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Category: National Security

What I’m Reading: Irregular Warfare Mixtape

Here are a few links that I wanted to share together, independent of my monthly list of links. Consider this a blog mixtape between official monthly releases. These all discuss modern conflict. Why jihadist insurgencies persist – OpenCanada.org, 5/23/2018 Very interesting article that takes an economic approach to insurgency dilemmas. According to author Aisha Ahmad, […]

What I’m Reading: June 2018 – Science, War, Information Conflict, Cyber Conflict, and Looney Tunes

Articles I found most interesting in June 2018: This Is Why Physicists Think String Theory Might Be Our ‘Theory Of Everything – Medium.com, Starts With a Bang, 6/14/2018 A quick look at a very deep subject. Theoretical physics has always fascinated me. Especially string theory. I’ve often wondered if the movement along the strings could […]

What I’m Reading: May 2018 – Analysis, Innovation, International Cooperation, Information Operations, Intelligence, and Childish Gambino

Articles I found most interesting in May 2018: How Do I Get My First Full-Time Business, Competitive, or Market Intelligence Job? – 5/10/2018, Craig Fleisher, LinkedIn Dr. Fleisher was a professor of mine at the University of South Florida MBA program. He has been in the Analysis field for many years and provides some great […]

Three months and counting in Qatar

Greetings, I am entering my fourth month here in Qatar, which means I just concluded my third month, which should be halfway. Maybe. More on that later. Month three was good. Work has picked up and I am working with a new team of military folks. One of the exciting things about these kind of jobs […]

The Qatari Two Month Milestone

So it has been two months already. Month two flew by. I am still in Qatar, still doing well. Still trying new things. Work has been good. I am working with an Army team. My past military experience has been a great way to connect. I talk to the senior leaders about shared experiences in […]

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