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AP Video: Five Days of Terror

April 21, 2013



Deviant Globalization

December 21, 2012


Deviant Globalization: Black Market Economy in the 21st Century This carefully curated selection of provocative and accessible essays helps us come to grips with the dark underside of the global economy, and sheds new light on what we can and should do about it.—Peter Andreas, Professor of Political Science and International Studies, Watson Institute for […]

Attack the Enemy’s Strategy

December 7, 2012


General James Mattis (Author), MG John R. Allen (Author), MG Daniel Bolger (Author), Bevin Alexander (Author), John DeRosa (Author), Ralph Peters (Author), Michael Yon (Author), COL John Antal (Editor), PJ Putnam  (Editor) Today, there is no more important issue to the warfighter than the topic of irregular warfare and, specifically, counterinsurgency. In Iraq and Afghanistan, the United States military, partnered with coalition forces, is fighting the long war. The outcome […]

My Readings for Seminar XXI

April 3, 2012


MIT Seminar XXI is coming to an end for this academic year. The last weekend event is this month. Here is the list of topics and assigned reading for the theme: U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY.  U.S. Grand Strategy: A Debate Barry Posen, “A Grand Strategy of Restraint” Robert Lieber, “Can the US Retain Primacy?” Robert Art, […]

Counterterrorism: What the new White House strategy document leaves out – By Tom Ricks | The Best Defense

July 5, 2011


Counterterrorism: What the new White House strategy document leaves out – By Tom Ricks | The Best Defense.

A Darwinian world-AFJ

May 20, 2011


I think he is incorrect in giving future global influence credit to IGOs…if his argument is the economy, then it would be corporations and/or illicit corporations. IGOs will only give credibility to actions so that one nations actions are not perceived as one sovereign infringing on another sovereign. At least we have conflict to look […]

The Leaderless Jihad’s Leader | Foreign Affairs

May 14, 2011


The headlines splashed across papers worldwide this past week said it all. The New York Times shouted that “Data From Raid Shows Bin Laden Plotted Attacks;” on Reuters, the news read “Bin Laden remained active in targeting U.S;” and El Pais asked “¿Quién dijo jihad sin líder?” Who Said Leaderless Jihad?. Information confirming bin Laden’s […]