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Has the US Military Really Lost ‘The Art of Killing’?
February 16, 2018

Has the US Military Really Lost ‘The Art of Killing’?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Why the U.S. military’s obsession with decisive battle is not a good thing.

US Pacific Commander: China Can't Shut off South China Sea
December 14, 2016

US Pacific Commander: China Can't Shut off South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
Admiral Harry Harris of U.S. Pacific Command outlined regional priorities for the United States.
When Americans Ruled Beijing
June 04, 2015

When Americans Ruled Beijing

By Franz-Stefan Gady
In the early 20th century, the U.S. briefly ruled parts of China and gained its first experience in coalition warfare.

Where Are America’s Warriors Coming From?
March 03, 2015

Where Are America’s Warriors Coming From?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The United States military is mostly a middle-class force.

How Powerful Is the US Military?
February 26, 2015

How Powerful Is the US Military?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A new report assesses the military strengths of the United States, yet falls short in one crucial aspect.

'The Fog of Peace': Why We Are Not Able to Predict Military Power
February 04, 2015

'The Fog of Peace': Why We Are Not Able to Predict Military Power

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Our obsession with technology can pose problems in doing good analysis.

US Conventional Power and Nuclear Asia
May 20, 2014

US Conventional Power and Nuclear Asia

By James R. Holmes
To stop allies in Asia from going nuclear, the U.S. needs to shore up its conventional military power.
Is US Pacific “Dominance” Up For Grabs?
January 22, 2014

Is US Pacific “Dominance” Up For Grabs?

By Harry Kazianis
Admiral Locklear rightly raised alarm bells over America’s traditional regional dominance. Are policymakers listening?

Precision Strike Technology Goes Global
December 05, 2013

Precision Strike Technology Goes Global

By Robert Farley
Surviving a world of diffuse precision strike is a strategic and organizational problem for the US military.

Game Changer: The F-35 and the Pacific
April 25, 2013

Game Changer: The F-35 and the Pacific

To understand the real value of the F-35 one must consider its operation as a fleet, not simply as an individual aircraft.

U.S.-Australia Cooperation in Times of Austerity
March 23, 2013

U.S.-Australia Cooperation in Times of Austerity

Thomas G. Mahnken on four key areas where U.S.-Australia defense cooperation could yield real payoffs.

Time To Change America's Atomic Arsenal
March 14, 2013

Time To Change America's Atomic Arsenal

The new mission for U.S. nuclear weapons — minimum deterrence: The prevention of a major nuclear attack on America with a small force — perhaps as low as 300 strategic weapons.

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