by Erik Richardson
October 23, 2016 04:16 AM | Comments (0)
Mad Scientist # 21: This is a first sketch of an initiative that will help to make sure we keep on being those precious few nanoseconds ahead of our opponents.
by SWJ Editors
October 22, 2016 03:40 AM | Comments (0)
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by Jessica Malekos Smith
October 20, 2016 09:27 AM | Comments (0)
Can international law meaningfully distinguish between cyberespionage for national security purposes and economic espionage?
by Matthew Cancian
October 20, 2016 07:09 AM | Comments (0)
In the short term, issues of humanitarian relief are critical, but in the long term the deals that are made between local actors and the two larger players.
by Michael Klipstein and Michael Senft
October 19, 2016 08:09 AM | Comments (0)
The unrelenting tempo of combat operations at the Corps and below level in the Army creates unique challenges for the execution of Offensive Cyber Operations.
by T.C. Moe
October 18, 2016 09:05 AM | Comments (1)
For naval intelligence to effectively support the Chief of Naval Operation’s new strategy, it must first adapt to the realities of the digital information age.
by Jeff Jager
October 17, 2016 07:11 AM | Comments (1)
Named Operation Euphrates Shield, this ongoing Turkish military operation demonstrates the continued relevance of land power for achieving strategic objectives.
by Ian Kippen
October 12, 2016 07:46 PM | Comments (0)
Love or hate the Centre of Gravity concept, it is here to stay.
October 11, 2016 03:53 AM | Comments (0)
A diverse set of policies is needed to unify a diverse set of peoples against a diverse set of threats - NATO should reorganize itself.
by Daniel Fisher and Christopher Mercado
October 10, 2016 06:07 AM | Comments (0)
Both of us served in Kunduz from 2011-12, at a time when it seemed as though the province would continue on a trajectory of increasing stability.
October 9, 2016 07:21 AM | Comments (1)
Like any other organization, NATO has made mistakes. What is crucial is that the Alliance recognizes what went wrong and why, thus preventing these same mistakes in the...
October 8, 2016 07:11 AM | Comments (1)
NATO must adopt hybrid models of national defense, coordinate efforts on economic and electronic warfare, and secure its space-based infrastructure.
by Douglas Farah
October 7, 2016 03:10 PM | Comments (0)
There are multiple reasons for the surprise outcome, but largely missing from the discussion is the fact that the FARC is perhaps the most reviled insurgency that ever arose...
by Albert Palazzo
October 7, 2016 05:36 AM | Comments (1)
Despite its centrality to the contemporary way of war, the days of joint operations are numbered.
by Robert Murphy
October 6, 2016 11:09 AM | Comments (0)
European Union ambitions for a military force distinct from NATO are absurd. The list of challenges to forming such a force are legion.
by James Howcroft
October 6, 2016 05:23 AM | Comments (0)
Capturing the buildings of Mosul are secondary to conducting the battle in a way that secures the greater key to stability - the loyalty and support of the population of...
by Taylor R. Applegate
October 1, 2016 08:55 AM | Comments (4)
The five cases examined in this study show that a long-term solution must be aimed at preventing self-radicalization in the first place.
by Daniel Tyler Brooks
September 30, 2016 10:54 AM | Comments (1)
Transitions to democracy following forced regime change via military intervention require a last military dictator.
by Brenda Fiegel
September 30, 2016 08:20 AM | Comments (0)
This paper discusses how Mexican cartel tunnels have evolved during the last five years while addressing specific uses.
by Michael P. Ferguson
September 29, 2016 11:50 AM | Comments (0)
This monograph uses the backdrop of Fehrenbach’s classic to investigate how militaries build preparedness, primarily among their infantry ranks.
by Dante Paradiso
September 28, 2016 10:15 AM | Comments (0)
Excerpted from "The Embassy: A Story of War and Diplomacy" © 2016 by Dante Paradiso, to be published by Beaufort Books (New York).
by Jennifer A. Obernier and Frank N. Sanders
September 28, 2016 12:14 AM | Comments (2)
This paper explores how the similarities between covert action and UW activities have led to a negative perception of UW and lengthy delays in its use.
by Shawn Woodford
September 27, 2016 09:09 AM | Comments (2)
How many troops are needed to defeat an insurgency? This deceptively innocuous question is laden with political and military peril. The answer is, of course, that it depends...
by Frank Kisner
September 25, 2016 07:02 AM | Comments (1)
Iran is destined to remain a “victim” because its leaders have determined it is in their best interest to do so.
by Stephen Goto
September 22, 2016 09:11 AM | Comments (0)
One must ask why Civil Affairs specialists, the purported experts of the civilian domain are so ill-trained and equipped to reconnoiter the civil space?
September 21, 2016 10:34 AM | Comments (0)
by Zdravko Matic and Frano Stojic
September 20, 2016 09:30 AM | Comments (0)
Many political analysts and historians referred to the war as one for independence or as a civil war. This characterization is incomplete and contributes to numerous...
by Steve Blank
September 19, 2016 11:16 AM | Comments (0)
Hacking for Defense is a battle-tested problem-solving methodology that runs at Silicon Valley speed. We just held our first Hacking for Defense Educators Class with...
by William M. Darley
September 19, 2016 10:05 AM | Comments (0)
The best way to defeat terrorism motivation rooted in religious convictions is not through a continuation of government-sponsored, Madison-Avenue-style advertising and PSYOP...
by Driss Ghali
September 18, 2016 04:13 PM | Comments (0)
Galula was a self-made man in various aspects; born into a relatively modest environment, he rose to positions where no one expected him to.