A new internal investigation reveals just how poorly US African Command has handled its humanitarian missions.
The 2014 NATO Summit closed on Friday with one main accomplishment: the increased militarization and institutionalization of a new Cold War.
“Don't do stupid stuff”—his shorthand for avoiding unnecessary entanglements—actually has deep roots in US strategic thinking.
If we don’t act now, constitutional restraints on presidential warmaking will be eviscerated.
Fed up with Thatcherite and New Labour politics, Scots have grown farther apart from their southern neighbors.
Can Indonesia’s charismatic new president solve the slow-burning crises of the world’s third-largest democracy?
How Michael Bloomberg turned architecture into a sixty-four-ounce Coke.
The country’s troubles will not end even if fighting ceases in its southeastern regions.
The calls for escalating military action against Islamic State (IS) ignore thirteen years of evidence that US intervention usually accomplishes the opposite of what Washington intends.