The United States does not need Iran's help to defeat the Islamic State. The last thing Washington should do is give Iran's role in the region more credibility and a wider scope for its ambitions.
With Friday’s “interim release” of the Department of Defense’s next phase of acquisition reform, Better Buying Power 3.0, we turn to PSF contributor William Greenwalt for some initial thoughts.
While many people inside the Beltway say they want to halt the cuts required by the Budget Control Act (BCA), several factors are conspiring to prevent this momentum from possibly leading to renewed American military strength.
US airstikes in Syria, targeting the Islamic State, were more pinpricks than shock-and-awe. They also reflected the administration's unfocused strategy as they dispersed a limited size force across multiple different targets.
The clear take away from all this is that Senator Rubio has thought deeply about the role of commander-in-chief and that responsibility appears to be a major driving force behind his expected presidential run.
In a major public address earlier this week, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) offered a forceful endorsement of American strength, leadership and internationalism.
A globally integrated commercial-defense industrial base should provide the U.S. with maximum innovation at minimum cost. Politically, this has been and will continue to be a difficult and challenging objective to achieve.
We welcome you to join us as Brown shares her perspective on the role of the courts in seeking educational justice and advocating for continued reform.
AEI welcomes you to this Philanthropic Freedom Project event, in which Novogratz will describe her work investing in early-stage enterprises, what she has learned at the helm of Acumen, and the role entrepreneurship can play in the fight against global poverty.