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Strategika: “Vladimir Putin’s Ambitions” with Thomas Donnelly

by Thomas Donnellyvia Strategika
Friday, May 9, 2014

Thomas Donnelly explains why resisting Russian expansion into Ukraine is an American security interest, examines whether Vladimir Putin’s ambitions will continue to grow, and makes recommendations for an American response.

Do drones present new military opportunities or are they simply an updated techn

Drones . . . in Context

by Thomas Donnellyvia Strategika
Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Thomas Donnelly discusses the significance of drones within the historical context of advancements in airpower.

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The Perils of the Pivot

by Thomas Donnellyvia Strategika
Saturday, February 1, 2014
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Drones: Old, New, Borrowed, Blue

by Thomas Donnellyvia Strategika
Wednesday, January 1, 2014

In 1907, just four years after the Wright Brothers had flown a few hundred yards across the beaches of North Carolina, H. G. Wells imagined The War in the Air. In Wells’ dark fantasy, the German Empire employs a fleet of airships to preemptively attack the United States, its only potential scientific, industrial, and geopolitical peer. The German target was New York.

What exactly are the strategic aims that North Korea hopes to achieve by the pos

Greetings, Americans: Understanding North Korea

by Thomas Donnellyvia Strategika
Friday, August 23, 2013

The American Enterprise Institute’s Thomas Donnelly examines what North Korea hopes to gain through its nuclear weapons program.