general was an innovative thinker in the midst of major changes in the Army.


Recent budget battles demonstrate a breakdown of bargaining.

The present character of the debt-ceiling debate undermines constitutional order.

Listening to those who cry "do something!" could be a tragic mistake.

The growth of the intelligence-industrial complex has become "the greatest threat to our freedom."

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April 20, 2014