Author Archives: Daniel Gouré, Ph.D.

Election-Year Attacks On Big Tech Will Undercut Peace And Prosperity (From RealClearDefense) It’s election season. Politicians at both the federal and state levels are looking for ways of bolstering their reelection prospects. One way of doing this is to stage public spectacles, the modern version of ancient Rome’s gladiatorial games, designed to [Read More...]
The U.S. Should Propose Selling Tanks To Poland (From RealClearDefense) Poland has become a major factor in NATO’s defense plans. Located along the Alliance’s eastern flank, close to Russia, Poland today and in the future will play the same role for NATO that West Germany did during the decades of [Read More...]
Consequences Of Delaying The DEOS Cloud (From RealClearDefense) The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Chief Information Officer (CIO) is on a mission to consolidate most of the Pentagon’s IT systems and services through a series of large and far-reaching cloud computing contracts. The goal is to improve information sharing [Read More...]
A New Approach Is Needed To Secure the Internet Of Things (From RealClearDefense) Most of us have enough trouble just trying to keep the security programs on our computers and cell phones up-to-date. But we are going to have to adjust to a future in which virtually everything in our lives will be [Read More...]
BAE Strengthens Position As A U.S. Defense and Aerospace Powerhouse (From RealClearDefense) From its founding in 1999, BAE Systems, Inc. has become one of the most important U.S. defense, aerospace and security companies. It has achieved its present stature through a combination of strategic acquisitions, far-sighted investments in cutting-edge technologies, and winning [Read More...]
The F-35 Will Give Poland A More Advanced Air Force Than Some Major NATO Allies (From The National Interest) This past January, the Polish government took the bold step to acquire thirty-two F-35A Joint Strike Fighters (JSF). Poland is becoming a major player in NATO. It is working to modernize its air, sea and land forces. It is also [Read More...]
Japan Needs To Reconsider Its Decision To Suspend Its Aegis Ashore Deployments (From RealClearDefense) This week, Japan’s Defense Minister, Taro Kono, surprised the world by announcing the decision to suspend construction in his country of two missile defense sites. This decision could not have come at a worse time for both the security of [Read More...]
The NATO 2030 Agenda Needs to Include Strengthening U.S.-Polish Defense Relationship (From RealClearDefense) Earlier this week, NATO’s Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, launched a new initiative, NATO 2030, to strengthen the Alliance and prepare it for new challenges over the next several decades. NATO 2030 could not come at a more important moment for [Read More...]
Five Principles For Building A New U.S. Amphibious Warfare Fleet (From RealClearDefense) As part of his new Force Design 2030, the Commandant of the Marine Corps, General David Berger, proposes to radically reshape the Navy’s fleet of amphibious vessels. Large amphibious warfare vessels are considered too vulnerable to future long-range precision strike [Read More...]
To Help the Coast Guard Congress Must Fund a Twelfth National Security Cutter (From RealClearDefense) The Coast Guard, like the other uniformed services, is working hard to cope with a perfect storm of domestic and international challenges. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic confronted it, the Coast Guard was challenged by the need to respond to [Read More...]
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