Donald Trump's ever-changing stance on U.S. intervention in Syria.
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Despite Trump's distaste for global entanglements, the U.S. is spending more and more in Syria.
The White House said Chad had improved its security "information sharing practices" with U.S. officials.
The Pentagon is offering an alternative to closing bases, and Congress should support it.
A key Republican senator thinks so, and is pushing to send one of the U.S. Army’s new advising brigades there.
Super-strong materials, cyber defenses are on the agenda as the Army Research Lab launches new partnerships.
After the latest suspected chemical attack, the United States has four options.
The National Security Strategy does a good job at listing problems and suggesting fixes. But there’s more to strategy than that.
Analysis: Military Mission In Puerto Rico After Hurricane Was Better Than Critics Say But Suffered Flaws
Compared to its foreign disaster missions, the U.S. military mobilized slowly after Maria. But in numbers, capacity and logistics coordination, its work in Puerto Rico was on par with other aid efforts.
The president officially walked back last week’s off-the-cuff remark that the U.S. would leave Syria ‘very soon,’ leaving even more questions about the mission.