The Trump administration looked small and inconsequential on the international stage.
A decade of targeted assassinations has pushed the boundaries of Israel's laws and military ethics — and harmed its image across the globe.
America’s military is the only institution that can break the partisan deadlock on the worst threat the nation faces.
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Menendez stands accused of using his oversight role to guarantee visas and business transactions for friend.
Two years on from the signing of the agreement to curtail Tehran’s nuclear program, Israel and the region are safer than ever from the threat of mullahs with a bomb.
Differences among top U.S. officials are complicating policy with the Asia Pacific community.
Berlin is using a bland name to obscure a dramatic shift in its approach to defense: integrating brigades from smaller countries into the Bundeswehr.
It appears they are attempting something much bigger and more difficult: they are claiming the central allegations of the Washington Post story are false.
The weekend’s massive “ransomware” attack exposed the glaring vulnerabilities in our cybersecurity readiness.
Donald Trump came into office decrying the U.N. and NATO, two organizations he now can't seem to live with out.
Experts say 'risky and dangerous' approach could produce results.
Amongst the chaos and the tweets, some of the more reassuring steps of the first 100 days of the Donald Trump Presidency were the appointments of Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster.
We should celebrate H.R. McMaster’s staffing and organizational wins, but whether or not they are superficial remains to be seen.