The line between “hero” and “victim” is blurry and rendered meaningless when the former is over-used
In Defense One, Butch Bracknell and I explain “Why ‘Different Spanks for Different Ranks’ Are Often Justified.”
My latest for The National Interest takes a contrarian view on the new National Defense Strategy.
My latest for The National Interest, “How Trump’s National Security Strategy Breaks with the Past,” has posted.
Early panic over the Brexit referendum was an overreaction. It’s time for statesmanship.
My latest for War on The Rocks, “Professional Military Education and the Rigor Problem, has posted.
My latest for RealClearDefense, “The Forgotten Veterans of Desert Storm,” has posted. The headline belies the argument.
A controversial article arguing prominent war critics should be targeted as enemy combatants is worth discussing.
My latest for War on The Rocks, “The Inter-Service Wars Are Looking Like Calvinball,” has posted.
I was on yesterday afternoon’s edition of Federal News Radio’s “In Depth” with Francis Rose discussing my recent piece in The National Interest on military retirement reform.
Another commentary on the National Security Strategy, this one at The Hill.
The first installment of my analysis of the National Security Strategy.
My latest for The National Interest, “Obama’s Paris Blunder: Part of a Much Bigger Problem,” has posted.
The abrupt departure of Chuck Hagel says much more about Administration policy than it does about Chuck Hagel.
My latest for RealClearDefense: “Senator Walsh’s Unrepresentative Black Mark on Professional Military Education”
My latest for War on the Rocks: “Don’t Believe Everything You Read in the Papers.”
My latest for The National Interest, “Europe’s Free Ride on the American-Defense Gravy Train,” has posted.
My latest collaboration with Butch Bracknell, “Ahmed Abu Khattala and the Miranda-Rights Question,” has posted in The National Interest.