Why should we continue to maintain an expensive, permanent military presence in Europe? This question, raised over a decade ago when the Soviet Union passed...

With this autumn’s discussion in Washington over what to do about Iraq there arrived also the season of protests. They were everywhere. In the national...

See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA’s War on Terrorism by Robert Baer Crown. 284 pp. $25.95 Robert Baer, a CIA officer...

With whom, or what, is the United States at war? The answer to this question has far-reaching implications for strategy, for public diplomacy, and for...

“Bob Kerrey a baby-killer? Laughing, literate Bob Kerrey?” So wondered Mary McGrory in the pages of the Washington Post. And so have many others wondered...

James Clay Moltz: Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. would be well advised to listen to some sensible old Republicans regarding missile defense [“Bush, Missile Defense, and the...

To the Editor: In his review of my book, The Transformation of American Air Power [January], Andrew J. Bacevich suggests that I stop “just short” of...

The Transformation of American Air Power by Benjamin S. Lambeth Cornell. 337 pp. $29.95 In the long history of warfare, the air weapon is a latecomer, arriving on...

The Kinder, Gentler Military: Can America’s Gender-Neutral Fighting Force Still Win Wars? by Stephanie Gutmann Scribner. 283 pp. $25.00 In a recent piece of news analysis, the New...

To the Editor: In “Making the World Safe for VX” [October 1998], Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. mischaracterizes the position of the Chemical Manufacturers Association (CMA) on...

The Wrong War: Why We Lost in Vietnam by Jeffrey Record Naval Institute Press. 217 pp. $27.95 Saigon fell almost a quarter-century ago, yet the Vietnam war still...

To the Editor: In their article, “Now May We Please Defend Ourselves?” [July], Robert Kagan and Gary Schmitt deal at length with the Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty,...