Gary Anderson

Gary Anderson is a retired Marine Corps Colonel who has been a civilian advisor in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is an adjunct professor at the George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.

This is the first in a series of analyses of the candidates’ national security positions based primarily on information gleaned from their web sites.

If we aren’t willing to use American infantry against ISIS, perhaps we might consider using robots.

We are likely stuck with the lead from behind Global Shepherd doctrine until January 2017; this administration is not going admit that it is wrong at this point.

The myth of ISIS invincibility must be shattered in the Muslim mind.

By western standards, making unnecessary enemies is bad strategy; by jihadist standards, it makes perfect sense.

It is time for the United States to seriously consider a declaration of war on the Islamic State; it has already declared war on us.