To do otherwise in his meeting with Erdogan would send a message of weakness — and not just to Turkey.
National Security & Defense
The Biden Administration Is Letting a Dangerous Chinese Company Off the U.S. Government’s Investment Blacklist
The Treasury Department is defending Biden’s move, but it may end up helping a Chinese company in Beijing’s efforts at Uyghur suppression.
G7 leaders should use their collective power to demand answers from the Chinese Communist Party on the coronavirus.
Republican governors and legislatures have some effective tools at their disposal.
The bill the Senate just passed gives Beijing carte blanche to continue exploiting the openness of America’s capital markets.
Capitol ‘Terrorism’ Commentary by Former Counterintelligence Chief Highlights FBI’s Politicization Problem
The erosion of public trust in the FBI is a big problem for the country — for both the rule of law and national security.
Milley’s comments give lie to the still-too-persistent talking point that the U.S. spends more on its military than ‘the next ten countries combined.’
A once-ambitious attempt to counter the major U.S. foe has become a toothless messaging exercise.
DOD officials worried that deploying the National Guard would contribute to the ‘appearance of overmilitarization.’
The Wuhan labs are the prime suspects, as they have been from the very beginning.