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Strategic Thinkers From Manifesto to Mayhem: Discovery Bomber James J. Lee's Demands
Sep 2, 2010 – On September 1, 2010, James J. Lee strapped a bomb to his back, walked into the Discovery building in Silver Spring, MD and took three hostages before being shot and... Read the rest

Surviving the Dragon: An Interview with Tibetan Lama and Author, Arjia Rinpoche
Mar 30, 2010 – Since Burmese monks heroically rose up during the Saffron Revolution over almost three years ago, people-powered uprisings have rippled along the southwestern periphery of China. Two of these have internal... Read the rest

Book Review: Peoples of the Earth: A sensitive & comprehensive portrait of the First Peoples of the 'New World'
Mar 12, 2010 – Peoples of the Earth: Ethnonationalism, Democracy, and the Indigenous Challenge in 'Latin' America by Martin Edwin Andersen (Lexington Books, March 2010), 296 pages.  Peoples of the Earth: Ethnonationalism, Democracy, and... Read the rest

Book Review: On Thin Ice, "A must read from the troubador of the land of the midnight sun"
Feb 23, 2010 – In On Thin Ice, Barry Scott Zellen poses tough questions about Canada's claims to a vast swathe of the soon-to-be hotly contested resource-rich Arctic. Zellen not only shows how much... Read the rest

From Manifesto to Mayhem: Joe Stack's Last Words for Big Brother
Feb 8, 2010 – Joe Stack, the man suspected of intentionally crashing an airplane into a Texas office building today appears to have posted a lengthy online diatribe attacking the Internal Revenue Service and... Read the rest

One Tribe at a Time: A Strategy for Success in Afghanistan
Jan 15, 2010 – A note to the reader The thoughts and ideas that I will put forward in this paper are mine alone. Although I credit the U.S. army special forces for the... Read the rest

Power Hungry: Confronting the Dangers of American Myopia
Sep 1, 2009 – I just finished reading Chase Madar’s “Care Tactics: Samantha Power and the weaponization of human rights” (The American Conservative, Sept. 1, 2009) and found myself responding out loud as I... Read the rest

44 Ways to Support Jihad
Mar 1, 2009 – “Jihad is the greatest deed in Islam and the salvation of the ummah is in practicing it. In  times like these, when Muslim lands are occupied by the kuffar, when... Read the rest

From Manifesto to Mayhem: 44 Ways to Support Jihad by Anwar al Awlaki
Feb 5, 2009 – Anwar al Awlaki is a  U.S. citizen, who served as an imam in Colorado, California, and  WashingtonD.C. and worked as the Muslim Chaplain at George  WashingtonUniv. He was the “spiritual... Read the rest

Order in an Age of Absolute War: Brodie, Clausewitz and the Case for Complexity
Feb 1, 2009 – Step 1: In Quest of Unknown Socrates   It’s fascinating to look back upon the work of Brodie, the student, over a decade before he rose to prominence as an... Read the rest

Herman Kahn: A Jomini for the Nuclear Age
Jan 2, 2009 – Anyone who has watched Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove, a parody of the Cold War and the absurdity of its nuclear logic, and perhaps the funniest movie about the end of the... Read the rest

Bernard Brodie: A Clausewitz for the Nuclear Age
Jan 1, 2009 – Game Changer: The ‘Absolute Weapon’ Bernard Brodie spent his entire career considerating the often tragic but seemingly inevitable accidents of history that have so profoundly shaped man’s journey from crossbow... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: Obama: First Moves
Nov 24, 2008 – Three weeks after the U.S. presidential election, we are getting the first signs of how President-elect Barack Obama will govern. That now goes well beyond the question of what is... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: On G-20 and GM: Economics, Politics and Social Stability
Nov 17, 2008 – The G-20 met last Saturday. Afterward, the group issued a meaningless statement and decided to meet again in March 2009, or perhaps later. Clearly, the urgency of October is gone.... Read the rest

Heritage Web Memo: Getting the Big Ideas Right: The Strategic Concepts that Helped Achieve Substantial Progress in Iraq
Nov 13, 2008 – What I wanted to speak about today was, of course, Iraq and then perhaps the future and the daunting responsibilities in the Central Command area, which is quite a vast... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: Iran Returns to the Global Stage
Nov 10, 2008 – After a three-month hiatus, Iran seems set to re-emerge near the top of the U.S. agenda. Last week, the Iranian government congratulated U.S. President-elect Barack Obama on his Nov. 4... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: Obama?s Challenge
Nov 5, 2008 – Barack Obama has been elected president of the United States by a large majority in the Electoral College. The Democrats have dramatically increased their control of Congress, increasing the number... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: 2008 and the Return of the Nation-State
Oct 27, 2008 – In 1989, the global system pivoted when the Soviet Union retreated from Eastern Europe and began the process of disintegration that culminated in its collapse. In 2001, the system pivoted... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: The United States, Europe and Bretton Woods II
Oct 20, 2008 – French President Nicolas Sarkozy and U.S. President George W. Bush met Oct. 18 to discuss the possibility of a global financial summit. The meeting ended with an American offer to... Read the rest

NSA Sortable Class Schedule (Beta)
Oct 16, 2008 – .hdr {font-weight: normal; font-family: Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 80%} tr {display: table-row} td {border:1px solid #000000} th {border:1px solid #000000;cursor:pointer} .ancr {display: none;} a.vis {font-weight: normal; color:#00f} .tbl {font: normal 90%... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: States, Economies and Markets: Redefining the Rules
Oct 13, 2008 – A complex sequence of meetings addressing the international financial crisis took place this weekend. The weekend began with meetings among the finance ministers of the G-7 leading industrialized nations. It... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: The German Question
Oct 6, 2008 – German Chancellor Angela Merkel went to St. Petersburg last week for meetings with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev. The central question on the table was Germany’s position on NATO expansion, particularly... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: The Political Nature of the Economic Crisis
Sep 30, 2008 – Classical economists like Adam Smith and David Ricardo referred to their discipline as “political economy.” Smith’s great work, “The Wealth of Nations,” was written by the man who held the... Read the rest

Book Review and Author Interview: The Consolidation of Dictatorship in Russia: An Inside View of the Demise of Democracy by Joel Ostrow, Georgiy Satarov, and Irina Khakamada
Sep 15, 2008 – An interview with the author and review of The Consolidation of Dictatorship in Russia: An Inside View of the Demise of Democracy by Joel M. Ostrow, Georgiy A. Satarov, and... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: The Russian Resurgence and the New-Old Front
Sep 15, 2008 – Russia is attempting to reforge its Cold War-era influence in its near abroad. This is not simply an issue of nostalgia, but a perfectly logical and predictable reaction to the... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: Israeli Strategy After the Russo-Georgian War
Sep 8, 2008 – The Russo-Georgian war continues to resonate, and it is time to expand our view of it. The primary players in Georgia, apart from the Georgians, were the Russians and Americans.... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: The Medvedev Doctrine and American Strategy
Sep 2, 2008 – The United States has been fighting a war in the Islamic world since 2001. Its main theaters of operation are in Afghanistan and Iraq, but its politico-military focus spreads throughout... Read the rest

Book Review: The Consolidation of Dictatorship in Russia: An Inside View of the Demise of Democracy
Sep 1, 2008 – Book Review The Consolidation of Dictatorship in Russia: An Inside View of the Demise of Democracy is co-authored by Ostrow and Russian political veterans, Georgiy A. Satarov, and Irina M.... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: China, the Olympics and the Visa Mystery
Aug 29, 2008 – Something extraordinary is happening in China, and we are not talking about the Olympics. Rather, Chinese officials have been clamping down on visa applications and implementing bureaucratic impediments to new... Read the rest

Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report: Georgia and Kosovo: A Single Intertwined Crisis
Aug 25, 2008 – The Russo-Georgian war was rooted in broad geopolitical processes. In large part it was simply the result of the cyclical reassertion of Russian power. The Russian empire — czarist and... Read the rest

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