Issues / War & Peace
An army is only as good as its supply lines, which means that NATO is in trouble in Afghanistan.
We asked FPIF's senior analysts to weigh in on the future course of American foreign policy: maintenance of empire or its rejection?
With troops heading to Afghanistan and the Pentagon budget still rising, here's some good news from the military front.
Before the Chinese show up off the coast of California for some imperial quid pro quo, the United States should wake up, sign the Law of the Sea, and actually abide by its provisions.
Many well-qualified observers of the Bosnia wars were appalled at the biased reporting and gullibility of mainstream journalists.
U.S. security requires that policymakers take a broader view of Africa's security needs and a multilateral approach to addressing them.
Runaway military spending meets runway anti-military clothing: a new way of looking at the fashioning of war.
Rumsfeld had dreams of radically rearranging the U.S. empire of bases. Here's what happened instead.
Despite some hopeful movement on Middle East issues, the new administration is still lavishing military aid on Israel and, by extension, the U.S. defense industry.
With the United States on the verge of another Great Depression, the Know-Nothing opposition to the Obama administration should be worried that we are about to slip into the Third World.