Hagel's move to bypass a bureaucratic mess in seeking alternatives to the Littoral Combat Ship should be imitated more broadly.
Why nuclear arms control remains a tempting target for GOP presidential candidates.
Nuclear forces cost serious money. Washington should consider how, in an era of limited defense dollars, it might adjust its strategic force structure.
Dave Camp's tax plan has stirred up a loud fuss—but there's more bark than bite.
A tool that often doesn't work - and that we're using more and more.
From Ukraine to Iran to the East China Sea, the "tougher" option proposed has always been worse.
A hawk at times and a dove at others, Reagan tempered a clear global vision with the necessity of adaptation.
America has changed from a representative democracy to a centralized administrative state.
Aggressive protests and aggressive crackdowns have brought a nation to the brink.
Even with Russian troops pouring into Ukraine, Europe can't be bothered to defend itself. And that's our fault.
Another key claim is falling apart.
The conventional wisdom on credibility is wrong.
We've got few tools at our disposal - and Moscow's invasion will prove counterproductive.
The gross mismanagement of the defense budget goes on.
Drawing a red line against phrases that confuse and obscure.
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