During the next two weeks, OTH will offer several articles to discuss the overall mindset and scope of multi-domain operations.
Next week in “Climate Change, Multi-Domain Risk, and the Complexity of Interagency Science Policy” OTH Senior Editor Mark Nexon interviews Dr. April Melvin.
A new concept, one the Army in particular is meaningfully exploring, is quickly coming into vogue in the Pentagon. Multi-Domain Operations (MDO) looks to combine
History may not easily divulge its true lessons. But by objectively analyzing past wars, we can begin to see the commonalities that commanders can exploit to achieve success.
Organizational culture is central to how a group performs … or fails to. It sets group norms, expectations, and values that shape and focus individual
US nuclear deterrence strategy must be revised to fit the nature of future conflicts. More coming next week.
The joint operating environment will undergo many changes in the next 10-20 years. The proliferation of disruptive technology will further enhance an adversary’s anti-access and
The Defense community is only at the beginning of developing a common understanding and vision for multi-domain operations and strategy. Join us Monday for a special interview with VADM Tighe.
Reflexive control is a term that has recently surfaced as a description of Russian strategic and operational planning and goals. However, as a concept it has been around for ages. More coming on Monday.
The lesson will be learned the hard way if the US does not take action to better synchronize the efforts of government-at-large.