Many and small beats large and heavy. Finding beats flanking. Swarming beats surging.
The legendary figure was in charge of strategic forecasting at the Pentagon for decades.
I have heard Trump supporters offer the following rationale for Trump’s tarris, “It is a bargaining strategy.” Then they sit back and smirk, and tell me, “Trump really wants zero tariffs, but to get these other countries to come to the table he has to get their attention. And once he has softened them up, they’ll be willing to reduce their tariffs.”
President Trump returns home from an Asian trip that wasn’t exactly impressive.
The effort to stop Donald Trump seems likely to set off a civil war inside the Republican Party.
Most in the international relations community are not amused by the president’s National Security Strategy.
Yet another autiobiography invites public discussion about her accomplishments.
Today’s foreign-policy disputes rarely consider the way America’s response to one crisis might affect another.
Walter Russell Mead explains why a well intentioned, carefully crafted and consistently pursued grand strategy failed.
Is Mitt Romney the least experienced major-party presidential nominee since1940?
America’s greatest statesmen fear America’s political paralysis endangers our ability to lead the world.
Newt Gingrich’s foreign policy vision leaves much to be desired.
Why the United States has found itself in a seemingly endless series of wars over the past two decades.
Dan Drezner: President Obama should give a speech that “clearly prioritizes American interests and values. Because unless the president defines his grand strategy, pundits will be more than happy to define it — badly — for him.”
Ten days after sending American forces into kinetic military action in Libya, President Obama addressed the nation to explain “what we’ve done, what we plan to do, and why this matters to us.”
Did President Obama pull off a diplomatic masterstroke? Or is he muddling through?
If the Soviets had put Jews into gas chambers, it would have been a pity.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine thinks all his party’s problems will be solved with this new web site. Yea, that’s the problem you guys have this year, bad web design.