Issues / War & Peace
President Bush worries that the "United States might become militarily engaged" in Colombia. It's a little late for that.
Strong support for Friday's bombing by leading congressional Democrats will no doubt embolden the Republican administration to engage in further military actions regardless of their dangerous legal, moral, or political implications.
Wolfowitz takes powerful position in the Pentagon.
Given the situation in Washington, how fast will the military budget continue to rise in the administration of George W. Bush?
U.S. defense contractors were full participants in the last election cycle
The Bush administration has made many of its major priorities clear through the selection of the presidentâs foreign policy advisers.
Deja Vu All Over Again: Worshiping the Wrong Ronald Reagan
The Rumsfeld Commission report is, at its core, a landmark in political spin control, not a landmark in objective analysis of the threats facing our nation.
Foreign policy issues were mostly an afterthought during the 2000 presidential campaign, and they continue to take a back seat in President-elect George W. Bushs discussions of the priorities of his incoming administration.
An analysis of defense under Bush, in light of the new defense secretary nominee.