The troops arrived last week in Germany and are gathering in Poland before units will fan out across seven countries from Estonia to Bulgaria.
A Critique of Stephen R. Covington's “The Culture of Strategic Thought Behind Russia’s Modern Approaches to Warfare”
The lessons to be learned from Russian military history is that their theory and practice of war has been understood and learned through the loss and grief of generations of their countrymen.
If one is to take careful measure of Anthony M. Barrett’s perspective essay entitled “False Alarms, True Dangers?
The EU summit in Brussels at the end of June and the NATO summit in Warsaw at the beginning of July, following the Brexit referendum for Great Britain’s exit from EU, made clear that the US and EU are in the process of supporting a soft British tr
American military-political thought is abundant with many concepts. One of them is the theory of Rubicon. It implies that decision makers have certain limitations and, on the other hand, there are some mental guidelines, which provoke certain action