U.S.-made tanks that fell into militia hands have sparked a standoff with Baghdad over assistance.
There’s a very familiar method to the administration’s apparent regional madness.
Small unmanned aircraft are a threat to high-profile events, but taking them down safely is almost impossible.
Western countries are looking for new ways to defend against a new generation of war. Does a center in Finland have the answers?
Aid experts fear the Trump administration’s focus on Christians and other religious minorities could do more harm than good.
The militant group is on the run, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be back.
They hired Americans to professionalize their intelligence service. But how far can former U.S. spies go?
On the chopping block: incident response teams, air marshals, and nuclear detection.
There are multiple ways to describe retired Lt. Cols. David Bolgiano and John Taylor’s article in the December issue of Proceedings.
Egypt’s brute-force approach to counterterrorism isn’t working in Sinai.
ISIS is looking to regroup, and is setting its sights eastward.