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1. The War against Ukraine and Its Lessons for NATO Militaries: Food for Thought

2. China Maritime Report No. 25: More Chinese Ferry Tales: China's Use of Civilian Shipping in Military Activities, 2021-2022

3. China Maritime Report No. 26: Beyond the First Battle: Overcoming a Protracted Blockade of Taiwan

4. Prescription for Military Paralysis: Wartime Reactor Meltdowns (Occasional Paper 2305)


6. Russian aggression and the European Arctic: Avoiding the trap of Arctic exceptionalism

7. How Russia Went to War: The Kremlin’s Preparations for Its Aggression Against Ukraine

8. Russia’s Military Industry Forecast 2023-2025

9. Russia’s War in Ukraine: Critical Vulnerabilities to Russia’s Military Operations and Systems

10. Moving to an Offshore Balancing Strategy for East Asia

11. The social identity of the Ukrainian soldier in the conditions of the legal regime of martial law

12. EU lessons from the evacuation of Kabul: Part 1 – What went wrong? The decision-making moments

13. EU lessons from the evacuation of Kabul: Part 2 – Critical factors in the failure to prepare for evacuation

14. Russia-China Defense Cooperation

15. U.S.-China Competition and Military AI: How Washington Can Manage Strategic Risks amid Rivalry with Beijing

16. Campaign of Denial: Strengthening Simultaneous Deterrence in the Indo-Pacific and Europe

17. Resisting China’s Gray Zone Military Pressure on Taiwan

18. CTC Sentinel: October/November 2023 Issue

19. The Next Generation of Iranian Ballistic Missiles: Technical Advances, Strategic Objectives, and Potential Western Responses

20. Enemy at the Gates: A Strategic Cultural Analysis of Russian Approaches to Conflict in the Information Domain

21. The Human Weapon System in Gray Zone Competition

22. Intermediate Force Capabilities: Countering Adversaries across the Competition Continuum

23. Colonel John Boyd's Thoughts on Disruption A Useful Effects Spiral from Uncertainty to Chaos

24. The attack-reconnaissance squadron as a new formula and a new quality of the attack helicopter squadron of the Polish Armed Forces

25. China, Europe, and the Pandemic Recession: Beijing’s Investments and Transatlantic Security

26. Contested Deployment

27. Framing the Future of the US Military Profession

28. THE DAY AFTER: Anticipating trouble in the event of a US withdrawal from Syria

29. Entangling alliances? Europe, the United States, Asia, and the risk of a new 1914

30. Belarus's Reaction to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

31. Are Gender Inclusive Militaries Better at Integrating Disruptive Technologies?

32. The Military’s Return to Brazilian Politics

33. China - A Non-neutral Party in the Russo-Ukrainian War

34. Military Effects Of Economic Sanctions On Russia

35. War in Ukraine enters its second month: serious implications and far-reaching changes

36. An Israeli National Guard?

37. A Rising and Falling Alarm: A Strategy for a Joint Exercise in the Home Front Command

38. Estrategia militar de la OTAN: doctrinas y conceptos estratégicos. Recepción en España

39. 40 años dela pertenencia de España a la OTAN: desafíos pasados y futuros de una relación procelosa

40. Towards Sustainable Peace and Cooperation

41. Back to barracks: Building democracy after the military coup in Sudan

42. EU Defense After Ukraine: A New Capabilities Agenda

43. How Will China Respond to the Russia-Ukraine Crisis?

44. The Wisdom of U.S. Military Withdrawal from Afghanistan

45. Bases, Logistics, and the Problem of Temptation in the Middle East

46. Regaining the High Ground Against China: A Plan to Achieve US Naval Aviation Superiority This Decade

47. Regaining Decision Advantage: Revising JADC2 to Buttress Deterrence in Our Window of Greatest Need

48. Building a Team for Next Generation Air Dominance

49. The U.S.-Egypt Military Relationship: Complexities, Contradictions, and Challenges

50. Fighting Jihadists By, With, and Through U.S. Partners: Lessons Learned and Future Prospects

51. Iran's Nuclear Hedging Strategy: Shaping the Islamic Republic's Proliferation Calculus

52. China’s 2022 Defense Budget: Behind the Numbers

53. Gay in the PLA: Chinese Military Views on Homosexuals Serving in the Armed Forces

54. Europe’s Area of Maritime Interest in Northeast Asia

55. Bureaucratic policy and defense cooperation among the Baltic states

56. The performance of the Portuguese Armed Forces and the relevance of military capabilities in 21st century: The different perspectives of citizens and militaries

57. The Future of the Joint Warfighting Headquarters: An Alternative Approach to the Joint Task Force

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

59. US Arms Sales Reveal Discord in Taiwan's Defense Strategy

60. China Maritime Report No. 24: Incubators of Sea Power: Vessel Training Centers and the Modernization of the PLAN Surface Fleet


62. The Graveyard of Hubris – Yemen Annual Review 2021

63. Don’t Fear Vacuums: It’s Safe To Go Home

64. November 2021 Issue

65. October 2021 Issue

66. June 2021 Issue

67. April/May 2021 Issue

68. March 2021 Issue

69. “This is War”: Examining Military Experience Among the Capitol Hill Siege Participants

70. Saudi Arabia: A Colossus with Clay Feets/Arabia Saudí: Un coloso con los pies de barro

71. La perspectiva de género en las operaciones militares. Exigencia jurídica y operativa

72. Fall 2021 edition of Contemporary Eurasia

73. Spring 2021 edition of Contemporary Eurasia

74. The Forecast of the Number of Soldiers in the Saudi Arabian Army in Terms of Military Security

75. Principles for Building Confidence and Stability into National Defenses and International Security – toward sufficient, affordable, robust, and reliable defense postures

76. Military Crackdown in Burma and the Massacres of 8/8/88

77. Hedging as a Survival Strategy for Small States: The Case of Kuwait

78. Americans Split on Military Aid to Israel, Say Political Status Quo Unacceptable

79. Hybrid warfare –a threat to the national security of the state

80. Waves of ambition: Russia’s military build-up in Crimea and the Black Sea

81. The EU’s military engagement in Central Mediterranean – Migrant crisis and arms embargo intertwined

82. Cyber Conscription: Experience and Best Practice from Selected Countries

83. How to Recalibrate U.S. Policy in the Middle East

84. Russia’s Coercive Diplomacy: Why Did the Kremlin Mass Its Forces Near Ukraine This Spring?

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

86. Zapad 2021 and Russia’s Potential for Warfighting

87. Autonomous Weapon Systems and International Humanitarian Law: Identifying Limits and the Required Type and Degree of Human–Machine Interaction

88. Trends in World Military Expenditure, 2020

89. Building a Strong and Independent Iraq: Policy Guidance for the Biden Administration

90. Competing in Time: Ensuring Capability Advantage and Mission Success through Adaptable Resource Allocation

91. Implementing Decision-Centric Warfare: Elevating Command and Control to Gain an Optionality Advantage

92. The Invisible Battlefield: A Technology Strategy for US Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority

93. The ‘Magnificent Seven’ of European Defence Integration

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

95. The Role of County Veteran Service Officers

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

97. Transitioning to Tech: Transitioning Service Members and Veteran Perceptions Regarding a Career in the Technology Sector

98. Navigating Relations with Russia in the Arctic: A Roadmap for Stability

99. AI and International Stability: Risks and Confidence-Building Measures

100. Principles for the Combat Employment of Weapon Systems with Autonomous Functionalities