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Hurtling Toward Failure: Complexity in Army Operations

25 Jul 2014 Security Watch

The US Army continues to rely on technology as a way to cope with battlefield uncertainty. That’s all well and good, argues Donald Kingston, but the service's increased reliance on complex information systems is almost begging for trouble. Yes, it’s time for the army to ‘harness’ these systems more effectively. More on «Hurtling Toward Failure: Complexity in Army Operations»


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The Next Generation WMD Nonproliferation Agenda

25 Jul 2014 Security Watch

The WMD supply chain is moving to parts of the world that have very little interest in the global nonproliferation regime, warns Johan Bergenas. That means it’s time for an updated nonproliferation agenda that accounts for the socio-economic needs of developing and emerging nations. More on «The Next Generation WMD Nonproliferation Agenda »


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The Regional Dimension of Central Asian Security Cooperation

24 Jul 2014 Security Watch

Over the last twelve years, the security dynamics of Central Asia have been dominated by Afghanistan. Not anymore, argues David Erkomaishvili. The region’s security calculations are already being dominated by more traditional ethnic, tribal and sectarian concerns. More on «The Regional Dimension of Central Asian Security Cooperation»