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Conflict and Diplomacy in the Middle East: External Actors and Regional Rivalries

The Middle East’s geographical and strategic uniqueness has made every great power in history to seek to advance its interests in the region. Yet, the region constitutes the greatest single reserve of oil in the world, which has made it a regular source of foreign interference in the post-World War II era. In addition to

NATO Nations Testing Equipment Interoperability

The most recent event in a series of coalition capability demonstrations is helping to ensure that equipment from NATO countries are able to work together, according to military officials from participating nations. John Miller, the event’s program manager assigned to the U.S. Joint Staff command and control, communications and computers/cyber directorate, told reporters during an

The Death of American Conventional Warfare

Earlier this year, The Strategy Bridge asked university and professional military education students to participate in our first annual writing contest by sending us their thoughts on strategy. In this article, they present one of the essays selected for honorable mention, from Jahara Matisek of Northwestern University and Ian Bertram of the U.S. Air Command