Skip to content
Skip to content
Andersen Fellow in Defense and Foreign Policy
“A Looming Peace for Afghanistan’s Long Hard War?” E-International Relations
“How Did Afghanistan Become a War Without End?” Modern War Institute
“No, the war in Afghanistan isn’t a hopeless stalemate.” The Conversation.
“The Illusion of Strategy in Afghanistan: No Change in Pakistan’s Malice”
“Pakistan: Graveyard of Strategy”
“Why Great Powers Fight Small Wars Badly.”
“Team America versus Jihad.”
“US Military: Too Much Tactics, Too Little Strategy.”
To ‘Win’ in Afghanistan, Devise a Strategy and Do Not Quit.”
“The Wages of War without Strategy, Part III: Beyond the Present – A Call to Clausewitz and to Conscience.” Coauthor, Jacqueline Tame.
“Team America versus Jihad.” The National Interest.
“The Wages of War without Strategy, Part II: How We Twitterized Clausewitz and Ended Up Bogged Down in Afghanistan and Iraq.”
“To Break the Stalemate in Afghanistan, America Must Break Pakistan’s Pathologies.”
“The Wages of War without Strategy, Part I: Clausewitz, Vietnam, and the Roots of Strategic Confusion.”
“Fifteen Years in Afghanistan.” The National Interest.
“Afghanistan or Talibanistan: Will the country see relative stability and freedom after 2014?”
“Afghanistan or Talibanistan.” Armed Forces Journal.
“Malice in Wonderstan: How Pakistan Impedes Progress in Afghanistan.”
“VSO: More than Village Defense.”
“The Afghanistan Choice: Peace or Punishment in the Pashtun Belt,”
“Counterinsurgency and Military Culture: State Regulars versus Non-State Irregulars.”
“The Long Small War: Indigenous Forces for Counterinsurgency.”
“The British Army and Counterinsurgency.”
“Winning the War of the Flea: Lessons from Guerrilla Warfare.”
“Back to the Street without Joy.”
“Prophets or Praetorians? The Uptonian Paradox and the Powell Corollary.”
Russia in Afghanistan and Chechnya: Military Strategic Culture and the Paradoxes of Asymmetric Conflict.