Trump Vows to Keep Confederates’ Names on US Army Bases

As the military wrestles with racism and its symbols, the commander-in-chief draws a line.

Dear Mr. Secretary, You Can Rename Army Bases Right Now

If the Army’s civilian leader is serious about starting to address institutional racism, here’s a helping hand.

A 3-Percent Solution for NATO

The alliance should up its members’ spending goals — and count much-needed resiliency investment toward the total.

Protecting US Bases Increasingly Requires Hardening Civilian Infrastructure

Congress needs to fund its Defense Community Infrastructure Program, and the military needs to think beyond its gates.

Which US Cities Are Least Prepared for Climate Disaster?

New studies find cities most vulnerable to climate change disasters—heat waves, flooding, rising seas, drought—are the least prepared.

Risks Grow As Countries Share Electricity Across Borders

The world needs the efficiency of shared energy grids, so it also needs a way to prevent them from being used for coercion.