Michael Sinclair | 04.14.21
Two weeks into his administration, President Joe Biden delivered his first public speech on US...Read More
American Vulnerabilities in an Age of Great Power Competition: The Case for Understanding Domestic Extremism through an Irregular Warfare Lens
In the United States, we often analyze distant armed conflicts and counterterrorism efforts as if...Read More
Douglas Livermore | 04.13.21
Throughout the nearly two decades of America’s post-9/11 wars, most Americans have been largely...Read More
Striking the Right Balance: How Russian Information Operations in the Baltic States Should Inform US Strategy in Great Power Competition
Editor’s note: This article is the fifth in a series, “Full-Spectrum: Capabilities and...Read More
Andrew Bibb | 04.09.21
In an isolated camp in Iraq in 2008, I stood nervously in front of my team leader’s barracks door,...Read More
Doowan Lee | 04.08.21
The Biden administration is poised to continue the notion of great power competition expressed in...Read More
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