The U.S. Army is trying to reform its acquisition process.
Can the United Nations hope to effectively address real cybersecurity issues?
Ideological mudslinging provides a poor basis for understanding military readiness.
A society of trust is, by necessity, a society of identification.
Can the Pentagon fix its bookkeeping problems?
How to start comprehensive immigration reform conversations in the next Congress.
Such a move would see accelerated power projection into space at a time of growing complexity and few answers.
No changes are permanent, but change is.
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