By Jeremy Burkett
Now that territorial gain is rarely the goal of war, why do states engage in conflict? The answer lies in how states can add or detract from one another's security. Learn more about strategic alignment and what it looks like in modern warfare.
By Kurt Binversie
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have caused massive and widespread damage. Unfortunately, hurricane season isn't over. Here are some of the best Geospatial Intelligence System (GIS) websites that provide critical data so responding agencies know where the storm will hit.
By Dr. Brian Keith Simpkins
When the U.S. military withdrew from Iraq in 2011, so did its intelligence assets. This eventually allowed ISIS to advance. Here's what can be learned from this intelligence failure to avoid similar mistakes in the future.
By Dr. Allan Conkey
Many police officers are military veterans and many others have served in the Reserves or National Guard. While military experience can be beneficial to law enforcement, it's common for war-related combat to leave emotional scars on officers. Learn more about the issue and why PTSD is so prevalent in policing.
By Lisa Kochevar and Brian Taylor
The United States has a history of taking a relatively lenient approach to Russian aggression. Under Trump's presidency and ongoing scrutiny of his relationship with Russia, this is why it's time for a change in response.
By Jennifer Bucholtz
In recent years, great strides have been made in the prevention and treatment of traumatic brain injuries in soldiers. Learn about these recent medical advancements and what treatment could look like in the near future.