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Dr. Ariana Mastro describes how the burgeoning need to protect commercial assets and Chinese nationals abroad will inevitably lead Beijing to develop new military capabilities and take on missions further afield.
Dr. Byman discusses issues in his terrorism class and how tomorrow’s government leaders wrestle with morality and necessity.
Prof. Maxwell provides ten blogs/resources that Korean experts use to keep up on north Korea.
Dr. Egnell discusses the issue of women in the military and the idea that they “impact unit cohesion and military effectiveness”.
The Economist reviews Dr. Christine Fair’s latest book “Fighting to the End: The Pakistan Army’s Way of War.”
David Maxwell, associate director of the Center for Peace and Security Studies, discussed the US policy towards Korea at an event covered by the Yonhap News Agency.
Professor Daniel Byman’s report for the Brookings Institute, titled “Is it Necessary to Destroy Iraq to Save It?” is mentioned in this Washington Post piece on ISIS.
SSP Director Bruce Hoffman is quoted in this Washington Post article on President Obama’s policy towards the Islamic State.