What the Gulf War Teaches About the Future of War
By Franz-Stefan Gady
What Will New Russian Tanks Mean for Vietnam’s Military?
By Nguyen The Phuong
Cambodia Remembers the Mixed Blessings of Diana's Demining Legacy
By Luke Hunt
Why AirSea Battle is Not AirLand Battle Redux
You can’t judge a battle concept by its name. Explaining AirSea battle in terms of AirLand battle only serves to confuse.
The State of U.S.-China Competition
“The mainland can concentrate all of its military might against a fraction of U.S. strength…in its own geographic environs”
Iraq War’s 10th Anniversary: A Deeper Understanding
The lead up to the 2003 conflict has an important place in history as well.
What do the Falklands and First Gulf War Have in Common?
That the U.S. may have inadvertently helped convince the leaders of Argentina and Iraq to pursue war…
An Anti-Access History Lesson
The first Gulf War had a significant impact on the thinking of Chinese planners. And their anti-access strategy.