Irregular Warfare Podcast: The Merits—and Pitfalls—of Fighting “By, With, and Through” a Partner Force
When the US military set out to combat ISIS in Iraq in the mid-2010s, it did so determined to...
Call for Applications: MWI’s 2023–24 Research Fellows Program
Preparing the Army to succeed in future conflict requires drawing on a diverse team of critical...
MWI War Council: Conflict Termination and Withdrawal
The Modern War Institute at West Point and the New Lines Institute hosted a multidisciplinary...
Hypersonic Hype? Russia’s Kinzhal Missiles and the Lessons for Air Defense
Peter Mitchell | 05.23.23
The May 4 interception of a Russian Kinzhal hypersonic missile by one of Ukraine’s Patriot...Read More
Irregular Warfare Podcast: In the Gray Zone, the Alliance is the Message
Adam Darnley-Stuart and Julia McClenon | 05.19.23
In the blurred spaces between peace and war, a contest over influence plays out. But how is the...Read More
War Books, Special Edition – Seventeen Great War Films: One Army Officer’s List
Editor’s note: Welcome to another installment of our weekly War Books series! The premise is...Read More
13 Tips for New Lieutenants from a Former SOCOM Commander
Gen. Tony Thomas | 05.18.23
Editor’s note: This month, around the United States, cadets at service academies and ROTC...Read More
Toward the Data-Driven Army of 2040: Avoiding Analysis Paralysis and Harnessing the Power of Analytics
Brian Forester | 05.17.23
Editor’s note: Last year, Army Futures Command’s Directorate of Concepts announced an essay...Read More
MWI Podcast: Change and Continuity in Turkish Foreign Policy
How does Turkey perceive its position as a state actor in an increasingly multipolar world? In...Read More
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