The Atlantic has a fascinating cover story by Graeme Wood titled “What ISIS Really Wants.”
The abrupt departure of Chuck Hagel says much more about Administration policy than it does about Chuck Hagel.
Former Utah governor and ambassador to China Jon Huntsman succeeds Chuck Hagel.
Denied her chance at being Secretary of State, Susan Rice will be moving to a position that is arguably just as important in shaping American foreign policy.
The smear campaign against defense secretary nominee Chuck Hagel has taken a bizarre turn.
Republican opposition to defense secretary nominee Chuck Hagel reveals just how far the party’s thinking has drifted on foreign policy.
America’s greatest statesmen fear America’s political paralysis endangers our ability to lead the world.
General Jim Jones is stepping down as National Security Advisor.
According to a new book from Bob Woorward, American policy in Afghanistan is the result of a decision making process that can only be described as chaotic at best.
Dan Drezner asks, “Has Bob Woodward jumped the shark?” My snarky response is that he did that in Bob Casey’s hospital room.
Steve Walt, Steve Clemons, Matthew Hoh and others have released a provocative new report arguing for a change in our Afghanistan strategy.
Senior staffers are already leaving the Obama administration due to burn-out. But are 18-hour days really necessary for running the White House?
Does it matter if the controversial McChrystal comments were “off the record” ? No, it doesn’t.
General Stanley McChrystal has not only likely ended his career but seriously damaged the already dimming chances of success in Afghanistan.
General Stanley McChrystal is opening his mouth again and, this time, it could cost him his job.