National Security, Terrorism, and the Military
Snowden's a whistleblower but he's no hero.
China denounced 'purely domestic' NSA surveillance in an April report on human rights in the U.S.
Kennedy presented a radical idea: Peaceful coexistence.
The feds wouldn't be able to accumulate this data if private companies weren't already doing it.
Top rebel general calls on U.N. for assistance in critical stronghold.
Americans agree that citizenship shouldn't serve as a 'shield' for suspected terrorists.
New rhetoric for defeating al-Qaida includes plan for closing Guantanamo Bay.
Public officials should resist this pressure to take action in the charged atmosphere immediately following a terrorist attack.
Caution in asserting American power may turn out to be self-defeating.
What would Ike make of the modern military budget?