The United States government has sent $1.2 billion to UNRWA, a UN agency with the backing of HAMAS, which cooperates with it.
A retired Army general joins a call at least to consider a U.S. operation to rescue American citizens how held hostage in Gaza.
The U.S. must stop relying on China for biosecurity, given their active biological weapons development programs.
The International Red Cross, which has always advertised itself as neutral, has been antisemitic for decades, and still is.
On Afghan Soldier's Day, an opportunity to pause and reflect on the continuing struggle against oppression in Afghanistan.
A political-science professor and military historian asserts Israel can disarm HAMAS and get its hostages back, but cannot annihilate HAMAS.
The “do something” foreign policy of the last twenty-three years has brought no lasting results, because no one stops to think what to do.
A team at RAND discusses the increasing role of air defense in the Russia-Ukraine war and how Ukraine has sharpened its air defenses.
Donald J. Trump has criticized NATO for allowing freeloaders, and even questioned the alliance' very raison d'etre.
The fall of Avdiivka to Russian forces makes abundantly clear: regardless of how anyone feels about it, Ukraine cannot win.