Occasional briefings for military and other national security professionals.
An analysis of current US strategy in the context of long-term trajectories. Developed for a special forces group, draws together “grand strategy” with operational priorities.
Examines the social-level factors behind political radicalization, with a focus on religion. Session originally developed for a larger antiterrorism course.
The history, interests, and themes of the US relationship with the Middle East. Session in a larger training course for US professionals tasked with working in the region.
A four-part series evaluating how power politics, rationality, institutions, and psychology affect governments and leaders. Focus on both understanding these phenomena, but also using that knowledge to predict and shape one’s own decisions accordingly.