Thomas Christensen has a new report in the Asan Institute for Policy Studies. Entitled, “No New Cold War: Why US-China Strategic Competition will not be like the US-Soviet Cold War,” you can read it Here.
Jason Healey has a new opinion piece in Defense One. Entitled, “Could Trump Deploy US Cyber Command Against Protestors?” , you can read it Here.
Derek Chollet has a new opinion piece in War on the Rocks. Entitled, “In 2020, Eisenhower is a Lantern in the Dark,” you can read it Here.
Séverine Autesserre has won the 2021 ISSS / ISA “Emerging Scholar Award” from the International Studies Association’s International Security Studies Section. In it’s announcement, the committee noted that Autesserre’s work has revolutionized the study and practice of peacebuilding, and of security studies more generally. They especially noted the importance of her fieldwork in many war zones […]
On August 20, 2020, Sarah Kovner was interviewed by host Joshua Landis on his ABC Australia radio show, Between the Lines, about her new book, “Prisoners of the Empire: Inside Japanese POW Camps,” Cambridge: Harvard University Press (September 15, 2020.) Her segment begins at 14:15 and you can listen Here.
Lincoln Mitchell has a new column in CNN Opinion. Entitles, “Biden Shouldn’t Rule Out a Second Term if He Wins,” you can read it Here.
Jason Healey has a new article in the Fall 2020 US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters. Entitled, “A Bizarre Pair: Counterinsurgency Lessons for Cyber Conflict,” you can read it Here.
Stuart Gottlieb has a new opinion piece in The Hill. Entitled, “The Myth of of America’s Unique Covid-19 Failure,” you can read it Here
Jason Healey has a new piece in OODA Loop. Entitled, “The Clean Network Initiative: Another Nail in the Coffin of An Open Internet,” you can read it Here.
Lincoln Mitchell has a new piece in CNN Opinion, entitled, “What Trump gets wrong about law and order,” you can read it Here.