The initial political goal of the U.S. was to stabilize Afghanistan by transforming its government into one that refused to harbor terrorists.
Despite a public perception that the Pacific is all about ships, Army leadership is quick to note that it has more than 100,000 soldiers in the region and has the majority of Indo-PACOM’s personnel in Hawaii.
Identifying the main reasons why the U.S. failed to achieve its desired political and strategic aims in Afghanistan during 2001-2021.
Cyber attacks are not a new issue by any stretch of the imagination—but they are a rapidly growing threat.
Dr. Chris Reynolds was one of the first military personnel to deploy to Afghanistan after 9/11. Learn about his work in the region, his thoughts on U.S. troop withdrawal, and potential future threats.
Germany has tried and, in many ways, succeeded in using the EU as a vehicle for German growth with minimal dissention, but that took place during more prosperous times.
The new government in Israel is already into its fourth month. There were some supporters of Benjamin Netanyahu who did not expect the new government to pass the 100-day mark, but it did.
AMU professor Jen Bucholtz is also a licensed private investigator who has been investigating several cold cases. Hear how technology and crowdsourcing are important tools along with boots-on-the-ground investigation and why she hopes police will embrace the assistance of outside sources to bring justice for victims’ families.
The second annual SESA conference kicked off on Thursday, September 23rd, and featured an incredible roster of space thought-leaders.