List of Security articles
Why the Iraq War AUMF is Still Dangerous
Legislation authorizing the 2003 war is still on the books—and alarmingly open-ended.
The Biden Administration Is Dangerously Downplaying the Global Terrorism Threat
Today, there are more terror groups in existence, in more countries around the world, and with more territory under their control than ever before.
What Does Victory Look Like in Ukraine?
Ukrainians differ on what would keep their nation safe from Russia.
Wagner’s African Hosts Regret Letting Them In
Libyans, among others, are sick of the Russian mercenaries.
No, the World Is Not Multipolar
The idea of emerging power centers is popular but wrong—and could lead to serious policy mistakes.
The Morality of Ukraine’s War Is Very Murky
The ethical calculations are less clear than you might think.
Rift With Canada Puts Spotlight on India’s Security Services
Trudeau’s accusations suggest New Delhi’s intelligence operatives could lead it down a dark path.
Biden Takes Aim at Putin’s Soft Underbelly in Central Asia
Moscow’s war in Ukraine has created an opening for Washington as a new great game heats up
U.S. Sudan Sanctions Won’t Work Without the UAE’s Help
Washington must lean on Abu Dhabi to halt its support for Hemeti’s RSF.
BRICS Invitation Puts Argentina in a Tough Spot
Ahead of a presidential election, debate in Buenos Aires reveals the mounting challenges of multi-alignment.