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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.

Different Fleets for Different Strategies: Imaging the Future of the US Navy (Part Two)
May 25, 2017

Different Fleets for Different Strategies: Imaging the Future of the US Navy (Part Two)

By Robert Farley
Predictions are hard; especially about the future.
Different Fleets for Different Strategies: Imaging the Future of the US Navy (Part One)
May 23, 2017

Different Fleets for Different Strategies: Imaging the Future of the US Navy (Part One)

By Robert Farley
What kinds of future fleets are available to the U.S. Navy?

What Would Inform and Drive an Indian Nuclear Posture Review?
May 03, 2017

What Would Inform and Drive an Indian Nuclear Posture Review?

By Vivek Prahladan
Is New Delhi merely conducting an intellectual exercise about nuclear doctrine or is it responding to something?

Steve Bannon, Dharma Warrior: Hindu Scriptures and the Worldview of Trump's Chief Ideologue
February 03, 2017

Steve Bannon, Dharma Warrior: Hindu Scriptures and the Worldview of Trump's Chief Ideologue

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Steve Bannon's appreciation for the Bhagavad Gita makes more sense than you might think.

3 Problems with War and Strategy in Medieval India
August 27, 2016

3 Problems with War and Strategy in Medieval India

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Indian armies over the past millennium seemed to have constantly grappled with three primary problems.

Why Concerns Over Drone Proliferation Are Overblown
May 19, 2016

Why Concerns Over Drone Proliferation Are Overblown

By Andrea Gilli and Mauro Gilli
Why the 'drone revolution’ will not bring about a redistribution of military power in the global system--just yet.
Standing on Common Ground? Explaining Just War and Jihad
February 19, 2016

Standing on Common Ground? Explaining Just War and Jihad

By Patrik K. Meyer
There are fundamental differences between the Christian and Islamic war doctrines and they influence policy.

What If Japan Had Won The Battle of Midway?
January 08, 2016

What If Japan Had Won The Battle of Midway?

By Benjamin David Baker
One of the most decisive battles of the Second World War could have ended up very differently. Be glad it didn’t though.

Could Science Defeat Terrorism? Using Robots to Hunt Down ISIS
August 31, 2015

Could Science Defeat Terrorism? Using Robots to Hunt Down ISIS

By Lucas Bento
Before you rule out so-called killer robots, consider their applications in counter-terrorism.

Ghost Fleet and the Causes of War
August 24, 2015

Ghost Fleet and the Causes of War

By Robert Farley
In fiction, states may not need clear reasons to go to war, but reality is different.
Pokemon Warfare: The Rise of Military Robots
August 16, 2015

Pokemon Warfare: The Rise of Military Robots

By Shang-su Wu
A reliance on military robotics may not provide the advantages anticipated.

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