Michael P. Noonan
Articles by Michael P. Noonan
The 2001 authorization of force may need a rewrite, but modern war isn’t going away.
Members of the armed services should stay out of the partisan spitting match around Benghazi.
Making a large shift in military priorities could push future adversaries to try to exploit our weaknesses.
He can do something or do nothing – and doing nothing really isn't an option.
Will Obama's foreign policy be complicated by the Boston bombings?
Finding the best way to provide assistance is critical to helping promote security in a troublesome world.
Using drone strikes is a way to avoid outcomes for which Americans won't stand.
Geopolitical reality demands some compromise between the White House and Congress.
While some claim that the war was the biggest mistake in the history of American foreign policy, I find that argument to be a bit overblown.
Declining budgets mean that funds need to be spent more wisely and be in line with desired strategic ends.