The new GSIS journal features articles from experts in the fields of intelligence analysis, political science, international security, homeland security, and many other topics and disciplines.
As the current presidential candidates debate the economy, it can be tempting to believe that spending and taxes are modern issues, that administrations in years past didn’t face shortfalls and revenue challenges.
The U.S. Navy is considering installing a futuristic electromagnetic gun on one of its warships. The electric gun fires a projectile at 5,000 mph.
Extinction events on Earth usually come from two sources: the asteroid belt in between Mars and Jupiter, and the Kuiper belt and Oort cloud. Are we due?
The Latest developments on the war in Syria and the tens of thousands of Syrians fleeing violence (all times local):
As a veteran, I am fortunate to have served in two separate branches of the military—the U.S. Army and the Air Force. Serving in the Army infantry challenged me and taught me a lot about myself, both physically and mentally, when I first started out.
As the number of ISIS fighter’s in Iraq and Syria decreases, they are now growing in Libya. Is the U.S. preparing for military action in Libya?
Defense Department officials recently testified to Congress that because women may now serve in all military jobs, including combat positions, Congress should require them to register for the draft just as men do.
Navy veterans received an all too familiar outcome on Friday when the Department of Veterans Affairs had, once more, denied compensation for groups of Vietnam vets exposed to Agent Orange during the war, according to reports.