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    Amphibious Operations and the Evolution of Australian Defense Policy

    Are amphibious operations set to play an increasingly important role in Australia’s self-defense? Peter Dean thinks so. As he sees it, the inexorable rise of the ‘Asian Century’ and the United States’ pivot toward the Asia-Pacific region will make such operations a necessity rather than a luxury. More

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    Russia: a Euro-Pacific Power?

    Margarete Klein is convinced that Russia has rejuvenated its political, economic and military status in East Asia. Yet, in the absence of a coherent strategy for the region and close ties with Washington and Tokyo, the prospects of Moscow regaining its great power standing in the area remain slim. More

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    Crescent Over The Thames

    Is the Muslim radicalization now occurring in Great Britain and other parts of Europe a by-product of the United States’ military interventions in the Middle East? Not really, says Jonathan Bronitsky. If anything, it has its roots in the unique circumstances of the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia. More

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    USAID & DOD: Analysis and Recommendations to Enhance Development-Military Cooperation

    The US government’s primary military & development arms – DoD and USAID – have a rich history of working together to promote America’s security interests. Benjamin Kauffeld reminds us, however, that a number of coordination challenges still exist between these first-tier examples of interagency cooperation. More

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    Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)

    Our featured partner this week is the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI), which is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. More


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16 Sep 2014 Security Watch

Amphibious Operations and the Evolution of Australian Defense Policy

Are amphibious operations set to play an increasingly important role in Australia’s self-defense? Peter Dean thinks so. As he sees it, the inexorable rise of the ‘Asian Century’ and the United States’ pivot toward the Asia-Pacific region will make such operations a necessity rather than a luxury. More on «Amphibious Operations and the Evolution of Australian Defense Policy»


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16 Sep 2014 Security Watch

Russia: a Euro-Pacific Power?

Margarete Klein is convinced that Russia has rejuvenated its political, economic and military status in East Asia. Yet, in the absence of a coherent strategy for the region and close ties with Washington and Tokyo, the prospects of Moscow regaining its great power standing in the area remain slim. More on «Russia: a Euro-Pacific Power?»


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16 Sep 2014ISN Blog

Crescent Over The Thames

Is the Muslim radicalization now occurring in Great Britain and other parts of Europe a by-product of the United States’ military interventions in the Middle East? Not really, says Jonathan Bronitsky. If anything, it has its roots in the unique circumstances of the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia. More on «Crescent Over The Thames»


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Aug 2014 Publications

USAID & DOD: Analysis and Recommendations to Enhance Development-Military Cooperation

The US government’s primary military & development arms – DoD and USAID – have a rich history of working together to promote America’s security interests. Benjamin Kauffeld reminds us, however, that a number of coordination challenges still exist between these first-tier examples of interagency cooperation. More on «USAID & DOD: Analysis and Recommendations to Enhance Development-Military Cooperation»


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