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The South China Sea: Lessons From ‘Thirteen Days’

  • John Moore/Getty Images

    Backing the Wrong Horse in Iraq

  • Reuters

    Fighting for Hearts and Minds in Anbar

  • Zack Baddorf/U.S. Navy

    Re-Balancing the ‘Pivot’: New Multilateral Approach to Asia

  • CNN

    The New CNN Effect: Pentagon Signals Assertive South China Sea Policy

  • Jonathan Snyder/USAF

    U.S. Bombers to Australia: Washington’s Deployments in the Pacific

  • Kevin Bromley/U.S. Army

    Sarin Gas Cover-Up Continues

  • Corporal Jad Sleiman/USMC

    South Africa and Africa’s Place in America’s Security Strategy

  • Renee L. Sitler/U.S. Army

    The Lies still Killing Gulf War Vets

  • RIA Novosti

    U.S. Remains Top Arms Exporter, but Russia is Nipping at its Heels

  • via Youtube

    Reimagining the IS Debate

  • KCNA

    Fantasies of the Fleet: The Emotion of Submarines

  • Sebastian Backhaus

    Turkey’s Convoluted Path Suggests a Tough Fit Within U.S.-Defined Mission

  • Aris Messinis

    The Rise of ISIS: Who’s to Blame?

  • Djibouti

    Is Djibouti a Reliable Partner in the Fight Against Terrorism?

  • Reuters

    Blind Leading the Blind: Why Air Strikes Against ISIS Will Fail

  • Google

    A U.S.-Vietnam Alliance or (still) a U.S.-China-Vietnam Triangle?

  • F-18

    As America Fights Terror, it Loses More Than it Gains

  • F-18

    The Politics of the Anti-ISIS Coalition

  • Screenshot

    Beheadings are the Middle East’s Twisted Ice Bucket Challenge

  • Paul Shaw

    Airstrikes Alone Won’t Defeat ISIS

  • Google

    False Solutions: the Islamic State, the Kurds and Generational War

  • Google

    Understanding the ISIL Trinity

  • via Youtube

    Rise of the Islamic State Signals a Changing World Order

  • Book

    Review of Carlotta Gall’s ‘The Wrong Enemy’

  • via Youtube

    Is Baghdadi’s Caliphate Pure Fantasy?

  • via Youtube

    ISIS is the Mafia of the Middle East

  • Associated Press

    Let Iraq Fail

  • China

    Fearing China: Gaps, Assumptions and Military Spending

  • IISS

    Defining Times: How China and Japan Set Norms and Borders

  • Peter Foley/EPA

    From D-Day to Today: U.S. Foreign Policy is at a Turning Point

  • Afghanistan

    Budget Uncertainty puts America’s National Security Interests at Risk

  • Eastern Mennonite University

    A Conversation with Farshid Hakimyar

  • Pete Souza

    Obama Arrives in Asia Empty-Handed

  • Chuck Hagel

    Gunboat Diplomacy in South China Sea Can Lead to a Red Line

  • USS Donald Cook

    Russian Jet Buzzes the U.S. Warship

  • Afghanistan

    Afghanistan’s Day of Truth

  • Submarine

    How India views Sea Power

  • Marshal Fahim

    Marshal Fahim’s Death will not Affect Afghanistan’s Political Stability

  • Viktor Drachev/AFP

    WikiLeaks, NATO & the Crisis in the Ukraine