More Surveillance, More Often

With his signature on Sunday, President Bush expanded the government's surveillance capabilities. A former CIA officer critiques the White House’s justification of the expansions.

Peace Mission 2007

For the first time in its history, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have entered Russian territory to carry out joint exercises, an important step in China’s projection of power outside it.

Fireside Chat: An African Affair

In the July/August issue of The National Interest, Jonathan Stevenson comments on the recent conflict in Somalia and the creation of the U.S.-African Command (AFRICOM)

No End In Sight

According to Daniel Byman, progress in the War on Terror has been disappointing so far, but there have been some positive results.