The decline of small-business suppliers in the defense marketplace puts the US at risk of losing key domestic capabilities.
The best way to deter China from attacking Taiwan is to encourage Taiwan to invest in its own ability to make China pay if it ever resorts to force.
Keeping 70,000 US troops in Europe is simply unnecessary in today's security environment. Washington needs to recognize this reality.
Some have used the speed of the Afghan government's fall to argue that the US withdrawal was a mistake, but just the opposite is true.
Is the signal the Committee wants to send that once a whistleblower conflicts with their political agenda, the whistleblower gets sacrificed?
Biden can stick with Trump's approach to Iran, but that doesn't mean it will be any more effective now.
Expect the military officials who commanded the war in Afghanistan to invoke "cutting and running." Let's talk about why they failed.
As the US, Russia, and China rush to modernize their nuclear arsenals, the world is witnessing a new, dangerous nuclear arms race.
For the first time in decades no one is clamoring for a quixotic US-led effort to deliver a final status agreement.
The reason US forces are at risk of violence in the region is precisely because US forces are in the region.
Two bills working their way through the Senate and the House present critical choices as to how extreme the turn in America's China policy will be.
Whether it's a marriage or geopolitics, the best bilateral relationships find areas of common interest while de-conflicting areas of dispute.
It would be a major mistake if Biden and his NATO colleagues simply wax philosophically and avoid making the real changes that NATO needs.
Biden is going full speed ahead on beefing up the nuclear triad and expensive modernization - despite cries from his own party.
For the sake of the Syrian people, Assad should go, but that change of regime isn't going to happen at the US's behest.
If Biden and Putin do meet later this year, they shouldn't spend time rehashing their irreconcilable differences.
To restore the 2015 nuclear deal, Biden needs Congress' support, including that of hawkish Democrats.