Institute member, Jack Snyder, has a new article in Foreign Affairs, published February 12, 2019. The full article can be found here.
Gregory Mitrovich in The Washington Post: The mistake NATO was formed to correct — and how President Trump is repeating it
Institute research scholar, Gregory Mitrovich has a new article, “The mistake NATO was formed to correct — and how President Trump is repeating it,” published on 7 February 2019 in The Washington Post. The full article can be found here.
Institute member, Nikhar Gaikwad’s, working paper, “Attitudes toward Globalization in Ranked Ethnic Societies,” with Pavithra Suryanarayan, was featured in “The Interpreter” column of The New York Times, published on 31 January 2018. The full column can be found here.
Saltzman Institute Senior Research Scholar, Jason Healey has a new article, “From Cybernetics to Cyberspace,” published January 2019 in Air Force Magazine, detailing the roots of digital warfare in the Air Force’s history. The full article can be found here.
Saltzman Institute Senior Research Scholar, Jason Healey, has a new article “Cyber Risks to Financial Stability,” published 28 December 2018, with Patricia Mosser, Katheryn Rosen, and Alexander Wortman in Lawfare. The full article can be found here. To learn more about the project, more information can be found here.
In The Washington Post‘s Cybersecurity 202 column, Joseph Marks profiles the work of Saltzman Institute Senior Research Scholar, Jason Healey, and Neil Jenkins through the Cyber Threat Alliance. The full article can be found here.
Institute member, Stuart Gottlieb, authored a letter, “Foreign Policy Under Trump”, published 11 December 2018 in The New York Times. Click here to see the full letter.
Stephen Biddle was in Beijing on October 20, 2018, to present “Security Force Assistance” at the “Workshop on Weak States,” jointly hosted by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Stanford University, and Peking University.
This fall, Stephen Biddle presented twice at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA. His presentation “US Strategy and Policy for Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan” was given on October 15, 2018 to the U.S. Army Basic Strategic Art Program, and “Security Assistance, Principal-Agent Theory, and U.S. Defense Policy,” was presented to the U.S. Army […]
Séverine Autessere in the Washington Post: There’s another way to build peace. And it doesn’t come from the top down.
Institute member Séverine Autessere, has a new article, “There’s another way to build peace. And it doesn’t come from the top down,” published 23 October 2018 in The Washington Post. Click here to read the full article.
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