"Military Doctrine and Strategy"
17 Oct 2014
ISIS: The Military Response in Iraq and Syria
Author: Louisa Brooke-Holland, Claire Mills
House of Commons Library
This paper examines the various military responses carried out by Western and Middle Eastern states to counter the threat posed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
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The Future of US Extended Deterrence in Asia to 2025
Author: Robert A Manning
This report examines how US extended deterrence might help 1) maintain East Asian security over the next decade; 2) counter China's growing military and economic power in the region; and 3) cope with deterrence-eroding threats from new sources, inclu...
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Air and Space Power Journal: September-October 2014
Author: Robert D Davis, Joseph O Chapa, Jason M Newcomer, Sandra L Kolberg, Jon M Corey, Mort Rolleston, Ric Trimillos, Tom Gill, Mark Clodfelter, John F Price Jr
Air Force Research Institute (AFRI)
This issue of the Air and Space Power Journal includes articles on 1) potential arming and refueling points for US aircraft in the Asia-Pacific; 2) the lack of public awareness regarding the US policy of operating remotely piloted aircraft; 3) the ri...
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The US-led Campaign against the Islamic State: Many Questions, Few Answers
Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre (NOREF)
This commentary discusses the strategic implications of the US commitment to destroy the Islamic State (IS).
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Distinguishing Acts of War in Cyberspace
Author: Jeffrey L Caton
Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College (SSI)
This monograph examines the question of what constitutes an act of war, or aggression, in the cyberspace domain.
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Improving United Nations Capacity for Rapid Deployment
Author: H Peter Langille
International Peace Institute (IPI)
This report assesses the UN’s capacity to rapidly deploy large peace operations by evaluating eight initiatives designed to help it reach this goal.
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