How will the US and the Allies Meet the Challenge of Shifting from Slow-Mo to High Intensity Combat Operations?

China Asserts Its Role in Rewriting the Global Rules

By Colin Clark

Will the rest of the world enjoy the Chinese holiday or will it pine for the good old days of the Pax Americana?

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North Atlantic and Nordic Defense: Dealing with the Russian Challenge

By Robbin Laird

This Second Line of Defense Special Report deals with innovations in North Atlantic and Nordic defense to deal with the evolving Russian challenge.

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North Korean Crisis and the Trump-Trudeau Meeting

By Danny Lam

The schism between the Trump Administration and Trudeau Government on the DPRK threat cannot be more sharp.  And it is not just about the United States, it is a growing consensus among the liberal democracies in the Pacific on the nature of the threat as well.

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Airpower IB 21: The Importance of Changing the Business Rules

By Robbin Laird

our own overly bureaucratic and multiple layered testing and requirements community will guarantee that we will sub optimize the performance and success of our combat force.

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An Air Combat Force for Integrated Battle 21: Aiming for Domination in High Intensity Conflict

By Robbin Laird

Nothing less than a significant shift in USAF concepts of operations and resources is required to provide the nation and our allies with the kind of airpower for the Integrated Battlespace emerging in this decade of the 21st century

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PRC and Russian Intervention in the Korean Crisis

By Danny Lam

No matter what they do at the UN to “support” the US, it is clear that neither party are neutral and both are well on the way to becoming belligerents on DPRK’s side.

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