Author Archives: Daniel Gouré, Ph.D.

Ukrainian Rearmament Will Require A Lot Of Help From The U.S. (From RealClearDefense) It is time to start thinking about how to rearm Ukraine after the current conflict ends. Even if Ukraine is successful in completely ousting Russia from its territory, an era of peace will not necessarily ensue. It is more likely [Read More...]
Joint Light Tactical Vehicle: Why Militaries Everywhere Want The JLTV (From 1945) Much of the reporting on the war in Ukraine and the rearmament of NATO has focused on major fighting platforms such as main battle tanks, artillery systems, and air defenses. There is intense demand for Abrams tanks, HIMARS rocket artillery, [Read More...]
The U.S. Navy Desperately Needs Large Amphibious Warships (From 1945) The new force design the Marine Corps is pursuing comes at the expense of its ability to support the Administration’s strategy of integrated deterrence. The Corps’ current focus is on the least likely scenario, a major war with China across [Read More...]
GSA Court Case Could Negatively Impact All Future Defense Contracting The Department of Defense (DoD) has been making serious efforts to take advantage of advances in private sector logistics to improve the way that defense goods are warehoused, organized, and distributed. A major part of this effort has centered on [Read More...]
The State Department Is Taking A Major Step To Enhance Cybersecurity At U.S. Embassies (From 1945) With over one million individuals currently holding a top secret security clearance and an even larger number authorized to view secret and confidential information, the risk of a leak is very high. In addition to the millions of clearance holders, [Read More...]
The M1 Abrams Is Becoming The Benchmark Main Battle Tank For Eastern Europe (From RealClearDefense) The war in Ukraine has provided many lessons about the nature of modern high-intensity conflict. One of the most significant is the central role that armored fighting vehicles, particularly main battle tanks (MBTs), will have in both offense and defense. [Read More...]
TikTok Hearing Underscores Importance Of Big Tech Competition With China (From 1945) The recent Congressional hearing on the threat to the U.S. posed by TikTok underscored the powerful role that advanced technology in the hands of our competitors has on our economy, national security, government, and personal well-being. With more than 100 [Read More...]
Biden Executive Order To Fight Cyber Threats Will Backfire (From RealClearDefense) The Biden administration has decided to implement Executive Order (EO) 13984, promulgated during the Trump years with the ponderous title “Taking Additional Steps to Address the National Emergency with Respect to Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities.” The core of the solution [Read More...]
Eastern European Nations Are Building New Economic And Security Structures (From 1945) The postwar order of Europe was built on a series of economic, political, and security pillars, but in recent years it has become clear that the foundations of those pillars have begun to shift. The economic preeminence of the West [Read More...]
The U.S. Army Needs To Add A Truck-Mounted Howitzer To Its Modernization Program (From 1945) The war in Ukraine has demonstrated the lethality of counter-battery fires and the need for artillery to be mobile in order to survive. The Army needs a truck-mounted 155mm capability, at least for the Stryker Brigade Combat Teams (SBCTs), as [Read More...]
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