By: Asia Times
“Although Pyongyang appears to be stable now, such stability is like nuclear deterrence: it works right up to the day when it does not.”
By: Bloomberg News
“Trying to secure North Korea after a chaotic collapse or overthrow of the Kim regime would be a nightmare.”
The War in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1992-1995: An Assessment of the War’s Historical Context and Typology
By: Zdravko Matic and Frano Stojic
Many political analysts and historians referred to the war as one for independence or as a civil war. This characterization is incomplete and contributes to numerous misconceptions about the conflict.
By: Institute for Strategic, Political, Security and Economic Consultancy
While in the past, irregular tactics and protracted forms of conflict have mostly been marked as tactics of the weak, in future hybrid opponents may exploit them beca…
By: Steve Blank
Hacking for Defense is a battle-tested problem-solving methodology that runs at Silicon Valley speed. We just held our first Hacking for Defense Educators Class with 75 attendees.
The Need to Outsource Information Operations: Gramsci and the Ideological Defeat of Islamic Terrorism
By: William M. Darley
The best way to defeat terrorism motivation rooted in religious convictions is not through a continuation of government-sponsored, Madison-Avenue-style advertising and PSYOP.
“This bleak outlook arises mainly because of the aggressive nationalism being exhibited by Putin and because of strategic misjudgments by the last two U.S. presidents.”
By: The Modern War Institute
“Once a widely practiced tradition, professional soldiers are no longer commonly embedded as official military observers during war.”
By: Driss Ghali
Galula was a self-made man in various aspects; born into a relatively modest environment, he rose to positions where no one expected him to.
By: Voice of America
The U.S.-Russia negotiated cease-fire in Syria that was negotiated over the heads of militias battling to oust President Bashar al-Assad appears Sunday to be all but dead.