The Pentagon may dodge the sequester bullet, but the drawdown is real.
The future of the aerospace defense industry is not nearly as bad as the industry would have you believe.
In an uncertain world ... and 4 other ‘truths' America's generals want to sell you.
Or why the Pentagon needs to think big and look to the past in order to prepare for the chaotic technowars of the future.
When the Pentagon tried to save its awful TV channel, it called in Washington's most infamous TV producer-turned-party-thrower.
America's politicians are abandoning their responsibilities in the Middle East. What follows could be very dangerous.
Why you shouldn't worry about the Pentagon cutting personnel.
A just-released CIA report pulls the covers off America's most famous spy plane -- and Area 51.
At the stroke of a pen, President Obama could reassure a key ally and put Pyongyang back in its box. Here’s how.
Look on the bright side: It could have been 0.
Thomas P.M. Barnett lets the White House off the hook for the Pentagon's dysfunction.
The improbable tale of a West Virginia heiress the Pentagon hired to take on Somalia's jihadists.
How the neocons lost the sequester battle -- but maybe not the war.
FP asked more than 70 top military thinkers to fill in the blanks on the world's global conflicts -- from the drone wars to the budget wars.
The military's Chicken Littles want you to think the sky is falling. Don't believe them: America has never been safer.
America's relative decline means that defense and social spending will have to compete head to head, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing.
In a dangerous and changing world, President Obama is just wishing away the problems America faces.
Events in Mali show why it’s time to take a fresh look at the Pentagon’s military assistance programs.
Debating Robert Zoellick's vision for reintegrating economics into U.S. foreign policy.
How did the phrase become shorthand for Washington's embrace of budget brinkmanship?
Don't worry, we can still nuke Russia even if we go over the fiscal cliff.
The key ingredient missing in our policymaking these days? Creativity.