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Strategic Competition for Directed Energy Weapons: Repercussions for Future Warfare Americas Articles Defense & Security

Strategic Competition for Directed Energy Weapons: Repercussions for Future Warfare

Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) are said to have their genesis in 212 BC when Greeks used parabolic mirrors to direct sun rays to ablaze the approaching fleet of Roman ships…

Six Decades Beyond the Cuban Missile Crisis Americas Articles Defense & Security

Six Decades After the Cuban Missile Crisis

“Those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” –    Winston Churchill Six decades ago, today was a time of great anxiety and stress for the…

Integrated Deterrence: Increasing Complexity and Decreasing Credibility Americas Articles Defense & Security

Integrated Deterrence: Increasing Complexity and Decreasing Credibility

Integrated deterrence is much in debate these days. As a new term, there is still no clear definition, and a lot of confusion prevails regarding its merits and scope. Is…

American Power Elite and War-Making in the Post-Cold War Era Americas Articles Defense & Security

American Power Elite and War-Making in the Post-Cold War Era

Although the United States’ militarist mentality is conventionally understood to have begun with the Spanish war in 1898, it pre-dates the very inception of the republic in 1783. Indeed, America’s…

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