There were dubious decisions in the nineteenth century, but it was in the twentieth that misguided adventures were really in vogue.
The Navy shouldn't underestimate the strategic benefits of some of its less exciting tools.
Oil prices matter far less for economic activity than we give them credit for.
Don't be afraid of cutting entitlements.
Why a measured response to Russia's Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty violation serves U.S. interests better than ditching the INF altogether.
President Obama should emphasize that there is no military option that will end the turmoil associated with the civil war within Islam.
"While the administration has rightly focused on the Middle East, it should also pay attention to the ripple effects of IS in the Asia-Pacific region."
When it comes to giving in to terrorists' demands, a look back at history might shed some light on this controversial issue.
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