We fear weapons of mass destruction in terrorist hands. Yet the greater danger continues to from terrorists' older tools—the gun and the bomb.
America is making its energy supply more secure—but we can't untie ourselves from the global energy market.
Time is running out for the little island coveted by its gigantic, growing neighbor.
Failing to play a dominant role in the Far East wouldn't just be foolish. It would change who we are.
A threat to stability—for now.
The Manning and Snowden revelations have provoked a necessary conversation about liberty and security. But their mass disclosures harm America's intelligence partnerships and the trust of potential sources.
The "most secure great power in world history" continues to engage in costly interventions to defend merely peripheral interests.
A new prudence about using force abroad will sustain, not undermine, American leadership abroad.
The National Security Agency's strategy for protecting the United States from cyberattacks.
He said that economic interdependence had made war obsolete. Four years later, World War One turned him into a laughingstock. Yet his later career saw him abandon many of his own illusions.