Michael T. Klare

Defense Correspondent


Michael T. Klare, The Nation’s defense correspondent, is professor emeritus of peace and world-security studies at Hampshire College and senior visiting fellow at the Arms Control Association in Washington, D.C. Most recently, he is the author of All Hell Breaking Loose: The Pentagon’s Perspective on Climate Change.

A New Pentagon ‘Triad’ A New Pentagon ‘Triad’


Jan 31, 2002 / Michael T. Klare

Wars Without End Wars Without End

Now that the Taliban is on the run, the 'war on terror' broadens its scope.

Dec 7, 2001 / Michael T. Klare

The Geopolitics of War The Geopolitics of War

Whoever controls Saudi Arabia's oil wields great power over the world economy.

Oct 18, 2001 / Feature / Michael T. Klare

Energy Imperialism Energy Imperialism

The potential domestic consequences of the Administration's national energy policy--opening up protected areas to drilling, increasing greenhouse gas emissions, building more nucl...

Jul 12, 2001 / Michael T. Klare

‘Congagement’ With China? ‘Congagement’ With China?

GOP hawks want containment; others favor more trade and more toughness.

Apr 12, 2001 / Feature / Michael T. Klare

Rumsfeld: Star Warrior Returns Rumsfeld: Star Warrior Returns

The surprise selection of Donald Rumsfeld as Defense Secretary provides a clear signal of President-elect George W. Bush's intent to transform radically the military policy of th...

Jan 11, 2001 / Feature / Michael T. Klare

The Clinton Doctrine The Clinton Doctrine

President Clinton's decision to use military force against the Serbs was not simply a calculated response to Slobodan Milosevic's intransigence.

Apr 1, 1999 / Michael T. Klare