The U.S. military’s new emphasis on near-peer conflicts will undoubtedly help funnel trillions of dollars into yet more weaponry, including a revamped nuclear arsenal
While some say the money will just be shifted elsewhere, Congress and DOD will now be held accountable.
The Pentagon budget looks likely to increase, signaling that the Blob isn’t dead yet.
A brutal regional conflict that broke out last November shows no signs of winding down.
The Michigan freshman and combat veteran says it’s time for Congress to step up and take care of this ‘low hanging fruit.’
These destructive weapons continue to kill decades after formal cessations of hostilities.
What’s clear from their overheated rhetoric is they desperately want there to be an arms race. To what end, we can only imagine.
Thinking has changed. Therefore, outside powers must avoid the same mistakes in Mozambique.
After the Cold War, Washington has relied on economic warfare to achieve its goals, but it hardly ever works.
It won’t happen because that would mean the Atlantic alliance would have to mobilize for war.
The US envoy says the situation is ‘complex.’ Meanwhile people are in crisis because food and medicine cannot get through.
In 2020, Trump reversed a total ban by Obama. According to a statement today, nothing has changed. Why?
The real political work will have to be done in DC, not Vienna, thanks to the new terror embargoes slapped on by Trump.
The US should move quickly, particularly if Maduro shows signs that he’s serious about negotiating.
It’s using China to compete hard with the Navy and Air Force for funds and relevance — but without a real strategy.
‘Who goes first’ can be avoided if both sides come up with a simultaneous plan outlining their full return to compliance.
Former Trump officials and regime change proponents recently gathered to devise a ‘liberal’ case against diplomacy.
Iran stands to be one of the winners of the new regional transportation map.
Abdullah is trying to silence his half-brother Prince Hamzah, while the US is bent on supporting the anti-democratic regime.
With the future of the JCPOA in flux, the Chinese appear to be stepping in to fill the void.
Pay attention, as the country’s demise will cause ripples across the Middle East, putting western and U.S. interests at risk.