The author says Arab rejection of Israel is the true hurdle to solving the Israeli-Palestinian issue.
Politics attempts to suffocate bold thinking. Altering that outcome requires courage and leadership, meaning taking risks. But will our leaders dare to do so?
War, according to the great Prussian military philosopher Carl von Clausewitz was most profoundly a conflict of wills through an admixture of policy with "other means." But Clausewitz never fully defined "other means." There was little need.
The mini-war between Russia and the former Soviet republic of Georgia is less than six days old at the time of writing, but many tactical weapons system and strategic lessons are already emerging from it.
Wars destroy lots of weapons systems as well as lots of people. That is why major powers still need lots of soldiers and lots of relatively cheap, easily manufactured and easily replaced weapons systems.
Nicolas Sarkozy recently said in Washington that the Iranian nuclear problem could be solved through U.N. and EU sanctions, but hastened to add a reservation about the "readiness for a dialogue with Tehran."
By any standards, the Aegis Weapons System and its Raytheon Standard Missile 3s that carried out outstandingly successful double exo-atmospheric kills off Kauai in the Pacific Ocean Tuesday is a mature ballistic missile defense technology.
Although coalition commanders adapted well to a fluid battlefield, the success of Operation Iraqi Freedom was largely the result of air supremacy over an inept
I consider "Rudy," the new TV movie premiering Sunday on the USA Network and starring James Woods as former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, something of an antido
A critical analysis of the Vietnam War shows why Congress's constitutional mandate to declare war is not a dead letter, but rather ensures civilian control of t
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