The latest news on defense spending
Going off the cliff would make our current economic pain seem pleasant.
Cuts to lavish Pentagon spending leading to a less interventionist America will not disrupt the world order.
President Obama is likely to maintain the status quo on defense policy in his next four years.
President Barack Obama needs to approach foreign policy in his second term by focusing on several domestic issues that have global impact.
President Barack Obama's re-election means there will likely be few changes in the U.S. defense budget.
Under President Barack Obama, the looming budget crisis will endanger the future of U.S. national defense.
To avoid detrimental cuts to the defense budget, Congress must reach a comprehensive debt reduction deal.
The next occupant of the White House will have to deal with a host of foreign policy challenges, and it is important for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to discuss their policies.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama have different views on the size of U.S. Navy, a topic that deserves attention due to the country's role as a maritime power.
The president attracts gobs of campaign cash from Pentagon, but Romney still leads in the polls.