Realism & Restraint
No matter what Saudi Arabia and Israel’s friends in Washington say.
After nearly 18 years in Afghanistan, the people know the war is lost. When will Washington elites let go?
Trump’s nominee for secretary of defense could be the ultimate fox in the henhouse.
Recently dispatched B-52s and ships are an act of theatrical bravado that ignore the real threat.
This Mother’s Day, let’s remember those who have sacrificed so much in our wars of choice.
Nearly one third of coalition airstrikes have targeted civilians in schools, hospitals, and markets.
Just because liberals don’t like Trump doesn’t mean the brass are their saviors—or even good strategists.
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