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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. EU Defense After Ukraine: A New Capabilities Agenda

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

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

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

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

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

31. Building a Team for Next Generation Air Dominance

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

42. Bureaucratic policy and defense cooperation among the Baltic states

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

44. The Military’s Return to Brazilian Politics

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

46. Military Effects Of Economic Sanctions On Russia

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

48. An Israeli National Guard?

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

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

51. 40 años dela pertenencia de España a la OTAN: desafíos pasados y futuros de una relación procelosa

52. Towards Sustainable Peace and Cooperation

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

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

55. Contested Deployment

56. Framing the Future of the US Military Profession

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

65. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Political Warfare and Propaganda

66. US Credibility and the Afghanistan Withdrawal

67. Europe’s Strategic Compass: Merits and Shortcomings

68. America’s “Forever War” and the End of the Washington-led Unipolar World

69. High power microwave for knocking out programmable suicide drones

70. Defence diplomatic relations between Poland and China and how they can be improved

71. Russia or the West – Which Should Jerusalem Choose?

72. Neither a Conscript Army nor an All-Volunteer Force: An Emergent IDF Model

73. The Costs of Working with the Americans in Afghanistan: The United States’ Broken Special Immigrant Visa Process

74. United States Counterterrorism Operations 2018–2020

75. Ottoman Campaigns in the First World War

76. The Canadian Armed Forces Primary Reserves and Aid to the Civil Power

77. The Unpredictable Course of Naval Innovation – The Guns of HMS Thunderer

78. Russian Strategic Culture after the Cold War: The Primacy of Conventional Force

79. Leveraging Submarine Cables for Political Gain: U.S. Responses to Chinese Strategy

80. Evolving UAE Military and Foreign Security Cooperation: Path Toward Military Professionalism

81. Myanmar: Time for New Regional Diplomacy

82. Space and Missile Wars: What Awaits

83. China's Civil Nuclear Sector: Plowshares to Swords?

84. New Frontiers for Security Cooperation with Seoul and Tokyo

85. Prospects For Russia’s Policy Towards Afghanistan

86. The Integration of the Western Balkans in NATO: a Logical Step in the Strengthening of the Regional Security Community in South East Europe

87. Professionalization, Local Military Context, and Reconstruction of the Army in Afghanistan

88. Egypt’s Defense Industry: Dependency, Civilian Production, and Attempts at Autonomy

89. Toward an Inclusive Security Arrangement in the Persian Gulf

90. The Dominance Dilemma: The American Approach to NATO and its Future

91. Responsible Statecraft Requires Remaking America’s Foreign Relations Tool Kit

92. Nothing Much to Do: Why America Can Bring All Troops Home From the Middle East

93. France’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and its overseas territories in the Indian and Pacific oceans: Characteristics, capabilities, constraints and avenues for deepening the Franco-Australian strategic partnership

94. Somebody might hear us: Emerging communications security technologies

95. Stronger Together: US force posture in Australia’s north—a US perspective on Australia’s strategic geography


97. Limited Rapprochement: Prospects for Turkish-Israeli Convergence of Interests

98. Moscow's Central Role: Have the Rules of Engagement Changed in Syria after the recent Israeli Strikes?

99. A Spiraling Crisis: The different scenarios of Ethiopia’s civil war amid Tigray’s military advancement

100. Pragmatic Adaptation: American Surrender and Regional Acceptance After Taliban’s Takeover of Afghanistan