It's not a problem for civil-military relations.
Iraq can be saved from civil war--if the United States keeps its nerve.
What's wrong with the 2006 Quadrennial Defense Review.
The biggest danger in Iraq now is drawing down too quickly.
With the proper strategy, victory in Iraq is far more likely than people think.
For democracy to thrive in Iraq, the Sunnis must know they are defeated.
From the January 17, 2005 issue: What Rumsfeld's defenders don't want to admit.
From the December 27, 2004 issue: It's too small.
The attacks on Russia are attacks on us, too.
From the May 24, 2004 issue: It's even worse than you think.
From the May 3, 2004 issue: What's needed to defeat the Iraqi insurgents.
Resorting to magical thinking about defense obligations.
From the July 7 / July 14, 2003 issue: Our military is too small for the jobs it has to do.
From the February 21, 2003 issue: Delay can sometimes be immoral
Bush has an ambitious foreign policy, but not the budget to match.
Why we need more ground troops in Afghanistan.
They're the ones who should fear us.
A long-term U.S. strategy for Central Asia.
Is it June 1950 all over again?
Winning won't be easy, but it's doable.