The latest news on foreign policy
Amid warnings of declining power, evidence points to continued dominance.
The NATO forces who burned Korans in Afghanistan got cultural training.
Leading Republican presidential candidates consider pre-emptively striking foes.
Lawmakers and a key military official seem reluctant to let special ops chief shift forces.
Obama's Special Ops gamble.
A second round of deep budget cuts could force the Army to shed up to 100,000 more troops.
Intel, Military Leaders Differ on Afghanistan
RAND Analyst Says Iran is planning for an 'Asymmetric' naval conflict.
Pentagon reports no troop, equipment shifts to prepare for new operations in Middle East.
Analysts: F-35 endorsement is good news for Lockheed Martin.