And stop Putin before other dictators follow his lead.
An interview with a Moscow professional who just quit Russia to escape Vladimir Putin’s military draft
They picked the right side.
The constitutional authority to call out the military is vested in the president of the United States. So what was Pence doing on January 6?
Imperiled by Russian invaders, private citizens are stepping forward to do what Ukraine’s government cannot.
North Korea’s moves to develop tactical nuclear weapons show that the slope toward a new era is steepening.
We focus too much on military force instead of considering economic, technological, social, and political structures.
If you want ordinary people to make your society occupation-proof, you have to teach them to kill well before they need to do so.
The U.S. must support an insurgency that will cause Russia to regret any attempt to crush democracy and independence.
For many Ukrainians, war with Russia is not a possibility, but an ever-present reality.
Espionage-themed entertainment is influencing policy makers, from soldiers fighting on the front lines to justices sitting on the nation’s highest court.
Across the country, membership in the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars is declining, but the physical spaces they occupy still serve important purposes.
State governors command the National Guard. That means more now than it has in a long time.
The former general and ex–secretary of state made hard work fun.
Stopping the spread of COVID-19 is a great way to help U.S. military families.
And how our drone policy led to the deaths of seven children
The general stayed inside the lines—barely. The real problem is that he was in that situation at all.
American service members reflect on their time in Afghanistan.
When the Cold War ended, the intelligence community failed to adapt. Today it faces a similar challenge.
I spent 600 hours listening in on the people who now run Afghanistan. It wasn’t until the end of my tour that I understood what they were telling me.