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Strategic Insights
Whiskey over Books, Again? Anti-Intellectualism and the Future Effectiveness of Army 2025, by Dr. Don M. Snider

You can access our ongoing podcast series "SSI Live" with our own Dr. John R. Deni. Comments by some NATO leaders like Polish President Andrzej Duda have raised questions about the adequacy of NATO's force posture in an upended European security environment. The recent announcement of a significant increase in funding for the European Reassurance Initiative (ERI) appears to be a step in the right direction, but will it satisfy NATO leaders in Central and Eastern Europe? In this podcast Dr. Deni examines these and issues surrounding the prospects for a revised NATO force posture east of Germany. This podcast is based in part on his recently published essay at The National Interest. Find this and all other podcasts here and be sure to subscribe.

2015 - 2016 KSIL
On August 7, 2015, the 2015-16 Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL) was released. The KSIL provides military and civilian researchers a ready reference for issues of special interest to the Department of the Army and the Department of Defense. Read here.

Hard Copy Online Ordering
If you would like to order a hard copy of any publication, for those limited publications where hard copies are available, see the information located on the right-hand side of the publication's page. You may download a digital copy of the selected work free of charge. Free download links for three different digital formats are available on the specific publication's page as well.

For out of stock publications and our new digital only publications, refer to the new GPO on-demand site. For a small fee, receive many prior publications. Click here to visit.

 
The 2015 Autumn issue of the U.S. Army War College Quarterly, Parameters, is here. Read this and all of the past articles and subscribe today.

SSI Opportunities
Refer to the Employment and Research Opportunities section of our website for updates on new employment opportunities.

The United States Army War College (Carlisle, PA) invites qualified scholars to apply for the position of (Assistant/Associate/Full) Professor of Middle East Security Studies, in the Strategic Studies Institute. This is a full-time, long-term, civilian faculty position at the United States Army's most senior institution for professional military education. Find all relevant information here.

USAWC Annual Strategy Conference
If you missed any of the 26th Annual Strategy Conference or would just like to relive the experience, videos are available here on our YouTube page.

And stay tuned for information regarding the 27th Strategy Conference.

SSI Has Gone Digital
In order to leverage advancing technology more efficiently and to continue to provide insightful and provocative research and analysis to the national security community while reducing costs, on March 1, 2014, we began publising all SSI and USAWC Press Letort Papers in digital format only. Additionally, on October 1, 2014, we began publishing all SSI and USAWC Press works, to include books and monographs, only in digital format. You may now purchase hard copies for a small fee from the Government Printing Office (GPO).

Click here to visit the GPO site.


 
Research & Analysis
Coming Soon
Old and New Insurgency Forms, by Dr. Robert J. Bunker

The East Mediterranean Triangle at Crossroads, by Jean-Loup Samaan

Operating in the Gray Zone: An Alternative Paradigm for U.S. Military Strategy, by Antulio J. Echevarria II

Honduras: A Pariah State, or Innovative Solutions to Organized Crime Deserving U.S. Support? by R. Evan Ellis

Cyberspace: Malevolent Actors, Criminal Opportunities, and Strategic Competition, by Phil Williams and Dighton Fiddner


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