Political debates about the causes of the European crisis are irrelevant to young men with nothing to lose.
Mexico is taking a more holistic approach to the cartel problem but will not abandon the use of force against cartels.
It is not democracy that the United States should primarily want, but a regional balance of power that will reduce the risk of war.
Europe once sought transcendence, but tore itself apart. It has now chosen comfort, but has lost it.
Counterterrorism agencies cannot detect every threat and defend every possible target, but grassroots defenders can help.
How can one be a statesman amid reduced American influence in a semi-anarchic world?
NATO created a sense of unity within the West that is now lost.
The indictment of a former spy shows some of the challenges facing U.S. counterintelligence agencies.