Michael P. Noonan
Articles by Michael P. Noonan
Using drone strikes is a way to avoid outcomes for which Americans won't stand.
Geopolitical reality demands some compromise between the White House and Congress.
While some claim that the war was the biggest mistake in the history of American foreign policy, I find that argument to be a bit overblown.
Declining budgets mean that funds need to be spent more wisely and be in line with desired strategic ends.
Politicians need to get our fiscal house in order, but risk cutting defense too far, too fast in an uncertain world.
Lessons can be learned from interventions in El Salvador, Colombia, and the Philippines.
Obama made a few splashes in the foreign and security policy arena in Tuesday's State of the Union address.
The impending sequester may negatively impact our necessary special operations.
Different organizations offer some useful insights about thinking and dealing with some of today's pressing issues.
The United States must maintain a robust global and regional architecture in order to deal with geopolitical tremors and disturbances.