The Rewards and Risks of Multi-Domain Strategic Competition: A Workshop Summary

February 2019 No Comments

“The Rewards and Risks of Multi-Domain Strategic Competition: A Workshop Summary” Speaker: Roberts, B. (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Date: 5 February 2019 Speaker Session Preview SMA hosted a speaker session presented by Dr. Brad Roberts (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) as a part of its Future of Great Power Competition & Conflict Speaker Series. During his presentation, Dr. Roberts focused on […]

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Examining the Relationship between Strategy and Innovation Using “Ideas, Groups, and Tools (IGT)”

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“Examining the Relationship between Strategy and Innovation Using ‘Ideas, Groups, and Tools (IGT)’” Speaker: Lyle, D. (Air Education and Training Command (AETC) / Air University) Date: 30 January 2019 Speaker Session Preview SMA hosted a speaker session presented by Lt Col Dave Lyle (Air Education and Training Command [AETC] / Air University) as a part of its […]

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Relentless- China’s Quest for Control

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“Relentless- China’s Quest for Control” Speaker: Fabey, M. (Independent) Date: 31 January 2019 Speaker Session Preview SMA hosted a speaker session presented by Mr. Michael Fabey (Independent) as a part of its Future of Great Power Competition & Conflict Speaker Series. Mr. Fabey began by stating that Chinese decision makers are very strategic, long-term thinkers; however, they […]

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Negotiated Settlement in Afghanistan: Elements of a Grand Bargain

January 2019 No Comments

Negotiated Settlement in Afghanistan: Elements of a Grand Bargain Authors | Editors: Ahmadzai, S. (University of Nebraska, Omaha); Bolger, D. (North Carolina State University); Kaltenthaler, K. (Case Western Reserve University & University of Akron); Liebl, V. (US Marine Corps University, Center for Advanced Operational and Culture Learning); Pantucci, R. (Royal United Services Institute); Rubin, B. (New […]

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Due Diligence Considerations for Scientists, Commanders, and Politicians As They Explore AI Opportunities for Defense

January 2019 No Comments

“Due Diligence Considerations for Scientists, Commanders, and Politicians As They Explore AI Opportunities for Defense” Speaker: Kostopoulos, L. (LK Cyber) Date: 29 January 2019 Speaker Session Preview SMA hosted a speaker session presented by Dr. Lydia Kostopoulos (LK Cyber) as a part of its SMA DHS Speaker Series. To begin, Dr. Kostopoulos spoke about humans’ overconfidence in […]

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Negotiating with the Leaders of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea: Inferences from Thematic Content Analysis

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Negotiating with the Leaders of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea: Inferences from Thematic Content Analysis Authors | Editors: Morrison, B. (University of British Columbia); Suedfeld, P. (University of British Columbia) Executive Summary The UBC research group assessed psychological processes of six DPRK leaders, including Kim Jong-un, using thematic content analysis for integrative complexity and […]

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The New Rules of War: Victory in the Age of Durable Disorder

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“The New Rules of War: Victory in the Age of Durable Disorder” Speaker: McFate, S. (National Defense University) Date: 24 January 2019 Speaker Session Preview SMA hosted a speaker session presented by Dr. Sean McFate (National Defense University) as a part of its SMA General Speaker Series. Dr. McFate first explained the purpose of his book, which is to […]

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Great Power Competition in the Indo-Pacific in the 21st Century

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“Great Power Competition in the Indo-Pacific in the 21st Century” Speaker: Isacsson, J. (UK Ministry of Defence Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre (DCDC)) Date: 23 January 2019 Speaker Session Preview SMA hosted a speaker session presented by Col Joachim Isacsson (UK Ministry of Defence Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre [DCDC]) as a part of its Future of […]

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AI, China, Russia, and the Global Order: Technological, Political, Global, and Creative Perspectives

January 2019 No Comments

AI, China, Russia, and the Global Order: Technological, Political, Global, and Creative Perspectives Contributors: Ahmed, S. (UC Berkeley); Bajema, N. (NDU); Bendett, S. (CNA); Chang, B. (MIT); Creemers, R. (Leiden University); Demchak, C. (Naval War College); Denton, S. (George Mason University); Ding, J. (Oxford); Hoffman, S. (MERICS); Joseph, R. (Pytho LLC); Kania, E. (Harvard); Kerr, J. […]

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Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War: NSI Podcast 06

January 2019 No Comments

Speaker: Scharre, P. (Center for a New American Security) Podcast Preview In NSI’s sixth podcast, SMA contributor Mr. Paul Scharre (Center for a New American Security) describes the current state of autonomous weapons technology, as well as the dilemmas and advantages surrounding US implementation of such systems. During the exclusive Q&A portion of the podcast, Mr. Scharre further explores contemporary issues and […]

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