Brazil received some pretty bad economic news yesterday. In my latest (exceedingly well timed) WPR piece, I talk a bit about how Brazil's apparent aspirations to influence don't fit very.
My latest at WPR takes a look at the Russia-China arms trade: By the middle of the last decade, however, the factors that made the relationship so strong had begun.
There's good reason to wonder if the debt ceiling deal will result in significant defense cuts, as the current arrangement is sufficiently ambiguous to still allow some slow growth. Nevertheless,.
A couple of weeks ago, the WaPo had an interesting enough article on cancelled military programs: The Army’s Comanche helicopter was envisioned as “the quarterback of the digital battlefield,” a.
Bernstein: It seems to me that one of the biggest differences between the current budget battle and the budget wars of the past (specifically the 1980s through Bill Clinton's first.
In a little over an hour, we'll find out whether our next generation of in-flight tanker will be a decent plane built by decent, hard-working Americans, or a somewhat better.
My latest at WPR is on military procurement and IP: The IP dynamics of military equipment are complicated, and two alternative systems of managing IP issues in military procurement have.
A variety of people have contributed thoughts on progressive security policy. Without getting too much into the weeds on each one, they all provide a certain amount of grist, from.