Paul D. Shinkman
Articles by Paul D. Shinkman
As war rages in Mali, experts unveil the hidden benefits of training foreign troops.
The worst case scenario is that the hostage crisis drags out.
Western powers still determining size and scope as Algeria boxes them out.
A State Department official says achievements in the former terrorist haven should be a model for future action in Africa.
An expert says the French hope to protect Europe's 'backyard.'
Many locals supportive of Hollande's Africa war...for now.
There is little incentive for the Syrian president to flee his country yet, experts say.
The U.S. has achieved what it set out to do in Afghanistan, president said in joint press conference
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.