The latest news on defense spending
We should be asking, "Is it ethical to use drones anywhere?
The U.S. must not fail to make prudent use of its Iraq lessons and end up making the same mistakes—or similar ones—again
A congressional budget sets out party priorities, even if GOP and Dems never approve a final draft.
The American public doesn't care much to discuss the uncomfortable lessons of our involvement in Iraq over the past decade.
The sequester was supposed to spur Congress to end the same old way of doing business, but now it just gives the Defense Department special privileges.
Declining budgets mean that funds need to be spent more wisely and be in line with desired strategic ends.
When it comes to missile defense, smaller is beautiful.
Yes, overspending is bad for you and Uncle Sam alike, but the comparison breaks down in several key ways.
Visualizing the size and scope of the Pentagon's wallet.
The U.S. sequestration and the political mess in Italy raise questions about modern democracies’ ability to function.