Mackenzie Eaglen | "Defense & Aerospace Report"
Karen E. Young | Global Discourse
By Dan Gouré, RealClearDefense: “Winning the race to deploy hypersonic weapons will be one of the most important achievements in U.S. national security of the 21st Century."
By Bradley Bowman & Shane Praiswater, Defense One: "Our leaders’ efforts to heal divisions among our fellow citizens are key to national defense."
Offensive Advantage and the Vanity of Ethics
By Kevin Kallmes, Notes on Liberty: “All military historians shake their heads in disappointment at the Maginot Line, which Hitler easily circumvented.”
By Michael Kofman, War on the Rocks: “The threat of territorial conquest by fait accompli is one of the central problem statements in U.S. defense planning."
By Meia Nouwens, the interpreter: “Brain wave-reading threat detectors can dramatically increase a soldier’s ability to spot danger.”
Why the United States Needs to Rethink Its China Strategy
By Hashim Abid, Wavell Room: "America’s current strategy to prevent China’s rise in Eurasia is failing and needs to be rethought."
By Lev Stesin, November 4, 2020
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: No major power has attempted in earnest to mediate the Nagorno-Karabakh crisis, and some have actively participated in keeping the situation ablaze. Both Armenia and Azerbaijan have been actively preparing for hostilities, but Armenia finds itself at a political and military disadvantage.
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Arms Control and Great-Power Politics by Timothy Crawford and Khang Vu