There are multiple ways ways to describe retired Lt. Col. David Bolgiano and John Taylor’s article in the December issue of Proceedings.
The United States is ignoring the most basic principle of international relations, to its own detriment.
Answer: For a military chaplain to hold and comfort wounded and dying Iraqi children.
NATO and the United States are confronting years of neglect of their submarine-detecting capabilities, while Russia has pulled even.
Grant's memoirs show that self-awareness and honest reflection are crucial to leadership
The Trump administration brings a new strategy but same old promises to the 16-year war.
China has ramped up its investment in developing quantum technologies, but few understand the impacts of losing this modern-day space race.
Sporting a fresh hole in his stomach, a veteran is informed the VA will not pay for his feeding tube liquid.
Why the United States can’t be complacent about undermining the remnants of the terrorist group.
A list on books about war and strategy
Policymakers must articulate the “why” informing a strategy and periodically revaluate whether it is achievable and what ought to come next.
Without a plan for countering Iranian and Russian interests in Eastern Syria, the administration could find itself in a very bad place in the Middle East.