China

China’s inroads to the U.S. entertainment industry merit closer examination given their implications for information warfare.

As China continues deepening commercial ties with LatAm, it is possible the increased flow of goods and people could present more opportunities for Chinese triads to expand their operations.

Journal Article | March 19, 2017 09:17 AM | Comments(1)

U.S. vital interests need to be addressed through strong relationships and alliances. The U.S. cannot be content to rely on past goodwill and must actively build and nurture its ties within the...

The Executive Order does nothing to address threats that emanate from countries which view their entire diaspora as composed of free-range intelligence collectors.

The SCS is developing at an extraordinarily rate and the events that transpire in the region in the next two to three years will be some of the most significant geopolitical events in the world.

Journal Article | June 18, 2013 03:30 AM | Comments(4)

Beware the lure of "credibility."

Journal Article | June 13, 2013 02:35 AM | Comments(4)

For the U.S. military to restructure and prepare for the future it must look at large formal armies that are currently using proxies to engage in small conflicts that enforce a larger agenda.

Journal Article | March 29, 2013 02:30 AM | Comments(6)

What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what happens in the Middle East and South Asia spreads to the world.

Knowing the balance between when to exercise power and when to hold back is vital to maintaining America’s strength.

Journal Article | March 12, 2013 03:30 AM | Comments(2)

The realities of conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan necessitated “just-in-time” cultural training that focused heavily on the “do’s and don’ts.” A more deliberate...

Journal Article | September 7, 2012 04:30 AM | Comments(2)

An autocratic Iraq will probably be happier doing more business with China and Russia. But the idea of a Sino-Russian strategy in the Middle East is far from simple.

Journal Article | August 21, 2012 04:30 AM | Comments(1)

An edited volume by Williamson Murray and Peter Mansoor.

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