Can media coverage be objective about a military that largely supports the president--and whose successes are some of his administration’s greatest achievements?
Charles J. Dunlap is a retired Air Force major general who is currently a Professor of the Practice of Law, and Executive Director of the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security at Duke Law School.
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Earlier this week, two eminent scholars contended that there were no legal grounds for strikes on Syria. Here’s another view.
Russian election interference is a serious threat. But the special counsel’s indictment of Russian trolls doesn’t show that the Kremlin won Trump the election.
Charlie Dunlap reviews Rosa Brooks' How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything: Tales from the Pentagon and says that it's the perfect book on American military culture and civil-military relations to read on that long plane ride.
With great respect for my friend Bobby, his recent post, Trump's Call for More Aggressive Material Support Prosecutions, overlooks the fact that Donald Trump’s views may well be shared by Secretary Clinton.
The Stimson Center's "Report Card" on U.S. drone policy is not a fair or accurate portrayal of the facts.
Few things have been more emblematic of the military and, indeed, political aspects of the Obama War Powers legacy than drones. As many have noted, the use of this weapons system has vastly increased during the Obama Administration, particularly in areas outside of active combat zones directly involving U.S. forces.