The Army’s Strategic Wishlist

The Army War College just released this year’s Key Strategic Issues List (.pdf) which, as a call for academic research on key strategic questions, offers a peak into what problems the Army is looking to solve. It’s 171 pages of research topics, more than a few of which reappear from last year’s version. Here are a few (either new or that I didn’t flag last year) that caught my eye: – Recognizing progress in counterinsurgency operations, and reinforcing it– What proportion of U.S. land power should be focused on counterinsurgency operations and how should it be organized, trained, equipped, and […]

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