Articles by Heather Hurlburt
Having Syria move toward signing the Chemical Weapons Convention changes the dynamics in the Middle East.
Is the United Nations doctrine a failure or a success in Syria?
Inside-the-beltway cynicism about John Kerry's effort is unfounded.
When was the last time a president argued with not just a heckler but himself, laying out the pros and cons of different options?
We must not turn on each other, or our institutions, or our own freedoms, whatever the truth behind these terrible attacks proves to be.
After an election season lacking a serious discussion of foreign policy, the State of the Union revealed a complex outlook.
The basic structure of military retirement has not changed in 100 years, leaving veterans worrying about providing for their families.
The public prefers Sen. Chuck Hagel's more thoughtful approach to the use of force over the muscular unilateralism of his opponents.
The Senate can and should demand transparency from Brennan on torture, drones, and counterterrorism strategies.
Talk of Chuck Hagel's nomination as secretary of defense has sparked fights over whether or not his views on defense spending and the Middle East are sufficiently "mainstream."