The Abuse Scandal Rocking Australia’s Special Operations Forces
How changing military strategy may have led to misconduct.
Myanmar’s Brutal Military Is Convicting Its Own Soldiers of Atrocities
Generals of an army accused of genocide have started putting troops in the dock, and it’s not because they care about human rights.
Federal Court Vacancies Are a Crisis. Military Judges Are the Solution.
A modest proposal to solve a growing problem in America’s judicial system.
The Only Enemy Pakistan’s Army Can Beat Is Its Own Democracy
The country's prime ministers have always come and gone at the behest of the generals who really run the country.
The Most Dangerous Job in Journalism Is Just Being a Reporter in Egypt
Abdullah al-Fakharany just wanted to tell the truth about the Sisi government’s violent crackdown on civilians. It got him life in prison.
Bergdahl Lawyer to Trump: Put Up or Shut Up
At issue are comments Trump made at a casino in Las Vegas place in October 2015 about Bergdahl, who spent more than in Taliban captivity after walking off an outpost in eastern Afghanistan.
Air Force weird news roundup
In weird Air Force news: An Air Force historian at MacDill AFB was charged with pointing a laser at aircraft and an Air Force LTC in SpecOps support was charged with sexual assault.
Another area of U.S.-Chinese military competition: Investigating number twos
In the United States, a former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is under investigation. China, striving to surpass the U.S. military, has two former vice chairmen of the central military commission under investigation.
Law and (Military) Order
A new constitutional amendment in Pakistan cedes civilian power to the military.