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America’s Militarized Foreign Policy Threatens Americans

  • What’s the Purpose of President Trump’s Navy?

  • Accounting for the Pentagon

    05.04.15
  • Why Reducing U.S. Defense Spending Won’t Fix the Budget Deficit

  • Rotten in the State of the Pentagon: The Chuck Hagel Sacking

  • Ebola and U.S. National Security

  • Budget Uncertainty puts America’s National Security Interests at Risk

  • U.S. Aid to Lebanon, a Delicate Balance

  • A Sane and Sober Look at the USS Reagan Radiation Contamination Incident

    02.06.14
  • Contamination of USS Ronald Reagan During Fukushima Response Underreported

    02.06.14
  • Greater Critical Thinking Following the ‘Arab Spring’

    01.22.14
  • Will Japan Get its F-22 Raptors?

    12.30.13
  • Nuclear Actors: Rot in the U.S. ICBM Forces

  • Defense Contractors Worry Over Sequestration Cuts

  • Chuck Hagel’s Confirmation Hearing: Neocons Search for Relevance

    02.05.13
  • The Next American Crusade: The U.S. Military Campaign in Africa

    01.14.13
  • Opposition to Hagel’s Nomination for Defense Secretary

    01.07.13
  • Congressional Self-Assessment Board Necessary to Preserve National Security

  • U.S. Sending Mixed Messages on Afghanistan

    12.06.12
  • America’s Challenging Cyber Defense Policy

    10.15.12
  • Human rights in Sri Lanka: Between the UN and the U.S.

  • At Arm’s Length: NATO’s Shift in Afghanistan

  • David Hicks: The Man Who Was Chemically Tortured

  • War By Other Means: Chinese Economic Espionage in the Automobile Sector

  • Why is Mali Spiraling out of Control?

    08.01.12
  • Moral Drones and the New York Times

    07.15.12
  • U.S. Military Strategy and Understanding Terrorism and Insurgency

    07.07.12
  • Afghanistan: Why a ‘Limited-Win’ is Sustainable

    06.18.12
  • The Ethics of Unmanned Warfare and the Truman Conundrum

    06.04.12
  • To the Pacific We Go: The U.S. ‘Rebalancing’ Act

  • The Iraq and Afghanistan Combat Veteran and the Future of American Foreign Policy

    05.26.12
  • The Resumption of Business as Usual Between Pakistan and the U.S.

    05.17.12
  • Isolation and Hegemony: A New Approach for American Foreign Policy

  • The U.S. Presidential Candidates on Cybersecurity

  • Cold War in Warm Waters: U.S.-China’s Dangerous Contest for Asia-Pacific

    02.22.12
  • The Continuation of Unnecessary American Nation-Building

    02.09.12
  • Iran Attack on the U.S. Unlikely

    02.01.12
  • Cyber War: Hype or Reality?

    01.11.12
  • Pakistan: Anatomy of a Crisis

    12.03.11
  • A Foretold Missile Defense Stalemate