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North Korea and the Risks of Miscalculation

As tensions rise in East Asia, they highlight the dangers of Trump’s unpredictability.

U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal 1st Class Tyler Brooks, Task Force Sparta, teaches how to identify and counter improvised explosive devices to participants from African Union Mission in Somalia troop contributing countries in 2016.

Why Did Donald Trump Send Dozens of Troops to Somalia?

He has changed gears bigly when it comes his position on military intervention.

A boy walks among rubble in Taiz, Yemen in 2016.

What's Really at Stake for America in Yemen's Conflict

As the Trump administration navigates the risks of escalation, there’s a real danger it will get the calculus wrong.

Mike Pompeo addresses Army Reserve Soldiers in Kansas in 2016.

Remember When Mike Pompeo Loved Wikileaks?

Now the head of the CIA wants to get tough on the “non-state hostile intelligence service.” That won’t be so easy.

President Donald Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke at a joint news conference in the East Room of the White House Wednesday.

It’s Too Early to See a 'Trump Effect' on NATO Spending

The president's rhetoric may have allies talking about their growing defense spending, but it won’t affect most budget proposals for months.

Pentagon Headed to Court Against Small Business Advocate

Judge sets December trial for unfulfilled FOIA request on mystery contracting program.

A monorail dry-run test at Holloman Air Force Base in July 2013 had no payload and used three representative carbon-epoxy panels mounted on the top and sides of the sled.

Army Exploring ‘Devastating’ New Weapon For Use In War with Russia

The Kinetic Energy Projectile would be a tungsten warhead that moves at three times the speed of sound, destroying anything in its path.

Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and U.S. Army Gen. Joseph Votel, the commander of U.S. Central Command, brief the press at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., April 11, 2017.

‘No Doubt’ Syria Behind Chemical Attack, Mattis Says

And Trump’s rush order for a counter-ISIS plan, remains just a “skeleton,” Mattis said. "It's going to take time."