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John R. Allen is president of the Brookings Institution. He is a retired Marine Corps general, led Marines in Anbar Province, Iraq, and was commander... [Read More]
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On paper, Democrats have remained open to the use of military force for humanitarian purposes. [Read More]
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Service officials say giving American manufacturers first-mover advantage is just as important as the military benefits of vertical-lift buses. [Read More]
On Wednesday, military and civilian leaders of the Defense Department will testify before Congress on their $705 billion budget request for 2021. [Read More]
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But USAF's Wolters offered no evidence that U.S. officials are persuading allies to shun Chinese 5G networking products. [Read More]
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The president spent the week reshaping America's IC to serve his political needs. What does that mean for the 2020 election, and for national security? [Read More]
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The information haystack in which we search for useful needles is growing faster than we could ever catch up. Gathering more hay isn't the answer. [Read More]
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John R. Allen, a retired Marine Corps general, led Marines in Anbar Province and was commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan. He... [Read More]
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Washington's longstanding policy of strategic ambiguity is increasingly likely to inflame the kind of crisis it was meant to deter. [Read More]
Richard Grenell did not disclose payments for advocacy work on behalf of a Moldovan politician whom the U.S. later accused of corruption. His own office's... [Read More]
Two former top special operations officials say their job was too junior and the Pentagon isn't taking information warfare seriously enough. [Read More]
Despite the mainstream narrative presenting a deep lack of appetite for another war in the Middle East, the United States will never be able to... [Read More]
The defense secretary took part in a classified drill at U.S. Strategic Command this week. [Read More]
At the Munich Security Conference, allies argued with each other as much as their adversaries, rejecting Trump administration views on issue after issue. [Read More]
Defense officials provided few details but said the affected systems have since been secured. [Read More]
Trump seems determined not to play much of a role in shaping how Syria's myriad conflicts are resolved. That's a mistake. [Read More]
Homeland Security is looking for tech that can help border agents spot illegal watercraft — and decide what to do about them. [Read More]
Our annual service-by-service look at the big questions facing the U.S. military. [Read More]
As budget hearing season gets underway, expect to hear a lot about "irreversible implementation" of changes toward great power competition. [Read More]
A Pentagon spokesman said he had "no information" that John Rood was fired for his role in Trump's Ukraine scandal. [Read More]
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