Distinguished scholar Benjamin A. Valanetino discusses why and how America’s security strategy has become so unsustainable and the ways in which this can be amended.
After decades of largely unsuccessful military interventions against a long-standing Maoist insurgency, India’s large-scale labor market program MGNREGS has helped reduce conflict dramatically. Other than the conflict in Kashmir, Maoist […]
To understand why some groups fighting in civil wars target civilians more than others, it vital to examine the role of ideology.
Increasingly, non-traditional threats to maritime security are linked to resource scarcity and conflict. An overriding challenge for policymakers is how to address these threats.
Music and dance can be useful means to engage youth in a dialogue for peace. Music and dance can also provide many unique insights into transforming conflicts and achieving change. […]
Acclaimed military historian Dr. Mark Moyar discusses the history and current use of US special operations forces, America’s most elite soldiers.
Far-right terrorism has re-emerged as a serious security issue in the United States. What are is the drivers behind this phenomenon?
Although there has been a global surge in armed conflicts involving jihadists, the region of Southeast Asia stands out by not having experienced a single jihadist civil war after 1975.
The Islamic State’s loss of the territory does not mean that has been defeated. Rather, it presents several new challenges to those trying to contain the threat of the Islamic State.
The peace process in Mindanao between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front was an important step towards ending four decades of conflict in the south of the […]