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Strategy
STRATEGIC LANDPOWER  By Odierno, Amos and McRaven

The United States and its Armed Forces once again find themselves at a crossroads. After ten years of war, the Nation is rebalancing its national security strategy to focus on engagement and preventing war. ...Read more >

12 Pages
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DON’T FORGET THE HUMANS: TOWARD A 21ST CENTURY OFFENSIVE CYBER STRATEGY  By Mr. Josh M. Cartin

As military competitors and allies alike explore military applications of cyberspace of increasing scope and complexity, a debate rages in national security circles about cyber ...Read more >

15 Pages
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MILITARY AND STRATEGIC AFFAIRS  By Amos Yadlin

The current Revolution in Military Afairs (RMA) theory has been the focus of academics and military analysts, trying to deine the role of technology in transforming military afairs during the past three decades. ...Read more >

19 Pages
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INDIA’S ROLE IN AFGHANISTAN POST 2014 STRATEGY, POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION  By Kirit K Nair

The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) drawdown in 2014 led to a cautious approach to the otherwise proactive policy India followed in Afghanistan. ...Read more >

42 Pages
1.23 MB
STRATEGIC SURVEY  

The dangers arising from disputes involving major powers palpably increased in the year to mid-2014. In Eastern Europe and in East Asia, the world’s most powerful countries engaged in a series of actions and ...Read more >

16 Pages
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THE STRATEGIC LOGIC OF NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION  By Nuno P. Monteiro and Alexandre Debs

What causes nuclear proliferation? What role do security threats play in driving states to acquire nuclear weapons? Intuitively, security is the most important factor driving nuclear ...Read more >

45 Pages
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STRATEGIC THINKING IN GOVERNMENT: WITHOUT NATIONAL STRATEGY, CAN VIABLE GOVERNMENT STRATEGY EMERGE?   

The UK faces complex, diverse and unpredictable domestic and global challenges. The process by which National Strategy is developed to tackle these challenges, and by which policy and the consequent tax and spending.... ...Read more >

130 Pages
1.25 MB
THE NEW ENERGY REVOLUTION AND THE GULF  By By Carolyn Barnett

A half century ago, huts lined the water in cities like Doha and Abu Dhabi.Riyadh and Kuwait were little more than villages. The countries that now make up the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) were desert backwaters ...Read more >

12 Pages
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U.S. ARMY TRAINING AND EDUCATION MODERNIZATION STRATEGY (ATEMS)  

Training and educating Army leaders, Soldiers, and Civilians is the key to the Army’s future sucess. To be successful, the Army requires modernized, integrated, and adaptive training and education capabilities to rapidly ...Read more >

67 Pages
1.55 MB
AMERICAN GRAND STRATEGY AND THE FUTURE OF U.S. LANDPOWER AMERICAN GRAND STRATEGY AND THE FUTURE OF U.S. LANDPOWER  By Joseph Da Silva

The decade following September 11, 2001, witnessed a strategic anomaly: an island nation playing the part of a Landpower. For U.S. leaders worried about terrorism, weapons of mass ...Read more >

500 Pages
6.43 MB
OPERATIONALIZING COUNTER THREAT FINANCE STRATEGIES  By Shima D. Keene

U.S. military leaders, planners, and decisionmakers face a new security environment in the 21st century, characterized by its complex networked nature, which has emerged as a result of globalization ...Read more >

50 Pages
1.25 MB
ECONOMICS IN COUNTERINSURGENCY: ANALYZING AND APPLYING HISTORY’S LESSONS ON ECONOMIC STRATEGY  By HAYES J. WEIDMAN, Maj

This thesis attempts to identify common basic tenets for the successful application of economics as a component of counterinsurgency efforts. Based on those tenets, this thesis will also explore how US government ...Read more >

108 Pages
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THE EMIRATES CENTER AND GULF THINK TANKS: THE NEXT TWENTY FIVE YEARS  By Anthony H. Cordesman

Let me begin by congratulating the Emirates Center for so many accomplishments over the last 20 years. It has been a privilege to watch its growth, its sustained quality, and its steadily increasing ...Read more >

10 Pages
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STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP IN THE MIDDLE EAST: RESPECTING OUR ARAB ALLIES, REALISM ABOUT OURSELVES  By Anthony H. Cordesman

It is easy to talk about a U.S. strategy based on strategic partnership and coalitions. It is far more difficult, however, to make such efforts work. This is particularly true when the U.S. fails to honestly address its own problems and ...Read more >

8 Pages
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EXPLORING THE FRONTIERS OF U.S.-CHINA STRATEGIC COOPERATION: VISIONS FOR ASIA-PACIFIC SECURITY ARCHITECTURE  By Edited by Melanie Hart

Regional security issues loom large in the U.S.-China relationship. The Asia-Pacific region is a hot zone of security challenges, and the United States and China play a role in all of ...Read more >

39 Pages
1.36 MB
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