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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 23, 2021

Opinion

Big corporations now deploying woke ideology the way intelligence agencies do: As a disguise | Glenn Greenwald

After witnessing how intelligence agencies successfully pull off every disguise stunt, big companies are now doing the same thing. Specifically, big companies now disguise themselves in the finery of political activism to wake ideology the way intelligence agencies do....

Congress must address the toxic exposure our veterans have endured | The Hill

Soldiers have fought for their lives in and out of the battlefield. There are wounds and battle scars that have shown their dedication to the things they do. But their battle doesn’t end there. Some of them have been...

The intelligence community’s deadly bias toward classified sources | Defense One

For a long time, government officials, commissions, and think tanks have fought that the U.S. intelligence community has blinded itself to enormous sources of intelligence. In other terms, the intelligence community favors relying on billion-dollar classified satellites and intelligence-collection...

In Afghanistan, the choice isn’t withdraw or endless war | Foreign Policy

In a CIA analysis published in the New York Times last March 26th, it was said that the current Afghan government would collapse and the Taliban could take over if the U.S. withdrew its forces from the country. This...

A conversation with Gen. (ret.) David Petraeus | War on the Rocks

According to Gen. David H. Petraeus, retired U.S. Army, all military activities are not enough to overcome all the challenges that the U.S. national security has been facing following the Trump administration. Instead, what is needed is a coherent...

The buck stops here: Hold high-ranking officers responsible for training accidents | Military.com

After a horrific accident that killed service members in a training tragedy last summer, it seems like generals and other high-ranking officials are now getting penalized for such accidents. Unlike before, where generals and admirals were often not held...

Strategizing to exit Afghanistan: From risk avoidance to risk management | War on the Rocks

Left to make a very important decision, the U.S. is torn between leaving Afghanistan or staying in the country. This is due to the deal that it has made with the Taliban, wherein the U.S. is set to withdraw...

Empower warfighters through a digital battlespace | National Defense

In a technology-driven world, the creation, transmission, analysis, and distribution of data across the battlespace have become faster than ever. This has also given warfighters a new way of getting empowered as humans and machines have teamed together to...

Gray is here to stay: Principles from the Interim National Security Strategic Guidance on competing in the gray zone | Modern Warfare Institute

Earlier this month, the new Interim National Security Strategic Guidance has been released. A close reading of it shows that the gray-zone has kept its place in the main competitive space despite the growing great power competition. In fact,...

Beyond colossus or collapse: five myths driving American debates about China | War on the Rocks

As the tension between China and the USA gets more extreme, five myths have become common in the United States. These myths deserve closer scrutiny to ensure that all discussions will be based on sound analytical judgments. Such myths...

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The US military is turning to special operators to fend off Russian and Chinese influence in its neighborhood | Business Insider

Both Russia and China have been using information operations and warfare to further their own agenda and shape local...

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