Adam Elkus

Adam Elkus is a PhD student in Computational Social Science at George Mason University. He has published articles on international security and strategy at The Atlantic, CTC Sentinel, Armed Forces Journal, and other publications. He is currently a columnist at War on the Rocks and a contributor to CTOVision, AnalystOne, and other blogs.

It’s been about two months since al-Shabaab gunmen employed the new playbook.

Two great minds on drugs... and strategy.

Where do we go with Design in a post-COIN (for now) world?

We must limit the ends we seek in these times.  Does that mean we can't remake the world?

Stemming from the Occupy and Indignados movements, as well as the London riots, John P. Sullivan and Adam Elkus look at the complex disorder of riots, their types, and the challenges they present.

Adam Elkus explores the role of drones in battle and warfare and concludes that the moral concerns are nothing new to military history.