By: Robert Haddick The U.S. should intervene (carefully) in Syria. Not to save Syria, but rather to prepare for the future.
By: Robert Haddick China is inexorably accumulating small changes in the South China Sea, confounding U.S. strategy in the region.
By: Robert Haddick Iran is tripping up the “Pacific Pivot.” Contrary to its plans, the Pacific is now the Pentagon's “economy of force” theater of operations.
By: Robert Haddick If the Pentagon wants to save money on weapons, maybe it needs to think big rather than small.
By: Robert Haddick The Afghan conflict may be about to mutate again, this time into an old-fashioned war between Afghanistan and Pakistan.