Paul D. Shinkman
Articles by Paul D. Shinkman
Defense Department's second-in-command instructs leadership to prepare for Congress' financial inaction.
New threats and priorities will yield a military financial plan unlike any in recent decades.
Floating the 'Zero Option' of U.S. troops in Afghanistan sends the wrong message, experts say.
White House likely won't have definitive numbers following Karzai meeting on Friday.
If confirmed, the former soldier, CEO, and senator will have to draw on all of his varied work experience, experts say.
The president's nominee for CIA director has unique experience in and out of Washington, experts say.
The ousted ISAF commander returns to the spotlight with a new book.
Sectarian violence in the region could split the country.
What 2012 spells for the end of the war.
Women-only taxis, calls for death penalty among online discussion in India.