Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts The destabilizing effects of global climate change represent key security challenges for the United States. These challenges manifest at both the strategic level, in how climate impacts global trends like instability and mass migration, and at the tactical level, in how climate can threaten critical national security infrastructure … Continue reading Precision-Guided Podcast: Connecting Climate, Energy, and Security with Kate Gordon
Volume 11, Issue 1 of The Georgetown Security Studies Review is now available. View and download the issue here. GSSR-11-1-FinalDownload If you are interested in publishing with the GSSR in future editions or on our online forum, please view our “Contribute” page or contact the Editor-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org. Uncollated individual articles can be found below: BaumgartnerLuke-Israels-Counter-Hezbollah-StrategyDownload CormariePaul-The-Logic-of-a-French-Return-to-NATODownload … Continue reading GSSR Volume 11, Issue 1 Available for Download
This Book Review was submitted as a guest post by Patrick Jourdan, a student in the Security Studies Program (SSP). In the Summer of 2021, America watched the evacuation of Afghanistan. Terrifying images of Hamid Karzai International Airport filled our screens almost every day. Marines and Paratroopers deployed to the most chaotic of situations, holding … Continue reading Book Review | Uncertain Ground: Citizenship in an Age of Endless, Invisible War by Phil Klay
Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts There have never been as many security issues facing American business as there are today. Threats from international insecurity, great power competition, and new tools like cyber and AI that allow malign actors to destabilize from a distance face nations and companies alike. This trend is especially concerning … Continue reading Precision-Guided Podcast: Bringing National Security Insight into the Private Sector with Mark Freedman
The security landscape of the Arctic is changing. After almost three decades as an afterthought in the eyes of U.S. policymakers, Arctic security is finally catching the attention of American leadership. Rapid climate change and increased military and non-military interest in the region, even from non-Arctic nations, calls for increased coordination between the United States … Continue reading NATO Needs a Unified Arctic Command
Unrestrained and uncoordinated Western support would go against American and European national interests, undermining Europe's defense capabilities and escalating the risk of nuclear confrontation with Russia. On Wednesday, 25th of January, German Chancellor Olaf Scholtz ended weeks of frustration amongst Western states by announcing Germany’s intent to provide Ukraine with an undisclosed number of Leopard … Continue reading What are we doing in Ukraine?
Russia has inherited a perception of truth that is malleable and changeable over time, one that can be adapted to current needs. Under the Putin regime, the conspiratorial worldview of ‘Russia perpetually under threat by the West’ has been revived on a broad scale, and it is slowly impacting Americans’ perception of truth and reality. … Continue reading America’s Fading Sense of Reality
The United States has an information crisis on its hands When the Muller Report was released, America did not breathe a sigh of relief. It gasped for more air. Special Counsel Robert Muller did not find that members of the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian government when it interfered in the 2016 election, though … Continue reading On Russian Disinformation: The Answers Are Already in Front of Us
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Image Source: CNN This article is a guest submission from Ivan Thirion Romo. Recently, Colombia’s newly inaugurated President Gustavo Petro delivered a powerful speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), in which he criticized the dysfunctional policies of the United States’ “War on Drugs.” Petro criticized the U.S. counternarcotics strategy that has primarily focused … Continue reading Colombia’s New President Is Right: The U.S. Can End The War On Drugs By Changing The Focus Of Its Counternarcotics Strategy