In this special New Years edition of War Books, we highlight a comprehensive reading list that includes a number of books to read in 2017 to better understand war and strategy.Read More
Author: MWI Staff
In this video, Brig. Gen. Nechemya Sokal, chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces’ Technology Branch, discusses the IDF’s approach to emerging technologies and its response to the discovery of infiltration tunnels in the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict.Read More
The chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces’ Technology Branch discusses the use of tunnels in the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict, unmanned systems, 3-D printing, and more.Read More
In a discussion at MWI’s inaugural War Studies Conference, Ray Kelly spoke about his experience as NYPD commissioner and his views on a range of contemporary security threats.Read More
The Army Press publishes the Future Warfare Writing Program (FWWP), which address the following questions: What might warfare look like in the latter half of the 21st century? From the Army Press: The Army cannot know nor predict its next fight but it can imagine the future of warfare. Fiction is a tool of the imaginative process. Fiction allows us to imagine the details of reality-as-it-might happen in order to understand potential consequences of decisions that we need, or might need, to make. It helps us imagine how current trends might play out or how new innovations might have an impact. As a tool, fiction is cousin to war-gaming. It creates opportunities to play out potential scenarios and prepare for them. The Army Press publishes the Future Warfare Writing Program (FWWP). This venture seeks to answer the question: What might warfare look like in the latter half of the 21st Century? Works of fiction and nonfiction should address the addresses multiple dilemmas as outlined in the Army Operating Concept. Submissions are open to current and former members of the DoD (active, guard, and reserve) and their dependents. Others may submit on a case-by-case basis based on expertise and writing skill (please query). Visit the FWWP page on the Army Press website for more details, further guidance on topics, eligibility information, and news about current special calls for...Read More
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