Thomas Burke, Eric Reid
During a Congressional hearing on June 16, 2020, top legal officers from the US Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps acknowledged the results of a 2019 study from the Government Accountability Office, which noted that Black and Hispanic servicemembers of any gender were significantly more likely to be sent to court-martial for formal punishment after an act of misconduct than their white counterparts. The judge advocates of each of these wings of Armed Forces recognized that this is, indeed,...
Gen. Mark Milley's recent apology for walking with President Trump to his church photo-op has prompted discussion about how the military maintains nonpartisanship under a Trump administration.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison will commit to spending $270 billion over the next decade on Australia's defence capabilities, while warning Australia needs to prepare for a post-COVID world that is "poorer, more dangerous and more disorderly."
The public outrage following the killing of George Floyd has refocused many in Congress and the public on the need for police reform. Some of the proposals are simply outrageous, such as “abolishing” the police or defunding police departments seen by some as “systemically” racist institutions incapable of reform. Other