Adam Elkus

Adam Elkus is a PhD student in Computational Social Science at George Mason University. He has published articles on defense, international security, and technology at Small Wars Journal, CTOVision, The Atlantic, the West Point Combating Terrorism Center’s Sentinel, and Foreign Policy.

In various domains of security and conflict, analysts increasingly predict that machines will take on progressively larger components of human reasoning and decision-making.

While it would be tempting to posit Paris as another bloody data point explained by our conceptual schema, Paris is in fact cause for broadening and expanding it.

In his review of the updated FM 3-24, Bing West has some harsh words about the manual’s academic tint,  Charles J. Dunlap is also unimpressed.

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?