The future of airpower depends on “increased lethality,” the chief of staff of the Air Force, General David L. Goldfein, told an audience at a lecture hosted by the Air Force Association in Washington, D.C., on July 28.
The United States should be wary of entering into negotiations with North Korea, witnesses told a congressional committee on Wednesday.
A new generation of al Qaeda is surging, according to experts testifying before the subcommittee on counterterrorism and intelligence on Thursday.
Mahmoud Abbas is alive. The 82-year-old man remains president of the Palestinian National Authority. But at a luncheon discussion in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, his new biographers and everyone else present spoke of him in the past tense.
Terrorist attacks are sure to continue long after ISIS ceases to be a credible threat, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R., Ill.) said at a discussion hosted by the Heritage Foundation on Tuesday.
The NeW National Conference gathered to discuss conservatism in America and the impact of women on the movement on June 22.
China’s dual sense of identity—as a global player and a regional power—is the key to understanding the twists and turns of the nation’s policies, panelists at the Heritage Foundation said Wednesday. Gathering for a day-long conference, 10 American and Chinese analysts discussed “China’s Emerging Role in the World and U.S.–China Relations.”
Vladimir Putin can only maintain Russia’s importance by seeking the failure of other countries, Rep. Adam Smith (D., Wash.) said at the American Enterprise Institute on Tuesday.
The Truman-Regan Medal of Freedom was awarded to Matt Larr, the former prime minister of Estonia, at the 10th Annual Truman-Reagan Medal of Freedom and Roll Call of Nations Ceremony held Friday a the Victims of Communism Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Sixty-eight countries in the world are deteriorating from war, violence, and terrorism, with over 65 million refugees now driven from their homes, nearly double what the number was a decade ago. And yet, according to speakers at the presentation of the annual Global Peace Index, the world in 2017 is “slightly more peaceful” than it was a year ago, and the condition of global peace is marginally better.