This Week At War: The Pentagon Doesn’t Have the Right Stuff
The Navy can't 'contain' Iran -- even if we wanted it to.
The Next Proxy War
How the United States can use the Syrian civil war to prepare the region -- for Iran.
This Week at War: If You Build Up, Who Will Come?
The Pentagon may not have the resources to deter Iran and pivot to Asia at the same time.
This Week at War: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Austerity Planners
How the Pentagon should prepare for the lean years to come.
This Week at War: A Leaner, Cleaner Russian Army
Everyone agrees that Russia's military needs reform. But making it happen won't be easy.
This Week at War: An Arms Race America Can’t Win
The United States has no chance in ship-for-ship showdown with China. Luckily, it shouldn't have to have one.
This Week At War: Enough Talk, Obama
Failures in Syria and Iran show the limits of diplomatic negotiation.
This Week at War: Does the U.S. Need More Aircraft Carriers?
The Pentagon sure wants more $15 billion boats, but it may have to look for other options.
This Week at War: Powerless in Kabul?
Despite the recent partnership agreement, the United States has less power than it thinks over future events in Afghanistan.
This Week at War: The General’s Dystopia
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff paints a grim picture of the future of military power. Will the Pentagon be ready for it?