Factional Struggles Emerge in Virus-Afflicted Taliban Top Ranks
The Afghan government fears that internal clashes within the militant group will leave it without a reliable peace partner.
The United States Needs German Bases More Than Germany Does
Bases in Europe have always aided American hegemony more than local defense.
China Is Pushing India Closer to the United States
Border issues, Pakistan issues, and an aggressive Beijing are causing New Delhi to pick sides in the new cold war.
Pentagon Won’t Disclose Cost of D.C. Troops
The Defense Department falls short of a deadline set by seven Senate Democrats but says it is working on a response detailing the expense of sending U.S. troops to Washington.
Where Should Confederate Statues Go to Die?
The United States can learn from the graveyards of fallen regimes worldwide.
Demonstrations Prompt National Security Community Push for Diversity
In a letter, more than 150 organizations and practitioners in the national security and foreign-policy communities pledged to add more diversity to their ranks and boards of directors.
America Has a National Guard. France Has National Riot Police.
The United States can use either community police or the military to oversee protests and quell riots—but does it need something in between?