The U.S. military’s way of operating in Afghanistan is a recipe for failure.
The "sacred trust" between military families and the commander in chief provides secure ground
Conversations with Israelis these days tend to end up in one place: casus belli.
The more I study military history, the more I believe that troop rotation is a lousy way to run a war.
I’ve noticed in looking at British books about war in the last 20 years that the British public is not well served by its publishers.
The military must be honest, both with itself and the rest of the nation.
This month's hall of shame.
As a strategic planner in the Israel Defense Forces specializing in the Palestinian arena, I was privileged to play a role in the 2013 Israeli-Palestinian security dialogue, conducted by General John R. Allen.