This Is the Way Democracy Ends, Not With a Bang, but With a Book Deal
A Rubric for Understanding How National Defense Issues Play Out in U.S. Culture
U.S. National Security Is Missing Vital Information and Honorable Men
The Jim Mattis Saga Offers a Glimpse of an Administration in Decline
Ahead of His New Book, Jim Mattis Is Walking a Tightrope
How Long Can We Go Without a Secretary of Defense?
Mattis’ Departure Will Make a Lot of People Nervous. It Should.
Mattis to Retire at the End of February, Cites Disagreements With Trump in Letter
Trump Is Arguing Both Sides of the Defense Spending Debate
The Trump Administration Calls for End to War in Yemen, Won’t Actually Do the Thing Necessary to Stop It
Trump Really Wants Troops on the Border. But There’s Not Much for Them to Do.
Jim “Mad Dog” Mattis Reportedly Demoted to “Moderate Dog,” Could Be “Gone Dog” After the Midterms
A Bunch of Trump’s Senior Administration Officials Rush to Say, “It Wasn’t Me”
Bob Woodward’s New Book Makes It Seem Like Everyone in the Administration Hates Trump
Why Trump’s Latest Weird North Korea Rant Was Bad News for Mattis
The North Korea Peace Process Can’t Collapse Because It Only Exists in Trump’s Head
New Mattis Statement Stops Juuuuust Short of Saying Everything Trump Did This Week Was a Bad Idea
Trump’s Orders for the Military to Intern Civilians Are Unlawful. James Mattis Should Say No.
James Mattis Is Being Pushed Out of Trump’s Inner Circle. That Should Worry All of Us.
James Mattis Has Adopted Some Dangerously Out-of-Date Ideas About Nuclear Weapons