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1. ASEAN Matters for America/America Matters for ASEAN

2. The Militarization of Cyberspace? Cyber-Related Provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act

3. To Patch or Not to Patch: Improving the US Vulnerabilities Equities Process

4. 2021 Reader’s Guide to Understanding the Proposed US Cyber Enforcement Budget

5. Cooperation or Coercion? The Views of US Opinion Leaders on Foreign Policy Approaches

6. US, Japan, and South Korea Coordination Key to Competing in Southeast Asia

7. For First Time, Half of Americans Favor Defending Taiwan If China Invades

8. Russia in NATO's South Expansionist Strategy or Defensive Posture?

9. NATO's Eastern Flank: Retooling the US-Baltic Security Link

10. NATO 2030: New Technologies, New Conflicts, New Partnerships

11. Central European Security: History and Geography Matter

12. The Strategic Argument for a Political NATO

13. The Global Dimensions of NATO's Future Posture

14. NATO Strategy: Integrating Defense and Collaborative Security

15. Jihadi Radicalization: Between the Local and the Global

16. Net Assessment: "Competition Is For Losers"

17. Principles of Nuclear Deterrence and Strategy

18. The Shape of Things to Come: Why the Pentagon Must Embrace Soft Power to Compete with China

19. Trying to govern the ungovernable: International Law on cyber and information operations in Russian

20. Europe’s Missile Defence and Italy: Capabilities and Cooperation

21. Veteran Disability Compensation and the Army Profession: Good Intentions Gone Awry

22. ‘Defence Against Help’ Revisiting a Primary Justification for Canadian Participation in Continental Defence with the United States

23. Reforming U.S. Export Controls to Reflect the Threat Landscape

24. US Foreign Policy to South America since 9/11: Neglect or Militarisation?

25. Developments in U.S. Defence Spending: Implications for NATO

26. Manufactured Crisis: “Deindustrialization,” Free Markets, and National Security

27. President Biden: Try for a Double Play on Iran and Afghanistan

28. From one master of survival to another: a tardigrade’s plea for NATO2030

29. For a New NATO-EU Bargain

30. Toward a meaningful metric: replacing NATO’s 2% defence spending target

31. EU and NATO Strategy: A Compass, a Concept, and a Concordat

32. How the Strategic Compass can Incubate a European Prototype for Burden Sharing

33. #NATO2030: America’s Transatlantic Agenda

34. #NATO2030: NATO’s Force Structure and Posture

35. Where are the Carriers? U.S. National Strategy and the Choices Ahead

36. Resilient Aerial Refueling: Safeguarding the US Military’s Global Reach

37. Advancing Decision-Centric Warfare: Gaining Advantage Through Force Design and Mission Integration

38. Regaining the Digital Advantage: A Demand-Focused Strategy for US Microelectronics Competitiveness

39. Risky Business: Future Strategy and Force Options for the Defense Department

40. Improving Joint Operational Concept Development within the U.S. Department of Defense

41. Making Sense of Cents: Parsing the U.S. Department of Defense’s FY 2022 Budget Request

42. Military cooperation between Serbia and the USA: dynamically under the public radar

43. Sea Change? The Impact of the US Presidential Election on Central and South-Eastern European Security and Defence

44. European Security Seminar EU – NATO Cooperation: Seminar Report

45. Can and Will Germany Be a Viable Partner in a U.S. “Pushback” Strategy Towards Russia?

46. Global NATO: What Future for the Alliance's Out-of-area Efforts?

47. The U.S. Needs to Up Its Economic Game in Southeast Asia

48. National Security Update 12: Status of 2020 Defense Authorization/Appropriations and NDAA Highlights

49. Financing Capital Assets: The Missing Link in Defence Procurement

50. Rediscovering a Strategic Purpose for NATO