There’s little evidence that military policing in Colombia improves public safety, research finds.
Physical, emotional, or sexual abuse in childhood may increase military service members’ risk of developing PTSD.
A computational model could help the military make more efficient use of helicopters on the battlefield, researchers report.
Service members are more likely to store guns safely when military law enforcement delivers the message to do so.
The United States public prefers when the country works with other military powers, protects civilians, and resolves conflict peacefully, research on military intervention finds.
The invasion of Ukraine sparked Cold War worries about Russia’s nuclear arsenal. Gary Samore says the risk of nuclear war “is very low.”
Vladimir Putin “has created a trap for himself, and however the crisis plays out, it is likely to leave him in a weaker position than he was before.”
An expert explains what Russia hopes to achieve by increasing its military presence along the border of Ukraine and why its policies are backfiring.