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  • A Joint, All-Domain Airman

     The Future Fight When then Chief of Staff of the Air Force General CQ Brown said, “we must be prepared to face future conflicts with our joint and combined partners,” he wasn’t making a bold proclamation, but rather stating a fact.[1] But what, then, was Gen Brown highlighting with his comment? The

  • The Allure of Technology

    Hindsight is 20/20. When Russian forces invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the consensus was that Russia would quickly achieve victory in three days thanks to its technological superiority. Yet, Ukraine not only managed to halt the Russian invaders but also pushed them back on multiple fronts. A

  • China’s Hidden Talent: The Thousand Talent Plan

    At the age of 60, Dr. Charles M. Lieber was a world-renown chemist at Harvard University with an extensive resume from his groundbreaking work in nanoscience and nanotechnology, publication of over four hundred papers in peer-reviewed journals, lead inventor on 50 patents, and founder of two

  • The PRC and the Overseas Chinese

    In March 2018, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) announced that the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office was to be absorbed into the United Front Work Department. This reorganization brought international attention back to the concerted effort the People’s Republic of China was

  • The Essentials of Empathy

     IntroductionEmpathy is an important piece of the human condition. It is linked to prosocial behaviors and moral development and is negatively correlated with aggression.[1] In popular culture, we see the value in empathizing with others in life and leadership. Arthur Brooks, writing in

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