Foreign confidence in the U.S. is sinking even faster than the share of Americans who see the benefits of engagement beyond our borders.
It is tempting for the United States to just throw in the towel, pull troops, and abandon allies. More important is understanding what the U.S. strategy toward the Middle East should be.
The revelation further undermines the president’s assertion that he has stood firmly between the Pentagon and war.
To do it, and preserve Israel’s advantage, Trump must reinvigorate the consultative arms sales process with Congress.
The security issues facing Japan remain unchanged. Abe's likely successor, Yoshihide Suga, may be forced to confront them on his very first day.
The announcement makes public plans that have been in the works for months.
Gen. McConville addressed the nation’s internal unrest, trust of the military, even QAnon, in a wide-ranging interview with Defense One.
“We take this very, very seriously,” Gen. James McConville said in an interview with Defense One.
The request is part of Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s overhaul of personnel practices.
The remarks fit into the Democrat's existing strategy of painting the president as unsupportive of U.S. troops.
The president continues a pattern of deference to Moscow amid unsafe air operations, a roadway collision that injured U.S. troops, and the poisoning of a Putin critic.
DNI Ratcliffe’s edict comes just two months ahead of Election Day, with Russia, China and Iran all intent on influencing the outcome.
“Never before has an American president played such a subservient role to a Russian leader,” the Democratic candidate said.
Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman says he reported “legal compliance and ethics violations” by NSA Robert O’Brien.
A draft CISA directive asks civilian agencies not to punish outsiders who probe their systems.
Eleven days ago, the GAO ruled that Wolf had been named acting secretary illegally.
Turkey looks less like a treaty ally and more like a competitor.
Pompeo said it would take place “as soon as we can complete the mission.”