Strategic Studies Quarterly, Air University, Maxwell AFB, AL
/ Published May 28, 2018
Kelly A. Grieco
The 2018 NDS focuses on great power competition, but does it represent more continuity than change in the Trump administration's defense policies?
Stephen J. Cimbala
Are we headed for a lower threshold between conventional war fighting and nuclear first use in Europe or Asia?
Lt Col Garry S. Floyd Jr., USAF
Should planners use a covert operations approach that better accounts for the attribution problems inherent to operations in the cyber domain?
Peter Dombrowski and Simon Reich
Is President Trump’s approach to the use of military force characterized more by change or continuity compared to his predecessors?
Elizabeth L. Chalecki and Lisa L. Ferrari
Will geoengineering technologies have the potential to disrupt the global ecological status quo and mount a potentially coercive threat with implications as serious as those in wartime?
Brian G. Chow
Can a treaty restricting positioning of satellites and authorizing preemptive self-defense create a less threatening space environment?
By: Matthew Kroenig
Reviewed by: Todd C. Robinson
By: Scott Jasper
Reviewed by: Stephen Bucci
By: Derek S. Reveron, Nikolas K. Gvosdev, and
Mackubin Thomas Owens
Reviewed by: LTC Kurt P. VanderSteen, USA, Retired
By: Stephen J. Cimbala
Reviewed by: Mel Deaile
By: David Priess
Reviewed by: Damon Coletta
By: Robert H. Latiff
Reviewed by: Capt Sean E. Thompson, USAF
By: Damon V. Coletta
Reviewed by: Lt Col Joe Bassi, PhD, USAF, Retired
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