Author Archives: Daniel Gouré, Ph.D.

To Help Ukraine, The Administration Needs To Get Abrams Tanks To Poland Faster (From RealClearDefense) The transfer of weapons, ammunition, and other supplies from the U.S. and NATO countries to Ukraine has been the lifeline that allowed Kyiv to hold off Moscow’s assault. The U.S. alone has provided to date some $4 billion in assistance. [Read More...]
Is The U.S. Military About To Lose Its Ability To Conduct Amphibious Operations? (From 1945) It appears that Marine Corps Commandant General David Berger may have told the story of how his Service needed to transform itself too well. As part of his vision for a new Marine Corps, the Commandant called for reducing the [Read More...]
The Undeclared U.S.-China Technology War (From 1945) For some years now, an undeclared war has been going on between the United States and the People’s Republic of China. Unlike the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine, this war is not about territory. Rather, it is about acquiring [Read More...]
Five Reasons Why Germany Needs The EA-18G Growler (From 1945) The German Air Force’s plan to procure an advanced U.S.-built airborne electronic attack aircraft, the EA-18G Growler, appears somewhat in doubt in the aftermath of Berlin’s decision to acquire 35 F-35As for that nation’s nuclear weapons deterrent role. There are [Read More...]
What Happened To Putin’s Little Green Men? (From RealClearDefense) Moscow’s assault on Ukraine seems to contradict what we had anticipated about how a future high-end conflict with Russia would unfold. What happened to Putin’s Little Green Men, who were so effective in seizing Crimea in 2014?  Although information coming [Read More...]
America Must Get Ready: Russia Is Trying To Grow Its Influence In Africa (From 1945) The Russian assault on Ukraine marks the informal end to the so-called post-Cold War international order. In truth, Russia and China have been working to undermine extant global political architecture for years. The U.S. government must recognize that the challenge [Read More...]
5 Things NATO Must Do To Deter A Dangerous Russia (From 1945) The U.S. and Europe must now come to terms with the reality that no set of common interests, economic, cultural, or environmental, will be sufficient to keep Moscow from pursuing its strategic interests at the expense of those of other [Read More...]
The US Navy Needs A Fleet Of Unmanned Warships Now (From 1945) The Chief of Naval (CNO), Admiral Gilday, recently proposed a fleet of 500 ships by the 2030s. This means building more surface ships, aircraft carriers, amphibious warships, and submarines. Reaching the CNO’s goal also will require the Navy to take [Read More...]
Laser Communications Will Transform How Government And Industry Use Space (From RealClearDefense) Space is definitely the high ground when it comes to many military, scientific and economic activities. As the world becomes more information-intensive, the ability to move data rapidly, reliably, and cheaply will be of enormous advantage. Governments, private companies, and [Read More...]
What The US Army Must Do To Prepare For A War With Russia (From 1945) Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is just the latest in a series of aggressions the Kremlin has perpetrated over the past decade on its path toward re-creating the Russian Empire and expanding its influence internationally. This latest attack demonstrates that the [Read More...]
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