FACING UP TO GLOBAL INSECURITY: NEW FRAMEWORKS AND NEW TOOLS
Ben Zala | |
Max G. Manwaring, a Professor of Military Strategy in the Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) of the U.S. Army War College has written an interesting piece on what he calls the “new security reality” in which business-as-usual approaches are of little use.
UN officials call for stronger global measures to counter nuclear terrorism
28 September 2012
The consolidation of strong international mechanisms is vital to combat nuclear terrorism, senior United Nations officials stressed today, warning that countries must urgently act to tackle one of today’s most serious global threats.
Fixing Intelligence Analysis: From Specialists to Experts
September 21, 2012
Abstract: The U.S. military’s community of intelligence analysts has not been trained, manned, or resourced to adequately cope with an increasingly demanding set of responsibilities brought on by technological advances and the imperatives of fighting an irregular foe.