This is very dependent upon the scope of the question, and how specific the question is about the military. If it is the inner workings of military decisions, narrowed beyond political influences, it would be off topic for this SE.
These aren't the first questions to arise. It is understandable that questions will be presented when major news events happens. For some examples I've participated in:
Why does the failure of a Trident test matter when we are going to replace it anyway?
While the procedures for handling and ensuring the safeguard of nuclear weapons is primarily a Military concern, the potential impacts of mismanaging the program are significant. There are still echoes of the cold war in large government dealings, and the prospect of mutually assured destruction being unreliable or mismanaged changes everyone's political calculus.
China seizes drone in Philippine waters?
Even though it was a piece of military equipment that was taken, this exists within the context of the contentions over the South China Sea. Multiple nations claim sovereignty over the area, and there are frequent political endeavors to keep things calm.
Often, when considering a question that may be an edge case, it is important to determine what is actually being asked.