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September 18, 2007 | Wall Street Journal
One of the quirks of modern telecommunications is that a message from, say, Peshawar, Pakistan, to Beirut, Lebanon, might easily travel over a fiber-optic cable that passes through the United States...
April 27, 2007 | Wall Street Journal
One of the more interesting sections of the war funding bill Congress will soon send President Bush is its provision for "readiness..."
January 25, 2007 | Wall Street Journal
China's foreign ministry acknowledged on Tuesday what the world press had reported for almost two weeks: a test of an anti-satellite weapon in space...
October 18, 2006 | New York Sun
The right technology, Max Boot writes, can give armies an edge that makes a country dominant for centuries…
September 6, 2006 | American Interest
“How many troops did the United States need in Iraq?” is probably destined to become an iconic foreign policy question, like “Who lost China?” or “Could we have prevented the 9/11 attacks...
December 8, 2003
The critics wanted more combat forces. The current situation, however, calls for peacekeeping and nation-building forces.
June 9, 2003
Today the United States has a defense policy that aims to minimize the death and destruction of warfare—the very qualities that define war.
January 13, 2003
The smallpox decision is the kind of complex national security calculation we can expect more of.
April 22, 2002
We need to proceed aggressively on military transformation to create the flexible, agile, and rapid-response military force required to counter the asymmetric threats we now face.
August 13, 2001
The government needs to adopt policies that let U.S. companies remain predominant in the global information economy.
March 19, 2001
Intelligence reform has usually produced more paper and process than action.