American militarism has gone off the rails—and this middling career officer should have seen it coming.
The selective history the Department of Defense has been putting out on Vietnam for more than six years is worth a critical look.
Underfunding, lack of strategic planning and denialism are hindering the department's climate response.
Trump’s enthusiasm for a new branch of the U.S. military and the militarization of space has given new life to spectacularly bad ideas shelved years ago.
The recent name change of the U.S. Pacific Command is a signal that the military is already setting the stage for an eventual confrontation with China.
An examination of the threats from terror groups, as imagined in the Joint Land, Air, and Sea Strategic Special Program, offers unique clues to the Pentagon’s fears for the future.
Military tensions between the two countries have been rising in the western Pacific since the summer of 2010.
It is bizarre that Chuck Hagel, a war hero with a long record of sensible views on the deployment of military power, gets blocked as the president's nominee to run the Pentagon, while Jack Lew, steeped in Wall Street greed, sails through as Treasury secretary.It is bizarre that war hero Chuck Hagel gets blocked as the president's nominee to run the Pentagon, while Jack Lew, steeped in Wall Street greed, sails through as Treasury secretary.
Christmas has provided a day of distraction from war, the usual condition for most of the world, and the steady-state of the modern American nation, so to speak.