Our Navy has shrunk by half since Ronald Reagan's tenure, and nobody's talking about our increased vulnerability.
Baffled by the president's ideas on Iran? Try thinking like a leftist.
The know-nothings at State and the New York Times will leave us vulnerable.
James Fanell rightly questioned Obama's "pivot to Asia" strategy. A better strategy exists regarding our Navy, China, and Taiwan.
Investments in smaller, technologically advanced naval systems must be matched by investments in capital ships.
China's establishment of an Air Defense Identification Zone in the East China Sea is a direct challenge to its neighbors.
The future lies in Israeli, Cypriot, and Greek cooperation on newly discovered natural gas fields.
Imagining the results of our current shortsighted policy.
Let's not forget Taiwan, Japan, and other U.S. friends in the region.
Self-censorship in the face of Islamist violence directed against free speech does not demonstrate respect for other cultures. It shows fear.
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates doesn't seem concerned that the Navy is getting smaller as our need for it is growing.