Right Analysis / Charles Paige
Charles Paige / Jun. 3, 2020

Afghanistan: Bad Policy, Bad Strategy, Bad Politics

As U.S. policymakers ponder withdrawal later this year, here are some warnings.

Charles Paige / Apr. 16, 2020

Profiles of Valor: Marine Raider Benjamin Carson

A much-needed story of how one man made a very positive difference in the world.

Charles Paige / Apr. 6, 2020

Carrier Captain Torpedoes National Security

Contrary to the Leftmedia praise, Crozier should have been relieved of his command.

Charles Paige / Mar. 26, 2020

Profiles of Valor: U.S. Army CWO 5 (Retired) Douglas Englen

During a time of crisis, taking note of American heroes is well worthwhile.

Charles Paige / Feb. 27, 2020

Peace in Afghanistan? We'll See

Why not just sign the peace deal — any peace deal — walk away and call it good?

Charles Paige / Nov. 7, 2019

Settled Science? Diet and Climate

Bad science has consequences, regardless of what it's attempting to prove.

Charles Paige / Oct. 21, 2019

Is the Army Combat Fitness Test Sexist?

Nope, but the usual suspects complain about the settled science on men and women.

Charles Paige / Oct. 15, 2019

Middle East 'Insanity'

We will continue to muddle along in this gray area between peace and war until...

Charles Paige / Jul. 31, 2019

Corps Values

Recent misdeeds by military personnel prompt question about rot in the ranks.

Charles Paige / May 24, 2019

Trump Military Pardons — Good Optics, Bad Policy

The most controversial of Trump's proposed pardons are for a sailor and soldier.

Charles Paige / Mar. 12, 2019

Folding on Foal Eagle With South Korea

Trump's decision to cut war exercises with South Korea has significant implications.

Charles Paige / Mar. 5, 2019

Not a Plan for Victory in Afghanistan

Talking to the Taliban isn't necessarily bad, but the U.S. must be careful.

Charles Paige / Jan. 29, 2019

Women and Selective Service Registration

Questions regarding when and how women serve in the military are still prevalent.

Charles Paige / Dec. 11, 2018

Muddling Along in Afghanistan

After 17 years, a look at our strategy and how to achieve national-security objectives.

Charles Paige / Dec. 4, 2018

Kids These Days

The young generation is learning things that will have to be unlearned or undone.

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