School of Strategic Landpower

The School of Strategic Landpower’s educational programs (resident and distance) develop strategic leaders by providing a strong foundation of wisdom, grounded in mastery of the profession of arms, and by serving as a crucible for educating future leaders in the analysis, evaluation, and refinement of professional expertise in war, strategy, operations, national security, resource management, and responsible command.

Improving Information Sharing to Support US National Interests

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Existing national and DoD classified military information (CMI) foreign disclosure policy does not effectively support U.S. security interests. The US National Security Strategy promotes US security interests through partner capacity, emphasizing at-risk states. Diplomatic and military elements of national power…

How Nuclear Weapons Testing Would Enhance U.S. Nuclear Security

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For several reasons, the United States must not ratify the CTBT before validating the safety, security, reliability and effectiveness of U.S. nuclear weapons as predicted by the stockpile stewardship program. First, testing is the most effective and lowest risk way…

Strategic Leadership Primer: 3rd Edition

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The original edition of the Strategic Leadership Primer, published in 1998, served the U.S. Army War College (USAWC) well as a basic overview of Strategic Leadership. Written by Dr. Rod Magee with the assistance of several other faculty members, it…