[Editor’s Note: Ever since the Reverend Jonathan Swift‘s A Modest Proposal shocked Britain’s 18th century Whig establishment with the suggestion that Irish peasants sell their children as food to help solve that island’s endemic poverty — “A … Read the rest
“We assess that climate change will increasingly exacerbate risks to US national security interests as the physical impacts increase and geopolitical tensions mount about how to respond to the challenge. Global momentum is growing for more ambitious greenhouse gas emissions … Read the rest
[Editor’s Note: In a previous post, guest blogger Chris Elles described “the relentless technological acceleration between 2020-2035 catalyzed the single characteristic that most determined the outcome of war — shifting from attrition and beyond maneuver, accelerating towards relative … Read the rest
[Editor’s Note: Today’s post features two semi-finalist entries from our recent Army People Synchronization Conference Writing Contest.
Soldier for Life – Strategic Alignment of Generational Experience and Expertise (SAGE2), by Brandon S. Allen, proposes capitalizing on … Read the rest
[Editor’s Note: In conjunction with the Army People Synchronization Conference later this month, Army Mad Scientist launched a complementary writing contest to support this critical endeavor prioritizing the Army Team (Soldiers, Department of the Army Civilians, their dependents, and … Read the rest