The New Rules of War
The visionary who first saw the age of "netwar" coming warns that the U.S. military is getting it wrong all over again. Here’s his plan to make conflict cheaper, smaller, and smarter.
By John Arquilla
In this exclusive collection of work, acclaimed conflict photographers explain how they captured pictures worth a thousand words.
The rise of militainment.
By P.W. Singer
From the bloody civil wars in Africa to the rag-tag insurgiences in Southeast Asia, 33 conflicts are raging around the world today, and it’s often innocent civilians who suffer the most.
By KAYVAN FARZANEH, ANDREW SWIFT, PETER WILLIAMS
Cutting-edge commentary on the changing nature of conflict.
By Edward Luttwak
By Andrew J. Bacevich
By Jeffrey Gettleman
Why the wars on cancer, poverty, drugs, terror, drunk driving, teen pregnancy, and other ills can't be won.
By MoisÉs NaÍm
What I learned in eight years reading propaganda from inside the Hermit Kingdom.
By B.R. Myers
The literature of Dubai's doomed quest to become a cultural mecca.
BY Michael Z. Wise
The good ayatollah
By Abbas Milani
By Davide Cantoni
By Colum Lynch
By Clive Baldwin
Former President Jimmy Carter and his former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski respond to Walter Russell Mead's "The Carter Syndrome."
Sitting in Limbo
The government of Abkhazia and the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization take issue with Graeme Wood's "Limbo World."
Ken Adelman thinks John Mueller is too dismissive of the nuclear threat.
BY ELIAS GROLL
BY F.W. DE KLERK
BY COLUM LYNCH
BY DEREK SCISSORS
By RACHEL LU
BY JOHN HUDSON