The Editor’s Choice series revisits OTH classics and articles with enduring relevance.Read more
In the future, advanced human-machine collaborative networks will engage friendly, neutral and enemy networks across a spectrum of conflict.Read more
If America expects to maintain its economic and military advantages around the globe, it must also reinforce existing diplomatic, economic, and military relationships to avoid a premature end to US global primacy.
By Aaron Sick and Mark Nexon
China’s rise challenges the Asia-Pacific’s balance of power, making it difficult for relatively smaller Pacific nations. Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and others compete for natural resources and in fiscal markets with their larger neighbors.
By Allison Hardwick
The lesson will be learned the hard way if the US does not take action to better synchronize the efforts of government-at-large.Read more