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Synergy of Coercion

December 17, 2012


This post originally appeared as a guest post at The Prying Eye “Air power is an unusually seductive form of military strength, in part because, like modern courtship, it appears to offer gratification without commitment.” Eliot A. Cohen, “The Mystique of U.S. Air Power,” Foreign Affairs. January/February 1994. In the quote above, Cohen references in […]

Guest Blogger: Technology is the Step-Mother of Necessity

January 13, 2012


The writer from “Thinking Like a Cheetah” has offered to be a guest writer here at rrugezbulues. He is the co-author of the emerging strategic approach paper seen here: the intersection of interdependence and stability. He has offered to write about the intersection of concepts and technology. A peek at his title: “Technology is the […]

Flashback: Fourth Epoch Warfare

January 4, 2012


Recent discussion amongst a group of military strategists revolved around whether “non-state actors pose an existential threat to the United States?” Further how to describe the threats and challenges that the future poses for the U.S. military. I think some answers can be found during the last soul-searching period of strategic thought, notably the mid-to-late […]