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1. NATO and the South after Ukraine

2. On the Horizon Vol. 4: A Collection of Papers from the Next Generation of Nuclear Professionals

3. The Department of Defense Contributions to Pandemic Response

4. Russia Futures: Three Trajectories

5. Space Threat Assessment 2022

6. CSIS European Trilateral Track 2 Nuclear Dialogues

7. Defense Acquisition Trends 2021

8. Beyond Foreign Military Sales: Opportunities to Enhance Japan-U.S. Defense Industrial Cooperation

9. Measuring Congressional Impact on Defense Acquisition Funding

10. How Will a Revival of the JCPOA Affect Regional Politics and Iranian Militias?

11. Battle Networks and the Future Force

12. U.S. Military Forces in FY 2022: Peering into the Abyss

13. Russia’s Losing Hand in Ukraine

14. Russia’s War in Ukraine: Identity, History, and Conflict

15. The Ukraine War: Preparing for the Longer-Term Outcome

16. Counterterrorism from the Sky? How to Think Over the Horizon about Drones

17. What Does $40 Billion in Aid to Ukraine Buy?

18. The Pillars Necessary for a Strong Domestic Semiconductor Industry

19. The Challenge of European Political Will

20. U.S. Defense Posture in the Middle East

21. The Coming Storm: Insights from Ukraine about Escalation in Modern War

22. Russia’s Ill-Fated Invasion of Ukraine: Lessons in Modern Warfare

23. The Lessons of the Afghan War That No One Will Want to Learn

24. Cyber War and Ukraine

25. The Collapse of One China

26. Best and Bosom Friends: Why China-Russia Ties Will Deepen after Russia’s War on Ukraine

27. Indispensable: NATO’s Framework Nations Concept beyond Madrid

28. Resetting NATO’s Defense and Deterrence: The Sword and the Shield Redux

29. The Need for a New NATO Force Planning Exercise

30. North America Is a Region, Too: An Integrated, Phased, and Affordable Approach to Air and Missile Defense for the Homeland

31. Software-Defined Warfare: Architecting the DOD's Transition to the Digital Age

32. The CNO’s Navigation Plan for 2022: A Critique

33. What If . . . Alternatives to a Chinese Military Invasion of Taiwan Image

34. Keeping the U.S. Military Engine Edge: Budget and Contract Trends

35. Baltic Conflict: Russia’s Goal to Distract NATO?

36. A World in Crisis: The “Winter Wars” of 2022–2023

37. A Green Wave?

38. “Reunification” with Taiwan through Force Would Be a Pyrrhic Victory for China

39. The United States’ Soft War with Iran

40. NATO: Going From the 2% Non-Solution to Meaningful Planning

41. Space Force or Space Corps?

42. Tell Me How This Ends: Military Advice, Strategic Goals, and the “Forever War” in Afghanistan

43. Creating a Real Peace in Afghanistan

44. China’s New 2019 Defense White Paper

45. ‘Peace’ in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Yemen

46. Achilles’ Heel: Adding Resilience to NATO’s Fragile Missile Shield

47. Acquisition of Software-Defined Hardware-Based Adaptable Systems

48. The State of the Fighting in the Afghan War in Mid-2019

49. The Civil Challenges to Peace in Afghanistan

50. The Return of ISIS in Iraq, Syria, and the Middle East

51. Understanding DoD’s Defense-Wide Zero-Based Review

52. U.S. Military Forces in FY 2020: The Struggle to Align Forces with Strategy

53. U.S. Military Forces in FY 2020: The Strategic and Budget Context

54. America’s Military Spending and the Uncertain Costs of its Wars: The Need for Transparent Reporting

55. Eritrea: The Independence Struggle and the Struggles of Independence

56. Imperfect Proxies: The Pros and Perils of Partnering with Non-State Actors for CT

57. What to Look for in the FY 2020 Defense Budget Request

58. Beating the Air into Submission: Investing in Vertical Lift Modernization

59. Finishing Strong: Seeking a Proper Exit from Afghanistan

60. CSIS European Trilateral Track 2 Nuclear Dialogues

61. War by Proxy: Iran’s Growing Footprint in the Middle East

62. Korea, the JCPOA, and the Shifting Military Balance in the Gulf

63. Spaceports of the World

64. Masterpiece Theater: Missed Opportunities for Missile Defense in the 2020 Budget

65. Space Threat Assessment 2019

66. Preventing Catastrophe in Afghanistan

67. Acquisition Trends, 2018: Defense Contract Spending Bounces Back

68. Challenges, Changes, and Continuity: The United States and a Fragmented Regional Order

69. Shifting the Burden Responsibly: Oversight and Accountability in U.S. Security Sector Assistance

70. Pursuing Effective and Conflict-Aware Stabilization: Partnering for Success

71. The Implications of U.S. Policy Stagnation toward the Arctic Region

72. How Much Will the Space Force Cost?

73. The Arab Gulf States and Iran: Military Spending, Modernization, and the Shifting Military Balance

74. Measuring the Impact of Sequestration and the Drawdown on the Defense Industrial Base

75. Distributed Defense New Operational Concepts for Integrated Air and Missile Defense

76. The Return of Political Warfare

77. Enhanced Deterrence in the North A 21st Century European Engagement Strategy

78. Countering Adversary Threats to Democratic Institutions

79. The Revolution in Civil-Military Affairs

80. Coping with Surprise in Great Power Conflicts

81. Project on Nuclear Issues A Collection of Papers from the 2017 Conference Series and Nuclear Scholars Initiative

82. Trump’s 2019 Missile Defense Budget: Choosing Capacity over Capability

83. Russia's New Nuclear Weapons: Whoever Dies with the Most Toys Wins?

84. Contested Seas Maritime Domain Awareness in Northern Europe

85. Military Spending: The Other Side of Saudi Security

86. U.S. Strategy, the JCPOA Iranian Nuclear Arms Agreement, and the Gulf: Playing the Long Game

87. Security Implications of China’s Military Presence in the Indian Ocean

88. Developing a Containment Strategy in Syria

89. Restoring the Eastern Mediterranean as a U.S. Strategic Anchor

90. Shield of the Pacific: Japan as a Giant Aegis Destroyer

91. The Korean Civil-Military Balance

92. The U.S., NATO, and the Defense of Europe: Underlying Trends

93. The Evolution of U.S. Defense Posture in North and West Africa

94. The U.S. Defense Budget in FY2019: Underlying Trends

95. Transition in Afghanistan: Losing the Forgotten War?

96. The Myth of Petroleum Independence and Foreign Policy Isolation

97. Maritime Security in the Middle East and North Africa: A Strategic Assessment

98. Improving the US-GCC Security Partnership: Planning for the Future

99. The Challenges to Transition in Afghanistan: 2014-2015

100. Exploring New Ways to Provide Enduring Strategic Effects for the Department of Defense