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By Amos Fox, Military Review: “ ... there has been a substantial amount of literature written about modern and future evolutions of conflict; however, the U.S. Army flounders at seeing operating environments beyond binary conventional conflict and counterinsurgencies."
By Sydney J. Freedberg Jr., Monday, March 11, 2019 2:42 PM
The new approach will focus on an urgent but largely unmet threat: Russian and Chinese cruise missiles.
By Bryson Bort, RealClearDefense: “The China problem is bigger than you think. It's bigger than Huawei, bigger than 5G, and bigger than simmering trade wars. It's bigger, even than China."
By James Durso, RealClearDefense: “The three main stabilization actors – State, Defense, and USAID – bring unique expertise, but also prejudices and expectations to the stabilization mission. The SAR directs the agencies to change their processes ...