Feb. 1, 2002

Global Trade: America’s Achilles’ Heel

This paper argues for the use of maritime domain awareness (MDA) to better protect the Nation without sacrificing economic vitality or overwhelming government budgets. Specifically, MDA relies upon exploiting available information to discern threats and concentrate resources to stop them.

Dec. 1, 2001

Current Export Policies: Trick or Treat?

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Nov. 1, 2001

Adapting Forces to a New Era: Ten Transforming Concepts

The authors outline a set of new operational concepts that build highly capable forces whose mastery of high-tech warfighting will allow decisive victories against new threats and well-armed opponents.

Nov. 1, 2001

Adapting Forces to a New Era: Ten Transforming Concepts

The authors outline a set of new operational concepts that build highly capable forces whose mastery of high-tech warfighting will allow decisive victories against new threats and well-armed opponents.

Oct. 1, 2001

UCAVs-Technological, Policy, and Operational Challenges

The author explains the use of unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs), its challenges, policy issues, and operational considerations.

Oct. 1, 2001

Maritime Access: Do Defenders Hold all the Cards?

The author describes the issue of maritime access for the Armed Forces.

Sept. 1, 2001

Resurrecting Transformation for the Post-Industrial Era

The author proposes recommendations for how the Armed Forces can constantly to transform itself to become more responsive and effective to modern threats.

June 1, 2001

Managing Change: Capability, Adaptability, and Transformation

Authors discuss the threefold challenge of capability, adaptability, and transformation in change and military modernization.

Jan. 1, 2001

Coping with an Attack, A Quick Guide to Dealing with Biological, Chemical and ‘Dirty Bomb’ Attacks

While our forces are well-trained and capable of responding to a CBRN attack, the safety of their dependents and our DOD civilian workforce remains a concern. If a military base with dependents were attacked, it is doubtful the family members or civilian employees would know what immediate actions to take.