Profound Implications

How the pandemic has affected security across the world By Dr. John L. Clarke, Marshall Center professor  |  Photos by The Associated Press “This changes everything.” “This is a game-changer.” Phrases like these have abounded in recent…

Bringing Foreign Fighters Home

How Kosovo rehabilitates repatriated Islamic State fighters By Ramadan “Dani” Ilazi, Teuta Avdimetaj and Skënder Perteshi, the Kosovar Centre for Security Studies Since its declaration of independence on February 17, 2008, Kosovo has…

A New Normal

Health security may become a core task of militaries By Dr. John L. Clarke, Marshall Center professor Viruses never die. And they don’t ever really go away. Variants of the Spanish flu have been with us for more than 100 years, and the…

The Two Horsemen: War and Plague

EDITED BY:  Rebecca M. Seaman PUBLISHED BY:  ABC-CLIO REVIEWED BY:  Patrick Swan, per Concordiam contributor War and disease appear to go together like love and marriage: There is an attraction at first blush, a courtship, an…

‘Only Freedom Can Work Such Miracles’

Strong alliances protect European democracies By Ovidiu Dranga, Romanian ambassador to Poland In the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on targets in the United States, the world witnessed an unprecedented wave of sympathy for…

Renewing Leadership

Democratic institutions must emerge stronger from the pandemic By Dr. Suzanne Loftus, Marshall Center professor It could be argued that the 2008 global financial crisis was the major catalyst for many of the subsequent domestic issues…

Blurred Lines

AUTHOR:  Oscar Jonsson PUBLISHED BY:  Georgetown University Press REVIEWED BY:  Patrick Swan, per Concordiam contributor Oh, for the days of clarity when nations declared war on their adversaries with courteous diplomatic notes and…

The New Normal

AUTHOR:  Ben Buchanan PUBLISHED BY:  Harvard University Press REVIEWED BY:  Patrick Swan, per Concordiam contributor Cyber war wasn’t supposed to be this way. We expected the digital equivalent of Pearl Harbor, signifying the…

Great Power Competition and Europe

State and network-centric perspectives By Dr. Graeme P. Herd, Marshall Center professor In the United States, there is cross-party bipartisan agreement that China is the U.S.’ most serious long-term threat because it has come to be…
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