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An Insider’s View of Global Defense Developments
team will publish a periodic featured report focusing on key defense developments inside Washington and around the world. This report will give you a leg up on US and global defense developments and defining challenges.
You can read the news to find out today’s tweets, but how about anticipating the headlines to come, which will drive perceptions and events down the road?
Each report will focus on a key development and provide in an in-depth look at the nature of that key development and its potential impacts and consequences for global competition and cooperation.
Douglas Webber in his book published this year on the politics of crisis in the European Union looks back over the past decade to assess the nature of the crisis facing the European…
In this weekly report, we have brought together the interviews conducted in January 2018 from a visit to 2nd MAW in Cherry Point as well as New River. Also included…
U.S. Marines and Sailors with 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing participate in an annual birthday ball run at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, Nov. 30th, 2018. The purpose of the run is to build camaraderie in celebration of the 243rd Marine Corps Birthday. (U.S. Marine Corps Video by Lance Pfc. Liam Higgins)
In this video credited to Aviation Photography Digest, a visit to Amberley Airbase and footage of their day at the airbase is highlighted. Amberley Airbase is the home to the…
For the last three years, I have traveled extensively in Northern Europe to discuss the Russian challenge and the return of direct defense. During a visit to Germany in February…
ISAF Joint Command commander, Lt. Gen. David M. Rodriguez, briefs German Gen. Egon Ramms during a visit to ISAF Joint Command at Kabul Afghanistan International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has found that 53 of its military installations around the world are increasingly vulnerable to the effects of climate change over the next two…
By Hugh White
If you wanted to sum up America’s (and its allies’) military-strategic posture towards China in Asia today in a sentence, you’d say that we aim to deter China from using force in situations like Taiwan by the threat of a full-scale military response. So