Rep. Ro Khanna has again pushed through this important amendment, but will other forces collude to kill it?
A top-level Pentagon official has reportedly been dismissed for the crime of being skeptical about our nuclear weapons policies.
But there’s a prevailing view that the EU is more aligned with Washington’s military competition with China and Russia.
Three senators want to pass a work-around that will claw some of its war authority back from the president.
While European leaders promise more defense spending, their people aren’t necessarily on board.
News that the Joint Chiefs chair sought to block Trump from starting a war has highlighted absurdities in our nuclear weapons policies.
The president says he doesn’t want ‘a world divided into rigid blocs’ while at the same time dividing the world into rigid blocs.
The president’s actions speak louder than his lofty rhetoric on democracy and human rights, as autocrats cash in.
The prospect of new extremist threats pouring into or igniting within these states or just over the border is a real security issue.
They say adding $25 billion more than what Biden requested for the Pentagon ‘sends exactly the wrong message.’
With Biden continuing Trump-era policies, it’s up to Congress now to yank the purse strings and end the brutality.
It may just be grandstanding for domestic purposes, but the effort poses grave implications for American and international security
An upcoming UN report will show whether a US-Russian agreement on providing humanitarian aid is working.
The greased revolving door from the Pentagon to the weapons industry gives former officials easy access for influence peddling.
This would add to 750 existing American bases abroad, according to a new Quincy study hot off the presses today.
This is the week when Congress can get the scissors out — or not. Either way, the military budget is overdue for a makeover.
As the US steps back militarily, regional states forever at each other’s throats are now quietly stepping forward diplomatically.
From start to finish, our entire experience in Afghanistan underscores how deficient Congress has been in this arena.
The move will only reinforce Beijing’s siege mentality and increase regional tensions.
The ever-denser web of military interconnections that Washington is weaving is going to lead straight to Cold War.
Responding, Biden issued an order today declaring the conflict a threat to the ‘national security and foreign policy of the United States.’