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America Needs an Open Source Intelligence Fusion Center

The humanitarian world often has a healthy suspicion of the military. This is understandable. It can be very dangerous for ...
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Two Sides of the Vietnam War and its Personal Costs

Wars end, but for those who live through them, they are not over. Thats the common thread in these two otherwise ...
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Simple Rules and Tools for Modern Leadership

A quick browse of the shelves of any academic library, bookstore, or duty-free airport lounge will reveal endless stacks of ...
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A Bitter Pill: Fake Drugs and Global Health Security

There is an emerging discourse in the security field regarding health security and how issues within the realm of defense ...
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UK General Election: There Are No Votes in Defence

The astute reader may have noticed the “c” in “defence” contained in the title – these words weren’t spoken by ...
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The NFLs Phony Patriotism

On the face of it, the photo looks inspirational: Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman posing next to three men in ...
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Is Afghanistan Turning a Corner?

The news since 2001 from Afghanistan has been steady drumbeat of bleak headlines. With the exception of the occasional good ...
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House of Cards: How King Salmans Reshuffling May Backfire

In the midst of a harsh military campaign in Yemen, Saudi King Salman has managed to surprise once again. Before ...
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Fixing Military Intelligence Gathering, but of the Medical Kind

Exploring the history of military preventive medicine, one thing becomes certain: Science and humankind have made significant progress in preventing casualties due ...
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Iran is no Irrational Martyr State

As word of an interim agreement on Iran’s nuclear program filtered out, Iranians on the streets in Tehran rejoiced. Meanwhile, ...