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Making Sense of The MeK

July 4, 2019 Ilan I. Berman The National Interest

Quite simply, the MeK believes that, after forty years of active resistance, it has more “skin in the game” than any other personality or faction in the struggle against the Islamic Republic.

The Rise of Russia’s Hi-Tech Military

June 26, 2019 Samuel Bendett Fletcher Security Review

[T]he United States should be aware of key adversarial developments such as Russia’s emerging unmanned, autonomous, and AI capabilities, and prepare itself in terms of appropriate capabilities, tactics, and plans.  

Planning for Great Power Conflict

June 23, 2019 Margot van Loon, Mark A. Bucknam, Paula A. DeSutter, Howard Thompson, Michaela Dodge

The Case for Keeping the INF Treaty 

Planning for Arms Control Failure 

U.S. Nuclear Weapons Modernization: What and Why 

The Advent of Hypersonic Weapons: Implications and Challenges for Congress, the Defense Department, and Industry 

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