We can still make more cuts to our nuclear arsenal.
Why we need to focus our defense planning on beating anti-access/area-denial strategies, and why they aren't new.
Hamid Karzai is gambling that Afghanistan is too important for the U.S. to walk away from. He might be reading us wrong.
The ADIZ is a firm, deliberate step by Xi and Beijing.
Nuclear deterrence won't decrease in a linear fashion if we shrink our arsenal. Surprises await.
The Karzai spat as administration theater.
The interceptor missiles get the attention and the money—but the radars that support them are getting shorted.
What it says about Beijing's struggle for internal stability.