Washington's strategy must go beyond mere weapons training.
America's "finest and fastest" ocean liner may soon hit the open waters again.
Activists make terrible leaders.
Can Jakarta translate economic heft into global influence?
Doubling the draft pool for political expediency is folly.
Concerns that the dollar's days are numbered lack merit.
After weeks of clashes, war between the two nuclear powers seemed right around the corner.
The Kremlin's forces are in the midst of a historic overhaul.
Beijing and Moscow are working well together, for now.
Basing allied troops in NATO's east remains improbable.
More weapons are on their way to Moscow's neighbors.
After a deal is made with Iran, assuring our Arab allies will be a top priority.
From ISIS to U.S.-Israel relations, the distinguished diplomat shares his thoughts.
Iran's supreme leader condemns "extremism" while quietly supporting its agents.
Washington has better tools for fighting terrorism.
Australia and America must follow through with the plans promised in the pivot to Asia.
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