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Implications for Modern Warfighting Concepts: What the US Army Can Learn from Past Conflicts
March 22, 2024
Implications for Modern Warfighting Concepts: What the US Army Can Learn from Past Conflicts | Richard D. Butler

Arming Allies and Partners: How Foreign Military Sales Can Change the China Problem
March 20, 2024
Arming Allies and Partners: How Foreign Military Sales Can Change the China Problem By Brennan Deveraux

Argentina Political and Economic Challenges
March 12, 2024
Argentina Political and Economic Challenges | R. Evan Ellis

Parameters | Spring 2024
March 7, 2024
Parameters Spring 2024

Is China Cornering the Green Energy Transition in Latin America?
March 6, 2024
Is China Cornering the Green Energy Transition in Latin America? | R. Evan Ellis on Diaglo-American

EXPLAINER: What Is Article 5 and How Does it Shape NATO’s Ukraine Response?
March 5, 2024
Why It Matters That Sweden Is Joining NATO Sweden, a neutral country for two centuries, is joining NATO in a move experts say will have a significant impact on global politics. John Deni quoted in US News & World Report

Look deeper: Time may be on Ukraine’s side
March 4, 2024
Look deeper: Time may be on Ukraine’s side
If Kyiv can hold out through the next winter—a big if—there are trends that run in its favor. By John R. Deni

The Case for Containing, Not Coddling, Maduro
March 4, 2024
The Case for Containing, Not Coddling, Maduro
The inability of the U.S. to facilitate a return to democracy in Venezuela does not justify accommodating dictatorship in the name of engagement. by R. Evan Ellis

China’s Security Engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean
February 26, 2024
China’s Security Engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean
An overview of the characteristics and trends in China’s security engagement in the region, and how it is evolving.

Violence in Defeat: The Wehrmacht on German Soil, 1944–1945
February 22, 2024
Book Review: Violence in Defeat: The Wehrmacht on German Soil, 1944–1945
Daniel Gipper

Author: Bastiaan Willems

Reviewed by Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Gipper, US Air Force, faculty development scholar, Air University

The Islamic State in Afghanistan and Pakistan: Strategic Alliances and Rivalries
February 22, 2024
Book Review: The Islamic State in Afghanistan and Pakistan: Strategic Alliances and Rivalries 
Authors: Amira Jadoon with Andrew Mines

Reviewed by Thomas F. Lynch III, PhD, Distinguished Research Fellow, Institute of National Strategic Studies, National Defense University

Waging a Good War: How the Civil Rights Movement Won Its Battles, 1954–1968
February 22, 2024
Book Review: Waging a Good War: How the Civil Rights Movement Won Its Battles, 1954–1968
Author: Thomas E. Ricks

Reviewed by Keith Nightingale, retired colonel, US Army