Bilva Chandra | 02.15.21
The future of US national security will be monumentally shaped by how machines transform and...Read More
After Vietnam, American Society’s Relationship with Its Military Was Badly Frayed. After Twenty Years of Post-9/11 Wars, It Is Again.
Scott Cooper | 02.10.21
Mark Treanor, A Quiet Cadence (Naval Institute Press, 2020) What occurs on the battlefield is not...Read More
Bryce Johnston | 02.09.21
US soldiers are under constant attack in the digital world. For example, the US military is not...Read More
Within days of President Joe Biden’s inauguration, Beijing was stoking the fire with a further...Read More
Yuna Huh Wong | 02.04.21
One of the many ways that COVID-19 has impacted the US Department of Defense is in its wargaming...Read More
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