Preventing NATO’s air power capability from atrophying should be a strategic matter of the first order for America’s NATO allies.
The US, Japan, and India are slowly forming a balancing coalition against China’s territorial ambitions in the South China Sea.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, like all trade agreements, grapples with both US security strategy and broader economic goals. This paper examines the challenges facing this partnership with Asia – and what’s at stake if it fails.
A lot is unknown, but it was inevitable that a terrorist group, as ruthless as ISIS, would use chemical weapons. The threat is there and it is real.
Systematic Chinese cyber espionage has resulted in significant damage to U.S. national security.
It is unclear whether America’s aging air assets, particularly those in the U.S. Air Force, are up for another mission with no clear end state in sight.
Acquisition reform is necessary to maintain the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) current technological and military supremacy over potential rivals in the coming decades .
One after another, GOP presidential hopefuls are emphasizing a strong national defense.
Germany’s military is falling into disrepair, but odds are its government won’t do anything about it.