The Middle Eastern power vacuum often discussed by the foreign-policy establishment does not exist. America’s adversaries have already filled it.
Sea power gives the U.S. the necessary strategic flexibility to counter China in an uncertain environment.
The cost of submission to Beijing’s geopolitical ambitions is one that we cannot, under any circumstances, afford to pay.
A proposal to drop the epic poets is an indicator of a civilization that is losing its way.
America cannot sacrifice a critical strategic alliance on the altar of ideological purity.
The Navy needs to keep it while increasing its fleet of aircraft carriers.