Why Terror Victims Should Sue Foreign Governments

We must acknowledge the inability of our institutions to deal with the ideology behind terrorism.

Why Are Women in Combat?

The Pentagon cares less about equal rights and more about maintaining recruiting for endless wars.

The Duty of General McMaster

As he takes charge of U.S. grand strategy, he must be a blunt, candid truth-teller.

How We Got Here

The misuse of American military power and the Middle East in chaos

Is a Trump-Putin Detente Dead?

A second Cold War may not end so happily.

Why Trump Must Define the Mission in Afghanistan

After 15 years, the first campaign of the War on Terror is on autopilot.

Why Does Congress Accept Perpetual Wars?

To exercise real oversight, our representatives must take ownership of foreign entanglements.


Drone Warriors

A documentary explores the consequences of our new way of war.

The Truth About the Two-State Solution

Demographically speaking, it doesn’t seem to make sense.

More About Russia and Less About Flynn?

The leak has narrowed Trump’s options for dealing with Putin.

Making France Great Again

The nationalism of Cardinal Richelieu still inspires the French.

The New Battle for Afghanistan

With Trump’s attention elsewhere, the defense establishment seems set on sending more troops there.

Is President Trump Headed for a War With China?

All options are “on the table.”

Iran on Notice

Is Yemen being used as a springboard to war?

Iran Hawks Take the White House

Inspired by fringe theories about Islamic civilization, Michael Flynn is leading Trump down a dangerous path.

Why ‘America First’ Resonates

A new poll shows that the public wants a foreign policy grounded in the national interest.

How Trump Can Defeat ISIS

Attacking Iran will not win the war on terror. Working with Russia and Syria might.