Amid the ongoing debate over U.S. strategy in the Middle East, Tyler Bowen responds to Chris Newton’s criticism of millennial foreign policy.
This year’s International Army Game was less of an exercise and more of a who’s who of the world’s best armies. Who won? Depends whom you ask.
As the civil war in Myanmar spills over into China in increasingly visible ways, will China scrap its policy of non-intervention and seek its own solution to the conflict?
Richard Wang examines the use of cluster munitions by the Ukrainian government, and how the international community and Ukraine should respond.
If NATO is past its prime, the Baltic states could find themselves out in the cold.
Without a new or revised AUMF, the US government will continue to use an outdated congressional authorization to justify new military operations in the Middle East.
During his 2008 Presidential Campaign, then-Presidential hopeful Barack Obama assured the American public that the American military detention facility at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba would be shut down within the first year of his presidency. On January 22, 2009, shortly after taking office, Obama signed an executive order stating that authorized the use of an … Continue reading The Case to Close Guantanamo