DEFENSE - ALL ARTICLES
A few coding tweaks are all that's needed to stop the next Snowden, former official says.
States have a duty to protect civilians—and that requires transparency when they're hurt or killed, says report.
The legislation sponsored by Missouri Democrat Claire McCaskill doesn't take away a commander's ability to decide if a sexual-assault case should be ...
Christine Wormuth, next policy chief at DOD, says the Quadrennial Defense Review addresses all threats to U.S. national security, including Russia. By Ben ...
'If Russia really wanted to deal a devastating blow . . . they could have definitely done it.'
White House notes federal employee compensation hasn’t kept pace with rising education levels or the private sector.
Crimea may be lost, but President Obama should fly to Brussels and reassure Europe that NATO will keep Putin out of Eastern Ukraine. By Barry Pavel
Veteran diplomat Dennis Ross says the U.S. response to Ukraine will have strong reverberations across the Middle East. By Bernard Gwertzman
The spy agency should pay a price for its intransigence. But not enough legislators are willing to defend the oversight role of their colleagues.
Test did not sample source of last month’s leaks.