After 9/11, the United States Didn’t Fight a Twenty-Year War, but Twenty One-Year Wars. But What Does that Actually Mean?
John Amble | 11.25.21
It’s 5:31 pm on November 27, 2003. A US plane touches down at Baghdad International Airport—hardly...Read More
Daniel Brunstetter | 11.24.21
The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan offers the opportunity for a recalibration in the use...Read More
What is the intersection between cyber and irregular warfare? Should the United States consider...Read More
Alex Waterman | 11.18.21
In February 2020, the United States and the Afghan Taliban negotiated a seven-day reduction in...Read More
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