Chuck Hagel Is Not Controversial

January 31, 2013.

The Neocons’ Fight over Chuck Hagel Moves to Act Two

January 7, 2013.

Chuck Hagel Would Be an Excellent Secretary of Defense

December 13, 2012.

Defense Lobby’s Scare Campaign Falls Flat

December 3, 2012.

Susan Rice and the Interventionist Caucus

November 27, 2012.

Grover Norquist vs. Bill Kristol on Taxes and Pentagon Spending

November 20, 2012.

What’s So Great about a Heavy Footprint?

November 19, 2012.

Solution to Fiscal Cliff Should Include Senator Coburn’s $68 Billion in Pentagon Spending Cuts

November 15, 2012.

On Veterans Day, Support the Troops by Scrutinizing the Missions

November 12, 2012.

Will Bob Corker Be the New Face for GOP Foreign Policy?

October 25, 2012.

Has Mitt Romney Ditched His Neoconservative Talking Points?

October 23, 2012.

Romney’s 4 Percent: A Goal not a Promise, but Still Expensive

October 22, 2012.

GOP Groups’ Ads on Sequestration, Defense Jobs Are Misleading

October 17, 2012.

Zycher, Fuller and Moore Discuss Military Spending and the Economy

October 10, 2012.

Thoughts on Little America and Afghanistan

October 9, 2012.

When Obama and Romney Talk Foreign Policy, Who Wins?

September 24, 2012.

PolitiFact Weighs in on Obama and Sequestration

September 21, 2012.

Challenging the Need to Modernize the U.S. Nuclear Arsenal

September 17, 2012.

The Flawed Bipartisan Consensus on Military Spending and Foreign Policy

September 5, 2012.

Explaining the GOP’s Silence on (Current) Wars

August 30, 2012.

An Update on Different Pentagon Spending Plans

August 17, 2012.

Ryan vs. Romney on Pentagon Spending

August 13, 2012.

Are Military Spending Cuts Good for the Economy?

August 8, 2012.

The Truth about Sequestration

August 7, 2012.

A Modest Victory for Transparency and Accountability in the DoD Budget

July 20, 2012.