The Pentagon has shifted American defense strategy from a focus on countering terrorism to dealing with threats posed by anti-democratic states such as China and Russia.
A leaked draft of the latest Nuclear Posture Review reveals that President Trump is preparing to boost U.S. nuclear weapons by developing new arms and modernizing older weapons and delivery platforms.
Russia has dispatched an intelligence gathering ship to the Caribbean Sea that is being closely monitored by the Pentagon, according to defense officials.
An internal Pentagon nuclear study confirms Russia is developing an intercontinental-range nuclear-armed underwater drone.
A former CIA operations officer has been charged with mishandling secret information about recruited CIA agents, the Justice Department announced Tuesday.
British spy novelist John LeCarre elegantly called it the oldest question of all: Who can spy on the spies? He was talking about counterintelligence—the often arcane business of finding foreign spies who try to penetrate intelligence services.
China is constructing its second overseas military base in Pakistan as part of a push for greater power projection capabilities along strategic sea routes.
China’s Communist Party adopted a secret plan in September to bolster the North Korean government with increased aid and military support, including new missiles, if Pyongyang halts further nuclear tests, according to an internal party document.
President Trump’s new national security strategy lists expanding American influence around the world as one of four pillars of the new doctrine.
North Korea conducted a “reckless” global cyber attack affecting governments and businesses around the world, the Trump administration revealed on Tuesday.