The United States should make an effort to develop intelligence on Russia’s capabilities.
A nuclear-free Iran may not be consistent with the current regime staying in power.
The nuclear deterrent works, and it saves lives and it’s a bargain.
Reducing our nuclear capabilities would magnify the role of nuclear weapons in the strategy of our adversaries
It is far from clear that the administration wants to focus its counterterrorism effort where it belongs.
Missile defense can counter threats while leaving diplomatic options open.
When looked at in total, the U.S. deterrent force has many multiple strengths but also weaknesses.
Could Iran now successfully close the Strait of Hormuz? New factors suggest the answer to that question is ‘Yes.’
The Cold War was won through strength and deterrence
The president’s visit to the Gulf Cooperative Council Summit this month is an opportunity to kill two birds with one stone.
What future U.S. Senate is going to approve a treaty where the USA ends up behind the nuclear 8-ball?
Withdrawal is not a sound strategy let alone a moral one. It’s plain crazy.
Whatever one believes, the fight over nuclear modernization must be taken seriously.
Talking with enemies is fine. It’s what you talk about which is important.
A deal must be good enough for the Senate to avoid military force
There has been no “restraint” or “cooperation” on the part of Pyongyang, including in its nuclear program.