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Strategic Innovator: Journal of Strategic Innovation Welcome to Strategic Innovator!
Apr 1, 2014 – Welcome to our inaugural issue of Strategic Innovator, a new content track of DefenseInnovator.com (part of the TechnologyInnovator.com family). Published by author and strategic studies expert Barry Scott Zellen, who... Read the rest

CGSC Special Guest Feature: Closing NATO’s Strategy and Capabilities Gap
Apr 1, 2014 – INTRODUCTION “The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.” ― Albert Einstein NATO has proven its value since its creation in 1949. The original aim of this Western military... Read the rest

CGSC Special Guest Feature: More Money, More Problems: The Role of the Multinational Corporation in the Growth of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Economy
Apr 1, 2014 – Abstract This study discusses the activity of Multinational Corporations (MNCs) and how it is intrinsically linked with the economic growth of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRoC). Since the... Read the rest

CGSC Special Guest Feature: A New Approach for Development Aid
Apr 1, 2014 – Abstract Over the past six decades development aid institutions have collectively spent billions of dollars to eradicate poverty and provide a long-term solution for economic and social stability. Presently over... Read the rest

CGSC Special Guest Feature: Money and Partnership: The Limits of U.S. Economic Power in Latin America
Apr 1, 2014 – Abstract This study examined how U.S. economic power could be best used to protect friendly Latin American governments in order to promote stability and U.S. regional influence. The study analyzed... Read the rest

CGSC Special Guest Feature: Mexico, NAFTA, and China
Apr 1, 2014 – Abstract Chinese trade competition, post-China WTO membership, has been blamed for contributing to slower than expected economic growth in Mexico because Chinese competition has eroded advantages in trade with the... Read the rest

Innovation Insights: Geospatial Technologies and Humanitarian Goals: Can Geospatial Technologies Inspire Sympathy?
Apr 1, 2014 – Innovation Insights:   Peace activists and humanitarian groups have long struggled with one of the most persistent barriers to effective humanitarian action: limited capacity for human beings to care. Often... Read the rest

Literary Insights: A review of Richard Rumelt’s 2011 Good Strategy/Bad Strategy
Apr 1, 2014 – Literary Insights: A review of Richard Rumelt’s Good Strategy/ Bad Strategy (Crown Business. 2011. 336 pages). Reviewed by Daniel Clausen, PhD International Relations, Florida International University Lately, there seems no... Read the rest

The Fast-Changing Arctic: Widely reviewed and now in over 100 libraries worldwide!
Apr 1, 2014 – We are pleased to report that The Fast-Changing Arctic -- our latest book project on Arctic security and the geopolitics of the polar thaw to come to press as the... Read the rest

Culture, Conflict and COIN Now in 85 Libraries!
Apr 1, 2014 – Culture, Conflict and Counterinsurgency (Stanford University Press, January 2014) was published only 70 days ago! We are pleased to observe that our newest book publication, Culture, Conflict, and Counterinsurgency (Stanford... Read the rest

The Realist Tradition in International Relations -- Foundations of Western Order: Now in over 500 libraries worldwide!
Apr 1, 2014 – We are pleased to announce that our 2011 four-volume treatise, The Realist Tradition in International Relations: Foundations of Western Order, is now in over 500 libraries worldwide -- 506 to... Read the rest

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