by James Howcroft | Aug 17, 2015 | MonitorBy: James Howcroft The conflict between Georgia and Russia over Abkhazia and South Ossetia provide a number of valuable and relevant lessons for international organizations and the international community.
by James Howcroft | Jul 20, 2014 | MonitorBy: James Howcroft Military operations in an urban area are not normally thought of as a “Small Wars” concern, yet they are an important capability that will remain relevant.
by James Howcroft | May 3, 2014 | MonitorBy: James Howcroft The ability of Americans and partners to coordinate and cooperate will greatly influence how successful we are at addressing the international security threats of the 21st Century.
by James Howcroft | Jun 25, 2013 | MonitorBy: James Howcroft While we pay lip service to ‘partnership’, the US military is still used to being the dominant player. This ‘reality’ is changing.
by James Howcroft | Mar 20, 2013 | MonitorBy: James Howcroft The trajectory of developments holds value as a guide to the challenges of the next decade and the education and training needed to meet them.