Canceling the missile strike against Iran made the White House look indecisive, but it could be turned to America's advantage
For James Stavridis's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Only a global alliance will deter Iran from attacks at sea.
The best approach for the U.S. now is to return to a greater focus on allies, partners and friends.
Increasing military cooperation helps both sides now, but in the long run Beijing will rule.
By creating so much daylight between himself and America's strongest ally in Asia, Trump weakens U.S. credibility and geopolitical strength in the region.
The Islamic State has morphed into an web-based organization fueling cells and attacks across the globe.
Why is a nation with no polar shoreline building nuclear icebreakers? Hydrocarbons and trade routes.
Worried about Huawei's 5G? Wait till it gets into the game for 95 percent of all data and voice traffic.
India's election and Pakistan's economic crisis are coming at a very bad time.
As U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held their summit in Vietnam, the narrow focus on nuclear weapons obscured a major danger: Kim holds the whip in a three-ring circus of weapons of mass destruction. The other two rings, ...