The American intelligence community has missed the boat on how quickly the US has fallen from "sole superpower" status.
After three years of trying to convict Lt. Ehren Watada for refusing to deploy to Iraq, the Army has allowed him to resign.
Will today's US-armed ally be tomorrow's enemy?
The United States is coming ever closer to a state that matches the Orwellian slogan from 1984: war is peace.
Why is it that GI Joe--like all action figures in all action movies of this moment--has left the all-American battlefield for outer, or future or alternate space?
Reflections on troops that don't depart, experts who never leave the scene, an Air Force that suddenly wasn't there and a war that no longer needs justification.
A single platoon lost in a military limbo is a measurement of the stress under which the US Army now operates.
The United States no longer has the capability to remain a global hegemon, and to pretend otherwise is to invite disaster.
The news that Congress might terminate production of topline fighter jets comes as a considerable victory for President Obama and Defense Secretary Gates.
The former secretary of defense presided over the deaths of millions--and was one of the only officials to publicly express regret.