Harvard National Security Journal | September 3, 2012 | By Manik Suri
Over the past decade, national security policymakers have encouraged greater use of numbers, probabilities and estimative language to enhance intelligence and improve decision-making. Such efforts should be praised, yet they suffer from serious shortcomings that still need to be addressed. Read the full piece here.
Harvard National Security Journal | August 16, 2012 | By LT Elan Ghazal and Manik Suri
The Pentagon’s growing use of civilian manpower to augment force projection — including the deployment of civilian mariners aboard U.S. warships during contingency operations against Libya in 2011 — raises serious questions at the intersection of law and war. Read the full piece here.
Harvard National Security Journal | November 13, 2011 | By Manik Suri
While the United States has built one of the most sophisticated export control regimes in the world, its Cold War era architecture must be transformed to reflect today’s realities and meet tomorrow’s challenges. In 2010, President Obama launched a comprehensive Export Control Reform Initiative that, once implemented, will mark a vital step toward promoting U.S. national security and economic competitiveness in the 21st century. Read the full piece here.