JEMEAA Articles

  • Putin and Missile Defense Malaise: Broadening US Options

    The authors first consider some of the military-strategic and arms control issues that have complicated US– and NATO–Russian dialogue on missile defenses. They then analyze the hypothetical impacts that ICBM silo defenses deployed by the United States and Russia might have on deterrence and arms

  • Trump Is Right about Europe: What Next?

    This article argues that Europe can still be relevant, if the United States views the continent not as a military partner to engage in long-range military power projection but, instead, as an economic, diplomatic, and soft-power proponent that helps bolster world order.

  • Gray-zone Conflict Management: Theory, Evidence, and Challenges

    In this article, the authors examine the involvement of state and nonstate actors in gray-zone conflict and their relationship to hybrid warfare and the implications for conflict management. The article unfolds in four parts. In the first part, they examine the concept of gray-zone conflict and how

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