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COMCASA and the Future of India's Defense Industrial Base
October 03, 2018
COMCASA and the Future of India's Defense Industrial Base
Greater U.S.-India defense integration is expected to continue.
COMCASA and the Future of India's Defense Industrial Base
Why We Need Philosophers in the Pentagon
November 16, 2016
Why We Need Philosophers in the Pentagon
In our ‘post-truth’ world we need to rediscover the urgency of philosophical inquiry.
Why We Need Philosophers in the Pentagon
Signs of Diminishing Returns for US Military Investment Against A2/AD
September 02, 2016
Signs of Diminishing Returns for US Military Investment Against A2/AD
Trends show U.S. could maintain its military edge and still fight to a draw in the future.
Signs of Diminishing Returns for US Military Investment Against A2/AD
Getting the Right World War I Metaphor for a US-China Clash
August 27, 2016
Getting the Right World War I Metaphor for a US-China Clash
The Great War has less to tell us about how a Pacific War might start than what it might look like.
Getting the Right World War I Metaphor for a US-China Clash
A New War in the Pacific Could be ‘Trench Warfare’ at Sea
August 18, 2016
A New War in the Pacific Could be ‘Trench Warfare’ at Sea
Recent studies suggest A2/AD and AirSea Battle lead to costly stalemate, not victory.
A New War in the Pacific Could be ‘Trench Warfare’ at Sea
Pentagon Wants 'Arsenal Planes' to Beat China's Air Defenses
February 16, 2016
Pentagon Wants 'Arsenal Planes' to Beat China's Air Defenses
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has a plan to convert old warplanes into heavily armed “flying launchpads.”
Pentagon Wants 'Arsenal Planes' to Beat China's Air Defenses
New US Defense Budget: $18 Billion for Third Offset Strategy
February 10, 2016
New US Defense Budget: $18 Billion for Third Offset Strategy
The Pentagon wants to spend more money to offset Anti-Area/Access-Denial (A2/AD) technologies.
New US Defense Budget: $18 Billion for Third Offset Strategy
A Dual-Use Dilemma in US-China Defense Industrial Interaction
November 02, 2015
A Dual-Use Dilemma in US-China Defense Industrial Interaction
China may be gaining access to U.S. tech through perfectly legal means. What can the United States do?
A Dual-Use Dilemma in US-China Defense Industrial Interaction
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