Latest "strategy" stories
America’s military superiority has “eroded to a dangerous degree,” leaving the U.S. in crisis if faced with more than one conflict at once, a new congressionally-mandated report concluded.
By Aaron Mehta
Countering the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction is now in the hands of U.S. Special Operations Command, but it shouldn’t be on them alone, experts argue.
By Kyle Rempfer
Republican Sen. John McCain says President Trump and the Pentagon should offer more details on the new "strategy" in Afghanistan.
By Military Times Editors
The administration has not settled on an Afghanistan strategy, which could deploy as many as 4,000 additional U.S. forces to fight the Taliban and ISIS
By Tara Copp