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Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

Ukraine air war examined: A glimpse at the future of air warfare

By Tyson Wetzel

Six months into the war in Ukraine, defense planners can learn from Ukrainian success and Russian failures in the air domain.

Defense Policy Defense Technologies

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

The role of electronic warfare, cyber, and space capabilities in the air littoral

By Zachary Kallenborn

Electronic warfare, cyber, and space operations are critical to successful information operations in the air littoral fight.

Cybersecurity Defense Technologies

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

Commercial satellites are on the front lines of war today. Here’s what this means for the future of warfare.

By Julia Siegel

Commercial space companies are enabling critical warfighting functions in Ukraine and will continue to provide a lifeline in future conflict scenarios.

Defense Technologies Intelligence

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

Early lessons from the Russia-Ukraine war as a space conflict

By David T. Burbach

The Russia-Ukraine war may be remembered as the first two-sided space war, offering four preliminary lessons for future conflicts.

China Cybersecurity
Senior Airman Julianne Showalter

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

AirLand redux? Early lessons from Ukraine

By Michael P. Kreuzer

Ukraine is exploiting the seam between airpower and land-domain assets, hinting that the friction of war at the airland seam is growing.

Defense Policy Defense Technologies
Tech. Sgt. Roland Sturm

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

OSINT’s influence on the Russian air campaign in Ukraine and the implications for future Western deployments

By Robin Kemp

Open-source intelligence has strategic benefits, but it also raises concerns for military decisionmakers.

Defense Policy Intelligence

Hybrid Conflict Project

Aug 5, 2022

China’s opioid challenge: All is fair in law and war

By Tom Ferguson

A former senior official in the US intelligence community maps how the United States should unleash a legal defense against China's malicious activities—starting with its role in the opioid crisis.

China Intelligence

UkraineAlert

Aug 4, 2022

Russian army faces morale problems as Putin’s Ukraine invasion drags on

By Peter Dickinson

A new opinion poll indicates that the Russian public continues to strongly support their country's invasion of Ukraine but there are growing signs that Vladimir Putin's invading army is suffering from low morale.

Conflict Disinformation

SouthAsiaSource

Aug 2, 2022

Adrian Levy and the myth of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence

By Kamal Alam and Adrian Levy

In this interview with non-resident senior fellow Kamal Alam, author Adrian Levy reflects on the deep historical relationship between Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence and the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency, noting that it has covered history’s many “pinch points.”

India Intelligence

In the News

Aug 2, 2022

Eftimiades on the Spectator on Chinese espionage

By Atlantic Council

Nicholas Eftimiades discussed the scale of Chinese espionage infiltrating Western society.

China Defense Policy

Experts