With Japan and South Korea increasingly worried that the United States might not always back them up, a dark path opens.
They said they wouldn't get tied down. They did.
From detection to long after destruction, the prospect of an attack on Iran puts big demands on Israel's spies.
U.S. leaders have failed to prepare the public for China's rise. History shows they'd be wise to.
Ethnic Russians have conducted several recent Islamist terror attacks, an alarming new phenomenon.
An unreformed advocate of regime change.
Limited nuclear reductions won't embolden America's adversaries.
Reducing America's nuclear arsenal wouldn't be straightforward and simple.
What to make of chatter that Russia has moved Iskander ballistic missiles to Kaliningrad.
What Putin wants—and why it's not as inimical to our interests as it may seem.