Bob Killebrew

Colonel (USA ret) Bob Killebrew writes and consults on national defense issues as a Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security. His most recent writings include The Crossover of Urban Gang Warfare and Terrorism (National Strategy Forum, Fall 2008) and Terror at the Border for Armed Forces Journal, December, 2008. With Jennifer Bernal he authored the CNAS study Crime Wars; Gangs, Cartels and U.S. National Security, published in 2010. He is currently working with Matthew Irvine on U.S. – Colombian security policy.

A few years ago Latin American specialists began warning the defense community at large that the Mexican cartels constituted an insurgency in the actual sense, though one that was strategically...

Colombia's Gamble by Colonel Bob Killebrew Download the Full Article: Colombia's Gamble While everybody is watching the dramatic events in the Middle East and the allied campaign in Afghanistan, a...

War, "Like War", or Something Else? by Colonel Robert Killebrew Download the full article: War, "Like War", or Something Else? Bob Killebrew, a Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security...

The impact of the Russian attack on Georgia is still being assessed around the world, in that slow-motion way that global events have on governments. Getting the full picture of what's going on will...