America never recognized the USSR’s occupation of the Baltics, but didn’t let it derail our diplomacy. This should be our approach with Ukraine and Crimea.
Robert MorrisonAugust 16, 2023
The use of cluster munitions is not inherently immoral.
Edward G. StaffordAugust 14, 2023
How might Cixin Liu’s Three-Body Problem trilogy of novels reveal plans for China’s desired future military expansion – to infinity and beyond?
Steven TuckerJuly 26, 2023
Sci-fi has often enabled writers to fight the wars of tomorrow – today! But what do such stories tell us about potential 21st-century conflicts involving China?
Steven TuckerJuly 25, 2023
A profile of Ukraine’s 68th Jaeger Brigade
Alan DowdJuly 20, 2023
The Biden administration and the permanent bureaucracy are chained to an idea of foreign affairs that fails to protect American interests in an era of Great Power conflict.
Mike CotéJuly 19, 2023
History shows that a high-end weapon system, alone on the battlefield, can be outmatched and overtaken by lesser systems.
Garrett ExnerMay 9, 2023
Pax Romana, Pax Britannica, Pax Americana: What does hegemon status mean for American citizens abroad?
Mike CotéMay 4, 2023
Remarks delivered by Eric Patterson at Catholic University of America on Sept. 13th, 2022 on HR 1009.
Eric PattersonFebruary 27, 2023
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