Jamil N. Jaffer of George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School debates Bonnie Kristian of Defense Priorities.
We are already engaged in a very real cyber war. We must recognize and confront reality.
Nearly a third of active-duty troops told pollsters they have witnessed or experienced a racist or white nationalist incident.
"In contrast, we believe Joe Biden has the character, experience, and temperament to lead this nation," the group said in a statement.
A D.C. court announced Thursday it will hear an appeal of the dismissal of Flynn's conviction for lying to prosecutors about his communication with a Russian diplomat during the 2016 presidential transition.
Given recent events, Israel must commit to decoupling from China.
The CIA should not have free rein with a tactic that could implicate the United States in a new war—in the worst-case scenario, nuclear conflict with Russia or China.
We must rebuild the industrial American heartland.
America needs a plan to cement itself as the dominant power in space.
The U.S. should follow India's lead, when it comes to TikTok.
"The Chinese Communist Party believes it's in a generational fight to surpass our country in economic and technological leadership," said FBI Director Christopher Wray.
The World Trade Organization brushed aside a Saudi attempt to lean back on national security in a content piracy dispute with Qatar. This clashes with the position of the current Administration on trade—and sovereignty.
"Trump commingled the personal and the national not just on trade questions but across the whole field of national security," former National Security Adviser John Bolton wrote.
"Maybe [Bolton]'s not telling the truth," President Donald Trump told reporters on Monday. "He's been known not to tell the truth, a lot."
Memorial Day is perfect time to ponder why America is worth fighting for.
The Departments of Justice, Homeland Security and Defense, among others, warned that authorizing China Telecom could give the Chinese government access to U.S. telecommunications networks.
Viruses don't care about borders, national identities or weapons. The concept of "security" must be redefined.
William McRaven made an impassioned defense of former Director of National Intelligence, the country's chief spy, Joseph Maguire, who the admiral said he knew for more than four decades.
"John Bolton, in his own words, is revealing that the emperor has no clothes," said the former Obama deputy national security adviser.
The president also said it would not be good to have someone testify who had left his administration on bad terms.
Douglas London, a 34-year veteran of the CIA, warned that Trump is primarily focused on "celebrity" and "headlines."
"Staying silent will only lead observers to infer that you care more about book royalties than, you know, who should be the president of the United States," Daniel W. Drezner wrote.
Photographs of the Truman Annex were discovered on the camera of a Chinese national who entered Naval Air Station Key West by climbing over rocks.
Conspiracy theories fixate on a very simple story which acts as a fable for an overarching worldview, explains Philip Seargeant, a senior lecturer in applied linguistics at The Open University.
The West is facing security threats unlike any since the end of the Cold War, but a dearth of leadership continues to plague the alliance.
The former national security adviser has so far refused to testify to House investigators, even threatening legal action if he is subpoenaed.
"If foreign actors were to gain access to this data, it would not only threaten the privacy and safety of the impacted Americans; it could also threaten US. national security," senators wrote.
The 1976 Arms Export Control Act gives the president the authority to control the flow of weapons out of U.S. borders.
"This is not how you secure a nation and its people," Tara Sonenshine said.