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India is not sitting on the geopolitical fence (Tanvi Madan, War on the Rocks)

In early 2019, Gen. David Petraeus and S. Jaishankar, now India’s external affairs minister but then in his private capacity, appeared together on a panel. The former U.S. Central Command commander asserted that China was “the defining issue of our age” and, seemingly in frustration, added that countries such as India “have to decide.” Asked if India […]

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Belarus/Ukraine – Belarus and the Ukraine Trap (GMF, War on the Rocks)

Michael Kimmage writes: Belarus is among the most likely places where a war could break out between Russia and the West. News from Belarus has flashed in and out of headlines in the past year. When a wave of protest washed over the country in the summer of 2020, it was a major story. The diversion of […]

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(USA/Defense Strategy) Defense strategy and the empire state of mind: how preparing for the best can leave Washington vulnerable to the rest (War on the Rocks)

EVAN MONTGOMERY Is it really possible for the United States to maintain its extensive global security commitments while dealing with four serious rivals across three separate regions?

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(USA/Afghanistan) How to bargain with the Taliban (War on the Rocks)

BARNETT RUBIN President Joe Biden will soon have to decide whether to withdraw the remaining 2,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan by May 1, as stipulated by the February 2020 Doha agreement.  

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(USA/Japan/China) The United States and Japan should prepare for wat with China (War on the Rocks)

JEFFREY W. HORNUNG

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(USA) The Cyber Maritime envirinment: a shared critical infrastructure and Trump’s maritime cyber security plan (War on the Rocks)

NINA KOLLARS, SAM J. TANGREDI, AND CHRIS C. DEMCHAK

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(USA) Access denied ? The future of USA basing in a contested world (War on the Rocks)

Renanah Miles Joyce is a postdoctoral fellow in grand strategy, security, and statecraft at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Harvard Kennedy School.  Brian Blankenship is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Miami and a Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

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(Misinformation/Disinformation) We need to inoculate military servicemembers against information threats: the case for digital literacy training (War on The Rocks)

P. W. Singer is a strategist and senior fellow at New America and the author of multiple books, including Wired for War, Ghost Fleet, Burn-In, and LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media. Lt. Col. Eric B. Johnson, U.S. Army, is the Chief of Staff of the Army’s Senior Fellow with New America.

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(North Korea) Deterring North Korea (War on the Rocks)

DANIEL POST

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(Arctic) The Arctic threat that must not be named (War on the Rocks)

SHARON E. BURKE

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(Middle East) Hybrid security governance and the search for the State in the Middle East (War on the Rocks)

ARIEL I. AHRAM  

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(USA/China) A world divided: the conflict with Chinese techno-nationalism isn’t coming – it’s already here (War on the Rocks)

JAMES MULVENON