Land Warfare in Europe, Part 2: Large-Scale Combat Operations in Ukraine
Episode 8, Season 1 of the Social Science of War podcast is the second in a two-part series that...
Learning on the Fly: Drones in the Russian-Ukrainian War
Editor’s note: Dr. Kerry Chávez, an MWI research fellow, recently published an article in Arms...
MWI Speaker Series: Dr. Marybeth Ulrich and the Academy Oath Project
On January 26, 2023, MWI senior fellow Dr. Marybeth Ulrich visited West Point and presented on the...
Who “Does” MDO? What Multi-Domain Operations Will Mean For—and Require Of—the Army’s Tactical Units
Rebecca Segal | 03.10.23
“You need to be prepared to operate in an environment where your radio communications will be...Read More
How to Lose an Unwinnable War: Why Intervention in the Sahel has Failed
The security situation in the Sahel region is complex, daunting, and not improving. The annual...Read More
Human Rights and Security Force Assistance: Closing the 127e Loophole
Editor’s note: The Irregular Warfare Initiative has exciting news! In partnership with the...Read More
MWI Podcast: How to Build an Effective Partner Military—and How Not To
John Amble | 03.09.23
For much of America’s post-9/11 wars, the US military worked to build capable and effective...Read More
How Will the War End? Thoughts on Ukraine, Russia, and a Theory of Victory
Kevin Benson | 03.03.23
For all intents and purposes the Budapest Memorandum—under which the United States, Russia, and...Read More
Book Talk: Urban Warfare in the Twenty-First Century
In this episode of MWI’s Urban Warfare Project Podcast, John Spencer is joined by Dr. Anthony...Read More
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