If the U.S. is able to withdrawal troops by September 11, it will certainly be historic; however, there will be a lot of difficult discussions in Washington, D.C. and Kabul between now and then.
“As September approaches, Biden may face new questions about how the last U.S. forces can leave Afghanistan without leaving chaos behind.”
“We have a new president of the United States, and we’re going to have a new secretary of defense…We can tackle these problems now.”
What’s the role of the U.S. Space Force in cybersecurity, and how does it work with other branches of the military?
Lt Gen Weinstein described white nationalism as a “cancer” that must be removed from the ranks of the U.S. military.
The Pardee Center’s series explored displacement and refugees, increased militarization of U.S. police, and growth of military contracting.
During a special online edition of Beyond the Headlines (BtH), a panel of experts from BU, Marquette University, and the U.S. Air Force discussed civil-military relations.
Appearing on PBS NewsHour, Professor Bacevich argues that ending U.S. security commitment in Europe should be one part of rethinking our overall security posture.
Lieutenant General Jack Weinstein shines a light on white nationalism in the U.S. military in a new BU Today op-ed.
Dean Adil Najam a campaign mounted by Pakistan’s military establishment against its critics in the media ahead of national elections.
Gregory Aftandilian discusses the endgame of the United States military in a post-ISIS Syria.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses the strong foothold of the military in President Donald Trump’s administration.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the involvement of the Cuban military in the country’s economy.
Wallace’s talk was entitled “The Gordian Knot — The Constitution, The Chaplaincy and 21st Century Warfare.”
Berger suggests that there is a subtle but significant shift in Japan’s military stance.
Pardee School Lecturer James C. “Jim” Wallace spoke to military representatives in the U. S. and Canada on the topic of religion.
Najam argues that Pakistan military is now committed to its new War on Terror (codenamed Zarb-e-Azb), but Pakistan society may not be ready for it.