The Downing Of The Fencer: Turks Take Down Russia’s Aardvark

Guns and Gear | Harold Hutchison

The downed Russian plane had the NATO code name “Fencer” and here is what it means

Air Force General: Russia Has Closed The Air Superiority Gap

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett

‘They’ve closed the gap in capability’

New Deployment Of F-22 Raptors Meant To Send A Clear Message

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
A U.S Air Force KC-10 Extender refuels an F-22 Raptor fighter aircraft prior to strike operations in Syria

James wouldn’t say how many F-22s or when they would be deployed

Turkey's ISIS War Includes Bombing Anti-ISIS Militias

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ivan Plis
Left-wing militants receive tear gas during clashes with Turkish police officers on July 26, 2015 at Gazi district in Istanbul. (BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images)

Says ‘no difference’ between Kurds and ISIS; US disagrees

Armenia And Azerbaijan Adapt To A New Geopolitical Reality In The Near East

Opinion | Alexander Murinson
Russia's President Putin attends commemoration ceremony marking centenary of mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks in Yerevan

Azerbaijan is building bridges with European partners, while Armenia looks to Russia

Nordic Countries Sign Major Defense Agreement To Ward Off Russian Aggression

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Swedish ship
'Russia's propaganda and political maneuvering are contributing to sowing discord between nations'

US Soldier Dies In Gunfight Against Afghan Allies

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ivan Plis
Afghan civil order policemen stand guard at the gate of a provincial governor's office in Jalalabad

But our combat mission is totally over, right?

Operation Dragoon Ride Is The Longest Troop Movement In Europe Since General Patton

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Operation Dragoon Ride

Letting Putin know what’s what

The US Military Just Upped The Ante With Russia In Eastern Europe

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
U.S. Marines perform premission checks on an M1A1 Abrams Tank in Camp Fallujah, Iraq, Jan. 21, 2007. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph A. Lambach)

‘For as long as required to deter Russian aggression’

Have We Forgotten More Than We Remembered About The Fall Of The Berlin Wall?

Opinion | Robert G. Kaufman
A woman takes pictures of stands with balloons placed along the former Berlin Wall location in Zimmerstrasse, to be used in the installation 'Lichtgrenze' (Border of Light) in Berlin

The best way to honor its legacy? Stop doing everything the U.S. and Western Europe are doing now.

President Obama's Foreign Policy Audacity Is Beyond Hope

Opinion | Robert G. Kaufman
Obama speaks at the Global Health Security Agenda Summit in Washington

His 60 Minutes interview, claiming we won in Ukraine, was full to bursting with misrepresentations and naiveté.

NATO Releases Satellite Photos Proving Russia Is Lying About Invading Ukraine

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

‘Russian combat soldiers…are operating inside Ukraine’s sovereign territory’

Two-Star General Killed In Afghanistan

Video | Aaron Bandler

Highest-ranking U.S. official killed in the war so far

NATO: Russian Agents Support UK Anti-fracking Groups

Business | Michael Bastasch
File picture shows Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaking during a session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2014 in St. Petersburg

‘To maintain European dependence on imported Russian gas’

US ground troops heading to Poland in response to Ukraine crisis

World | Scott Greer
Poland's Defence Minister Siemoniak speaks during an interview in Warsaw

‘Events show that what is needed is a re-pivot’

How Putin's annexation of Crimea will backfire

Opinion | Volodymyr Valkov
Ukrainian soldiers fortify a position with sandbags at a Ukrainian Army military camp set up close to the Russian border in east Ukraine

Ukraine could be a centerpiece of a new Russian empire, or the key to its undoing.

Why fast-tracking Ukraine into NATO is a terrible idea

Opinion | Ewan Watt
Demonstrators call on the U.S. to take measures against Russia's recent actions in Ukraine, in front of the White House in Washington

The rules say it can’t join with Crimea unresolved anyway, but aside from that, it would risk intensifying the conflict.

What would a strong American president do about the Ukraine crisis?

Opinion | J. D. Gordon
A woman waves a Russian flag as armed servicemen wait near Russian military vehicles outside a Ukrainian border guard post in the Crimean town of Balaclava

A credible threat of force is the only way to deter the increasingly belligerent Vladimir Putin.

NATO: The remedy for Asian instability

Opinion | Nicholas Connor
Belgium NATO Foreign Ministers.JPEG

Missile defense is the key to unlocking international cooperation.

Hillary celebrates Independence Day by apologizing to Pakistan - TheDC

US | Melissa Quinn
Hillary Clinton

In addition to Clinton’s apology for 24 dead Pakistani troops, the Obama administration will ask Congress to pay Pakistan $1.2 billion