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August 29, 2014
Why Drones Will Challenge Sovereignty But Won’t Proliferate

By Abhijit Iyer-Mitra: 

The Stimson Centre's recent report on drones was thorough, extraordinarily comprehensive and balanced. Even so, there are two potential shortcomings if one

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July 30, 2014 / By Barry Blechman, Russell Rumbaugh
‘Strategic Agility’: Behind The Air Force’s New 30-Year Plan

By Barry Blechman and Russell Rumbaugh: 

The myriad of conflicts raging worldwide right now would pose a challenge to any defense strategy. From Russian aggression in Ukraine and

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June 27, 2014 / By Yuki Tatsumi
Change in collective self-defense must be meaningful

Discussions on revising the current interpretation of Article 9 of Constitution are intensifying. In May 2014, the Advisory Panel on Reconstruction of the Legal Basis for Security

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June 06, 2014 / By Joshua T. White
How U.S. can reinvigorate India defense ties

By Vikram J. Singh and Joshua T. White:

Narendra Modi's landslide victory in last month's Indian general election has raised hopes that the country will break through the policy

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May 13, 2014 / By Rachel Stohl, Shannon Dick
Proposed US Arms Sales to Egypt Could Test New Conventional Arms Policy

By Shannon Dick and Rachel Stohl: 

While Egypt prepares for presidential elections on May 26-27, 2014, the Obama administration and the US Congress are debating whether to reinstate

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  • Caitlyn Antrim
    Executive Director, Rule of Law Committee for the Oceans