Strategic Insights

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Strategic Insights

 

Strategic Insights (SI) was published by the Department of National Security Affairs Center on Contemporary Conflict from 2002 – 2011. The E-journal is currently on hiatus until funding is renewed. We invite you to search for particular papers or browse the SI collection that extends over ten volumes and includes work by junior and senior scholars in the field. SI published peer-reviewed articles as well as viewpoints that address issues of interest to the makers and executors of U.S. national security policy.

Recent Submissions

  • Masellis, Nick M. (2010)
    The situation on the ground in Afghanistan remains tenuous. Despite a strategy that has been under the auspices of a population-centric counterinsurgency (COIN) campaign—as presented by General McChrystal, officially ...
  • Moran, Daniel (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2002-12-02)
    The world was on fire. Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland—gone. France, a Great Power by any reckoning eighteen months before, had been crushed by German armies in a matter of weeks. The Balkans and North Africa were ablaze. ...
  • Muhammad, Raza (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2007-06)
    This dialogue for long-term security and cooperation in the U.S.–Pakistan Strategic Partnership is an excellent concept—the more such dialogues we have the greater the depth and breadth this relationship will have. ...
  • Looney, Robert (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2003-08-01)
    Iraq has been blessed with abundant economic and human resources. It has the second highest proven oil reserves in the world at around 112 billion barrels, after Saudi Arabia with 262 billion barrels. However, despite its ...
  • Looney, Robert (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2002-06-01)
    Following the September 11 terrorist attacks the United States has revamped many of its foreign aid programs. Prior to that date the administration's top foreign aid initiatives for the 2002 fiscal year had been combating ...
  • Masellis, Nick M. (2010)
    The situation on the ground in Afghanistan remains tenuous. Despite a strategy that has been under the auspices of a population-centric counterinsurgency (COIN) campaign—as presented by General McChrystal, officially ...
  • Moran, Daniel (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2002-12-02)
    The world was on fire. Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland—gone. France, a Great Power by any reckoning eighteen months before, had been crushed by German armies in a matter of weeks. The Balkans and North Africa were ablaze. ...
  • Muhammad, Raza (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2007-06)
    This dialogue for long-term security and cooperation in the U.S.–Pakistan Strategic Partnership is an excellent concept—the more such dialogues we have the greater the depth and breadth this relationship will have. ...
  • Looney, Robert (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2003-08-01)
    Iraq has been blessed with abundant economic and human resources. It has the second highest proven oil reserves in the world at around 112 billion barrels, after Saudi Arabia with 262 billion barrels. However, despite its ...
  • Looney, Robert (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2002-06-01)
    Following the September 11 terrorist attacks the United States has revamped many of its foreign aid programs. Prior to that date the administration's top foreign aid initiatives for the 2002 fiscal year had been combating ...