Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson discusses the challenges facing the US Navy with AEI’s Jim Talent.
If Prime Minister Modi is serious about reform, he needs to show that he trusts the invisible hand of the market more than the heavy hand of the bureaucracy.
Let us hope, for the sake of both national security and financial prudence, that Congress will exert its oversight to investigate.
The third part of “US Grand Strategy: Defeating ISIS and al Qaeda,” a report jointly produced by the Critical Threats Project (CTP) at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and the Institute for the Study War (ISW) was released today.
As drone technology explodes, government regulation should proceed cautiously.
The United States and Europe face mounting threats of terrorist attacks in their homelands directed or inspired by al Qaeda and the Islamic State in Iraq and al Sham (ISIS). The conflicts in the Middle East have destabilized the region and are feeding sectarianism globally, creating conditions ripe for al Qaeda and ISIS recruitment and expansion.
Characterizing our fight against the Islamic State group as one that does not and will not involve “combat troops” is a disservice to the men and women who are, at present, facing combat in the Middle East. It is a political trope that no one who is serious about defeating the Islamic State will be able to keep.
Overthrowing former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was the right choice; hundreds of millions cannot live under a yoke of oppression without consequence.
With Tokyo taking a two-year seat on the U.N. Security Council this month, the time is ripe for a new trilateral initiative among the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan.
The 2017 defense budget bets on third offset strategy technological breakthroughs, but the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines worry about the wars of today.