The Pentagon always complains for more money – and politicians always eventually give in.
With elections looming in May and the Islamic State on the run, the Popular Mobilization Forces are eyeing politics.
The 2018 National Defense Strategy has its priorities straight. But budgetary challenges could get in the way.
On the chopping block: incident response teams, air marshals, and nuclear detection.
When China complained about a plan for the Navy to make port calls in Taiwan, Congress listened.
Donald Trump promised a bigger defense budget, but the Pentagon is still waiting.
As our federal debt spirals up and up, military readiness will inevitably suffer.
Sunday’s Oscar snafu was the perfect summary of the world we live in today. Is this the new norm in Trump’s America?
Money will not fix what ails our military. We don't have a supply problem, we have a demand problem created by poor strategy.
The continent can't blame Trump for its long-running inability to take care of its own security.
If you needed reassurance that Mattis not just knows NATO but feels it, you got that in his remarks on Wednesday.
Secretary Mattis is not wrong when he says that Europeans should not expect Americans to care more about Europe's security than Europeans themselves do.