With the calendar turned to 2017, we’re looking back to our most read pieces of original MWI commentary and analysis of the past year. From strategy to weaponized concrete to innovation on the battlefield, these are the articles you read, shared, and talked about most. Special congratulations to John Spencer and ML Cavanaugh for each writing multiple articles that made the list. Only original articles that we published during 2016 are included on the list, and it doesn’t include entries from our popular War Books series or videos of our events. Stick around and read through to the end of...Read More
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In this video, Brig. Gen. Nechemya Sokal, chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces’ Technology Branch, discusses the IDF’s approach to emerging technologies and its response to the discovery of infiltration tunnels in the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict.Read More
The chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces’ Technology Branch discusses the use of tunnels in the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict, unmanned systems, 3-D printing, and more.Read More
In a discussion at MWI’s inaugural War Studies Conference, Ray Kelly spoke about his experience as NYPD commissioner and his views on a range of contemporary security threats.Read More
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