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The United States’ Third Offset Strategy (TOS) is a step-change in military innovation offering the likelihood of strategic change in capability, designed to enable the US to maintain global hegemony
Date
05/12/2016
Over the past decade and a half, Russia has placed an increased emphasis on nuclear weapons in its military strategy and doctrine.
Date
15/11/2016
“The U.S.-Israel relationship is in trouble,” warn Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellows Robert D. Blackwill and Philip H.
Date
12/11/2016
There are no simple or reliable ways to estimate the trends in terrorism, and the National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC) no longer provides any declassified estimate of global trends.
Date
07/11/2016
Russia’s foreign policy has taken numerous unexpected turns since 2013.
Date
16/10/2016
Considering its geographic distance and lack of formal allies, the Middle East has played an outsized role in the history of Australia's global engagement.
Date
05/10/2016
There is no clear way to determine how much Chinese strategy shapes military spending versus how Chinese resources shape strategy; the two are always interdependent.
Date
28/09/2016
Military modernization efforts are a key variable when assessing the Korean Peninsula, and one where the shifting strategies and military efforts of the United States and China play an increasingly im
Date
22/09/2016
The vulnerability of satellites and other space assets to cyberattack is often overlooked in wider discussions of cyberthreats to critical national infrastructure.
Date
22/09/2016
Climate change is projected to produce more intense and frequent extreme weather events, multiple weather disturbances, along with broader climatological effects, such as sea level rise.
Date
21/09/2016

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