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JSOU Monthly Roundup of Recommended Reads:
By the Department of Strategic Studies
Charles King, “How a Great Power Falls Apart: Decline Is Invisible From the Inside”
Jonathan Spyer, “Trump’s Syria Policy is Working”
Daniel W. Drezner, Ronald R. Krebs, and Randall Schweller, “The End of Grand Strategy: America Must Think Small”
Derek Reveron and Nikolas Gvosdev, “(Re)Discovering the National Interest Again”
Prospects for Future US-Russia Space Cooperation
Matthew Cox, “Less Door-Kicking, More Influencing: The Changing Role of Special Operators”
Carlo J. V. Caro, “The Fatal Flaw in America’s Counterterrorism Strategy: America’s Obsession with the Islamic State has been Detrimental to its National Security”
Robert Jones, “Strategy is a Journey: Thoughts on Strategy and Stability in an Evolving World”
David H. McCormick, Charles E. Luftig, James M. Cunningham, “Economic Might, National Security, and the Future of American Statecraft”
We Can Defense If We Want To
The #BruteCast feat. Dr. Yuval Weber (Bren Chair of Russian Military and Political Strategy) discussing "Russian Private Military Companies"
State Secrets: Peter Singer- Strategist at New America and Co-Author of New Book 'Burn In'
Irregular Warfare Podcast: What Are Small Wars?
E23: Kremlin Uses COVID-19 Misinformation to Bolster Image, Undermine Adversaries, and Seek Sanctions Relief
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