The United States have no reason to make life harder for Egypt’s generals now they’re in control again.
Some call for American leadership. Other fear propping up an Islamist insurgency.
National security hawks’ disdain of Rand Paul’s noninterventionism is a mistake.
The Republican senator argues the United States should spearhead efforts to remove Assad.
Opposition lawmakers suggested that India “fill the vacuum in Kabul once we leave,” a Pakistani horror scenario.
Neoconservatives worry that the Republican Party could become isolationist again.
Lawmakers worry that deficit reduction efforts could lead to deep military spending cuts.
The next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff urges lawmakers not to cut hundreds of billions in military spending.
The departing defense secretary reflects on the war in Afghanistan and future American foreign policy.
The senator lambastes the president for not deploying full American airpower and failing to recognize the rebels’ interim government.