Note for non-Twitterers: Yes this is from her Twitter account.
In addition to buying weapons (in defiance of UN sanction) from North Korea, Ethiopia has also decided that starving rebel regions is appropriate behavior: The Ethiopian government is blockading emerg
I’m pretty much in agreement with Matt on the Air Force in Iraq and Afghanistan: As William S. Lind observed on June 11, the rise in strikes is indicative of the ongoing failure of the “su
Via Noah at Danger Room comes this: “The poobahs are worried that ‘the new emphasis on… counterinsurgency may be undermining conventional [big war] capabilities.'” “The m
I’m as skeptical of the latest offensive effort as of just about all the other offensives that US forces have launched in Iraq, and I’m wondering whether the planning and execution of this
There’s a front page article in today’s USA Today about the Pentagon’s decision to convert to the MRAP, or Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle, as a replacement for the Humvee. T
From Armed Forces Journal, Lt. Colonel Paul Yingling. Apparently, this has been making the rounds inside the USMC. It’s surprising and impressive to see an LTC aim the guns at his superiors. Aft
Max Boot blunders into an interesting point. In denouncing our allies for being insufficiently militaristic, he manages to ask an interesting question. Here’s the dreck: Britain is hardly alone