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Counterterrorism work in the United States looks to be undergoing a fundamental change as the administration reduces its concentration on al-Qaeda. This focus has been maintained since the 2001 terror attacks on the American mainland and led to the capture and death of al-Qaeda’s leader Osama Bin Laden. The question is whether the transformation reflects a shift in...
Dr. James Jay Carafano
Traditionally, wars have been fought between organised forces facing off in armed battle. That model is giving way to hi-tech operations which, in some cases, involve computer-operated, unmanned equipment, where one side is nowhere to be seen in the field of battle. But the geopolitical landscape is also influencing modern warfare. In a prelude to a series on Russi...
Professor Stefan Hedlund