Truman Project Fellow Mike Lyons explains the reasoning and likely outcomes of the Pentagon’s budget cuts. Watch the full clip.
Truman Project Defense Council Member Daniel Hartnett explains how the Air Sea Battle concept affects the Rebalance to Asia. All throughout Air-Sea Battle (ASB) week, CIMSEC hosted articles about the ASB Concept. Each is well worth the time to read and digest for different views about U.S. military efforts to defeat the growing challenges presented by anti-access […]
Foreign Policy Association: GailForce: Latest Information from the Military on Its Cyberspace Operations Part One
Truman Project Senior Fellow Gail Harris writes about the Cyberspace Symposium 2014 and it’s insights into the future of military cybersecurity. Last week I attended the Cyberspace Symposium 2014 in Colorado Springs. The topic was: Managing Cyber Chaos: Integrating education, industry and government into the anarchy of the virtual world. I thought it was an excellent venue […]
U.S. Naval Institute: Classes for Nothing and Degrees for Free Pt. 2, or Knowledge (Thats What I Want)
In the final segment of his two part series, Truman Defense Council Member Scott Cheney-Peters discusses online education opportunities that are available to service-members in an article to the US Naval Institute blog. In our first post Scott and I wrote about education opportunities available for those supporting the U.S. Navy, from reserve Marine Corps to active […]
Leo Cruz, a Truman Project Partner and Iraqi War Veteran, discusses how climate change affects the US armed forces and poses a national security issue in an op-ed that appeared in The Hill. Severe drought. Record heat waves. Extreme storms. Food and water shortages. Mass migrations. These are but a few of the dangerous effects […]