The N.C.A.A. is looking for a new president. Private jet notwithstanding, it’s not all that great of a gig.
The former defense secretary now leads a committee that could remake college sports — or, as often happens with the N.C.A.A., that has little to show after many meetings.
“They look like an AT&T wiring diagram,” said the former defense secretary, who now leads a committee that is rewriting the N.C.A.A.’s constitution.
Another casualty in the graveyard of empires.
As China grows stronger and bolder, some experts want to end Washington’s decades-long policy of “strategic ambiguity.”
A group of company leaders and former policymakers argue that “globalism” isn’t an epithet. Instead, they argue, it is the way forward.
The military should rechristen bases named for Confederates. Better options are not hard to find.
In “Exercise of Power,” Robert M. Gates draws on his years of experience to examine America’s role in the world, and outlines a plausible way to repair the damage.