MWI Podcast: What Happens to Our Brains in Combat?

In this episode of the MWI Podcast, MWI’s Maj. Jake Miraldi talks to Dr. Charles Morgan.…

Remember, Remember the Fifth of November: Radicalization and Insurgency Lessons from 1605

Once you’ve seen a person hung, drawn, and quartered, you’ve seen it enough. Mostly because you…

Autopsy of a Future War

Editor’s note: In concert with the Defense Entrepreneurs Forum’s Project Gutenberg, a futurist imagines a post-mortem…

Can Cyberattacks Stop Iran’s Propaganda Machine?

In mid-October, Reuters reported that the United States had carried out a cyberattack against Iran. The cyberattack, which anonymous…

A Modern-Day Nerve Agent Attack: Military Lessons from Salisbury

On March 4, 2018, British authorities say Russian agents poisoned Sergei Skripal—a former Russian military intelligence…

MWI Podcast: Former Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work Assesses the Future Battlefield

This episode of the MWI Podcast features a conversation with Robert Work. From 2014 to 2017, he…

On the Perils of Placebo Strategy

A wartime military hospital in a combat zone is without morphine—a tragedy-in-waiting. Patients flow in, and…

Lessons for Tomorrow’s Multi-Domain Battlefield from the Pacific Campaign of World War II

Earlier this month, the world gave a tremendously deserving tribute to the brave servicemen who stepped…

War Books: The Future Urban Battlefield

Editor’s note: Each week, we ask a practitioner, scholar, or observer of war to list the…

Highly Specialized, Highly Lethal: Why the Army Should Replace its One-Size-Fits-All Infantry Model

Beginning in 2000, the US Army infantry branch began a broadening initiative for its soldiers. For…