- Over at The National Interest, Robert Farley evaluates the threat posed by China's 'carrier killer' ballistic missiles.
- Meanwhile, Arms Control Wonk previews open-source analysis of possible Chinese anti-ship tests sites.
- On a tangential note, there are questions of what Washington wants out of its hypersonic cruise missile development program.
- The Pentagon's research and engineering chief believes the US has 'lost the electromagnetic spectrum' due to the impact of cheap and pervasive civilian technologies.
- Meanwhile, CIMSEC discusses the prospects for adaptive camouflage.
- Scotland's vote to remain part of the UK may assuage immediate strategic concerns, but further devolution and the prospect of a future reprise of the referendum imply substantial defence implications.
- Hararo Ingram explores ISIS's use of information operations.
- Further, here's a good analysis of the evolving Gulf State counter-terrorism coalition.
- Finally, check out the CIA's tongue-in-cheek 'bestiary' of the most-loathed intelligence reporting cliches.
Military & strategy links: Missile questions, ISIS quandaries, and a bestiary of intelligence cliches
Published 23 Sep 2014 15:00 0 Comments