SARAH HOLEWINSKI — Protecting civilians during wartime must be a strategic priority for American policymakers. Continue reading “Learning Civilian Protection”
NATHAN J. BROWN — Egypt’s president may have far less control over the post-revolutionary state than it seems. Continue reading “Experimenting in Cairo”
DAVID B. ROBERTS — A proclivity for adventurism in Riyadh, Doha, and Abu Dhabi may strain existing inefficiencies within a disunited GCC. Continue reading “Confusion in the Gulf”
MICHAEL KNIGHTS — The Islamic State is the least of Iraq’s challenges. Continue reading “Devils You Don’t Know”
RICHARD K. BETTS – The War on Terror has blurred the lines of war and law enforcement.
Continue reading “The Face of War”
ANDREW BACEVICH – We are today moving towards a multi-polar world, “although few in Washington are yet willing to acknowledge that.”