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Why Pentagon Weapons Programs Rarely Get Canceled Despite Major Problems
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Why Pentagon Weapons Programs Rarely Get Canceled Despite Major Problems
March 7, 2021

Let’s take a closer look at several major weapons systems that are begging to be canceled — and a rare case of one that finally was.

Lab Rats to the Front!
February 24, 2021

NATO isn’t a paper tiger, it’s a paper pussycat, Patrick Armstrong writes.

Lab Rats to the Front!
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Dangers of Military Confrontation Between the United States and China Around Taiwan and in the South China Sea
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Dangers of Military Confrontation Between the United States and China Around Taiwan and in the South China Sea
October 19, 2020

Over the past two years, the United States has dramatically increased the number of U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and destroyers sent into the South China Sea as a freedom of navigation show of force missions to remind the Chinese government that the U.S. considers the Western Pacific and the South China Sea as a part of the oceans of America and its allies.

Talking Tough and Carrying a Radioactive Stick
October 16, 2020

On August 21st, six nuclear-capable B-52H Stratofortress bombers, representing approximately one-seventh of the war-ready U.S. B-52H bomber fleet, flew from their home base in North Dakota to Fairford Air Base in England for several weeks of intensive operations over Europe.

Talking Tough and Carrying a Radioactive Stick
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The Nuclearization of American Diplomacy
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The Nuclearization of American Diplomacy
October 12, 2020

On August 21st, six nuclear-capable B-52H Stratofortress bombers, representing approximately one-seventh of the war-ready U.S. B-52H bomber fleet, flew from their home base in North Dakota to Fairford Air Base in England for several weeks of intensive operations over Europe.

As War Danger Mounts in the Arctic, Peace Hinges on a Revival of the Wallace Doctrine
October 11, 2020

The renewal of the Wallace-Gilpin spirit of development into North America’s Arctic is not only good business but also serves as a vital precondition to re-establishing a world order founded upon trust, win-win cooperation, and non-zero sum thinking.

As War Danger Mounts in the Arctic, Peace Hinges on a Revival of the Wallace Doctrine
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Provocation on the High Seas: U.S. Naval Adventures Near the Shores of Russia, China and Iran
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Provocation on the High Seas: U.S. Naval Adventures Near the Shores of Russia, China and Iran
September 27, 2020

The U.S. military will try to keep bases in Iraq and Afghanistan, but with most troops gone in the next few years, the lives of the few who remain will be at constant risk.

Is America Up for a Naval War With China?
July 18, 2020

Before we plunged into our half dozen Middle East wars, we didn’t think through where those would end. Have we considered where all our belated bellicosity toward Beijing must invariably lead, and how this all ends?

Is America Up for a Naval War With China?
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