Canadian Military Journal, Issue 15, No 3
Author: Éric Tremblay, Bill Bentley, Adam MacDonald, Ben Zweibelson, Carl Pépin, Mike Draho, Ryan Goldsworthy, Martin Shadwick
Canadian Military Journal (CMJ)
This issue of the CMJ includes articles on 1) Canada's historical and present strategic culture; 2) the militarization of the Arctic; 3) the relevance of ‘swarm theory’ or ‘swarm behavior’ in military applications or military decision-making; 4) a po...
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Military and Strategic Affairs, Vol 6, No 1
Author: Ehud Olmert, Stephen J Cimbala, Shahar Argaman, Gabi Siboni, Saul Bronfeld, Liram Stenzler-Koblentz, Lincoln Edson Flake
Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)
The articles in this issue deal with: 1) the Second Lebanese War and the lessons derived from it; 2) the threat posed by the spread of nuclear weapons in Asia; 3) the scope and impact of cyber theft and cyber industrial espionage globally and in Isra...
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Norway and the Bear
Author: Justyna Gotkowska
Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW)
This paper examines Norway’s defense policy, particularly with regards to its Arctic possessions (the High North).
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Baltic Security and Defence Review 2014 (1)
Author: Kaspars Mazitans, Grazvydas Jasutis, Jakob Brink Rasmussen, Konstantinos Grivas, Milton Paul Davis, Risto Gabrielsson, Zdzislaw Sliwa, Annette Nolan, Enrico Magnani
Baltic Defence College (BDC)
The articles in this issue look at 1) military reform and capability development in the Russian armed forces between 2008 and 2012; 2) military integration between Russia and South Ossetia; 3) the influence of the unrecognized state of Serbian Krajin...
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Author: John H Pendleton
US Government Accountability Office (GAO)
The gradual retreat of polar sea ice, combined with an expected increase in human activity could eventually increase the need for a US military and homeland security presence in the Arctic.
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