With rising threats and declining military superiority, it’s about time Washington figured out that we can’t prevent wars or win them with an army of bureaucrats.
Three signs show growing optimism for a successful U.S.-India partnership.
All too often, the White House has contented itself to proclaim that wars are over when they’re not, or enemies are defeated when they are reconstituting before our eyes.
The first, and I believe foremost, job of the federal government is to defend the country
and our people. And Congress has a unique and irreplaceable role in carrying out that duty.
Ahead of the State of the Union address, Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-TX) lays out his agenda for the House Armed Services Committee in the 114th Congress.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry presents his agenda for the committee in the 114th Congress and sits down with former Senator Jim Talent to discuss the proper role of Congress in national security policymaking and the need for a strong US military.
Ahead of the State of the Union address, Senator Jim Talent (R-MO) and Rep. Mac Thornberry will discuss the proper role of Congress in national security policymaking, the need for a strong US military, and the importance of a reformed defense process that quickly and agilely meets the needs of America’s troops.
We are in a war now with Islamic terrorism, and it’s sometimes hard to tell whether Americans are willing to acknowledge the sacrifices we’ll need to make.
Bret Stephens’s new book, America in Retreat, deftly reminds readers of the facts of international life and the vital role America plays in ensuring global stability.
There is an apparent battle for top leadership in global jihad between AQAP and ISIS. Is AQAP on top?
On foreign policy and defense, Eisenhower was a very active, precise, and hard-driving chief executive.