Monday, November 28, 2022

Friday's Miscellany 11-08-2022 & 11-25-2022

 38 North

 Africa Center for Strategic Studies

 Air University Press

  • Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, October 2022, v. 5, no. 6 [Special issue) 
    • South Korea’s Stepping Up as an Indo-Pacific Actor Challenges for the New Yoon Administration
    • The Potential of Korean Unification and a Unified Korean Armed Forces: A Cultural Interpretation
    • Seoul’s Geopolitical Code on Quad: Imperative or Elective?
    • Clash or Consensus?: The Conflicting Economic and Security Imperatives of Semiconductor Supply-Chain Collaboration in the Indo-Pacific
    • A Polarized Audience in South Korea and Its Impact on North Korea Policy
    • South Korea’s Evolving Quest for Energy Security Away from Fossil Fuels and Back to Nuclear Power
    • The Growth of South Korean Soft Power and Its Geopolitical Implications
    • Seoul’s Impaired Comprehensive Security: Adding “Water” to the Security Agenda of the Yoon Administration
    • Obstacles to US–South Korea Alliance Regional Contingency Planning and Considerations for US Policy

 American Enterprise Institute

 American Security Project (ASP)

 Amnesty International

 Arctic Institute

 Army Cyber Institute (ACI)

  • Cyber Defense Review, Fall 2022, v. 7, no. 4 
    • Better Anticipating and Managing Today’s Growing Cyber Risks
    • Russian Cyber Operations in the Invasion of Ukraine
    • Tactics and Technicalities Undermining Strategy: Cyber Security is Distracting National Security Communities
    • Cyber-Physical Coordinated Attacks: The Emerging Complexity of Crisis Management
    • The Impending Data Literacy Crisis among Military Leaders 
    • Contract AI Risk Engine (CARE) to Reduce Cyber Contracting Risk
    • Leveraging the Operational Cyber Mission Stack (OCMS)
    • The UN Cyber Norms: How Do They Guide the Responsible Development and Use of Offensive Cyber Capabilities?
    • Why the United States Must Win the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Race
    • How China’s Cyber Operations During the COVID-19 Pandemic Worsened the United States Biodefense and National Security
    • Seventh Service: Proposal for the United States Cyber Force
    • Everything Flows: Russian Information Warfare Forms and Tactics in Ukraine and the US Between 2014 and 2020
    • A Military of Influencers: The U.S. Army, Social Media, and Winning Narrative Conflicts
    • Deterrence Thru Transparent Offensive Cyber Persistence
    • Ethical Assessment of Russian Election Interference Using the Framework of Just Information Warfare
    • Regulating Cyber Warfare through the United Nations

 Army University Press

 Army War College Press

 Asia-Pacific Leadership Network (APLN)

 Atlantic Council

 Australian National University Press

 Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI)

 Baker Institute for Public Policy

 Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

 Brookings Institution


 Canadian Global Affairs Institute (CGAI)

 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

 Cato Institute

 Center for a New American Security (CNAS)

 Center for American Progress (CAP)

 Center for Data Innovation

 Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM)

 Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET)

 Center for Security Studies (CSS)

 Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA)

 Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

 Center on Global Energy Policy

 Centre for European Reform (CER)

 Chatham House

 Chicago Council on Global Affairs 

 China Aerospace Studies Institute (CASI)

 Clingendael - Netherlands Institute of International Relations

 College of Europe

 Congress. Senate. Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs

 Council on Foreign Relations 

 Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies

 Defense Priorities

 Defense Writers Group

 Department of Defense (DOD)

 Department of Defense, Inspector General (DODIG) 

 Department of State Inspector General

 Economic Research Forum

 Egmont—The Royal Institute for International Relations

 Energy Information Administration (EIA)

 European Commission

 European Council on Foreign Relations                   

 European Parliament Think Tank

 European Policy Centre (EPC)

 European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS)

 Financial Transparency Coalition

 Finnish Institute of International Affairs (Ulkopoliittinen instituutti)

 Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)

 Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research

 Foundation for Strategic Research (Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique) 

 French Military School Strategic Research Institute (Institut de Recherche Stratégique de l'Ecole Militaire)

 Global Financial Integrity

 Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime 

 Government Accountability Office (GAO)

  • China: Efforts Underway to Address Technology Transfer Risk at U.S. Universities, but ICE Could Improve Related Data GAO-23-106114 
  • Cybersecurity: Secret Service Has Made Progress Toward Zero Trust Architecture, but Work Remains GAO-23-105466 
  • Disaster Recovery: Actions Needed to Improve the Federal Approach GAO-23-104956 
  • DOD Cybersecurity: Enhanced Attention Needed to Ensure Cyber Incidents Are Appropriately Reported and Shared GAO-23-105084 
  • Federal Railroad Administration: Better Communication of Safety Information Could Improve the Close Call System GAO-23-105287 
  • Offshore Oil and Gas: Strategy Urgently Needed to Address Cybersecurity Risks to Infrastructure GAO-23-105789 
  • Overseas Real Property: State's Initial Assessment of Natural Hazard Risks Faced By its Posts GAO-23-105452 
  • Passengers with Disabilities: Barriers to Accessible Air Travel Remain GAO-23-106358 
  • Pipeline Safety: Fully Implementing Key Practices Could Help Improve Transparency of Enforcement Website GAO-23-105537 
  • Ransomware: Federal Coordination and Assistance Challenges GAO-23-106279 
  • Social Security Administration: Remote Service Delivery Increased during COVID-19, but More Could Be Done to Assist Vulnerable Populations GAO-23-104650 
  • Southwest Border: Border Patrol's Missing Migrant Program GAO-23-106007 
  • U.S. Courts: The Judiciary Should Improve Its Policies on Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Investigations GAO-23-105942 
  • Wildland Fire: Barriers to Recruitment and Retention of Federal Wildland Firefighters GAO-23-105517 

 Henry L. Stimson Center

 Heritage Foundation

 Hudson Institute

 Human Rights Watch

 Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF)

 Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)

 Institute for Science and International Security

 Institute for Security & Development Policy (ISDP)

 Institute for Security Studies [Africa]

 Institute for the Study of War

 Institute of International Affairs (Istituto Affari Internazionali)  

 International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT)

 International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS)

 International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR)

 International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) 

 Italian Institute for International Political Studies

 James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS)

 Jamestown Foundation

  • China Brief, November 18, 2022, v. 22, no. 21 
    • “Unity and Struggle”: The Campaign to Study the 20th Party Congress
    • Managing the PLA’s Military Diplomacy: Key Institutions and Personnel
    • China’s Economy: More Debt than Meets the Eye
    • The Long Shadow of the 1962 War and the China-India Border Dispute
    • The Changing Paradigms of Taiwan’s Grand Strategy
  • Terrorism Monitor, November 18, 2022, v. 22, no. 22 
    • Profiling Ang Bayan: The Official Newspaper of the Philippines’ Communist Insurgency
    • ISKP’s Evolving Propaganda against Chinese Imperialism
    • Islamic State’s Shiraz Attack Provokes Narrative War with Iran and al-Qaeda

 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

 Lowy Institute for International Relations

 Manhattan Institute

 Marshall European Center for Strategic Studies

 Migration Policy Institute (MPI)

 Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI)

 Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies 

 MITRE Corporation

 National Academies Press 

 National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

 National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces

  • Canadian Military Journal, Fall 2022, v. 22, no. 4 
    • The Arctic Search and Rescue Region: Frozen in Time
    • Search and Rescue Blues
    • Entrenched Heteronormativity: Gender and Work-Life balance in the Military
    • Gender-Based Analysis Plus and Medically Released Canadian Armed Forces Members
    • The View Looking Up: A Junior NCM Perspective on Culture Change
    • Leadership Through Adversity: Squadron Leader Leonard Birchall in Japanese Captivity
    • A RoCK Looks Back
    • Is the Term “Warrior” Suitable for the Canadian Armed Forces?
    • Becoming Antifragile by Creating S.P.A.C.E
    • Applying Human Security to Understand the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
    • An Intelligence Deficiency in Times of Crises

 National Defense University Press

  • Joint Force Quarterly (JFQ), 107, (4rd Quarter, October 2022) 
    • Countering Swarms: Strategic Considerations and Opportunities in Drone Warfare
    • Great Power Use of Lawfare: Is the Joint Force Prepared?
    • Building an Enduring U.S.-India Partnership to Secure a Free, Open, and Prosperous Indo-Pacific Region
    • Transparent Cyber Deterrence
    • Health Diplomacy: A Powerful Tool in Great Power Competition
    • An Interview with [GEN]Jacqueline D. Van Ovost
    • Air Mobility Command: The Meaningful Maneuver for Joint Force Victory
    • Military Sealift Command: Joint Maritime Mobility
    • Strategic Mobility in the Context of U.S. National Defense Strategies
    • The Surface Deployment and Distribution Command: Operating Within the Larger Sustainment Enterprise
    • Project Convergence: A Venue for Joint All-Domain Command and Control Experimentation
    • Pivoting the Joint Force: National Security Implications of Illegal, Unregulated, and Unreported Fishing
    • The Strategic Survivability Triad: The Future of Military Medicine in Support of Combat Power
    • Information Suppressing Fire: Repositioning Forces in Somalia

 National Institute for Defense Studies (NIDS)

 National Institute for Public Policy (NIPP)

 National Security Archive

 National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

  • SP 800-215 Guide to a Secure Enterprise Network Landscape 

 NATO Defense College

 Naval War College

 Network Contagion Research Institute (NCRI)

 Observer Research Foundation

 Office of Management and Budget (OMB)

  • M-23-02 Migrating to Post-Quantum Cryptography 

 Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

 Overseas Development Institute (ODI)

 Peace Research Institute of Frankfurt (PRIF/HSFK)

 Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE)

 Pew Research Center

 Policy Exchange (UK)

 Policy Studies Organization

  • Journal of Critical Infrastructure Policy, Spring/Summer 2022, v. 3, no. 1 
    • InfraGard: On the Front Line of Critical Infrastructure Protection Editor’s Interview with InfraGard National’s President Maureen O’Connell
    • Preserving Ukraine’s Electric Grid During the Russian Invasion
    • Defense Energy Resilience and the Role of State Public Utility Commissions
    • Expanding Oregon’s Vision for a Once-in-a-Generation Infrastructure
    • Winter Storm Uri: Resource Loss & Psychosocial Outcomes of Critical Infrastructure Failure in Texas
    • Atlas for a Warp Speed Future: Enhancing Usual Operating Modes of the U.S. Government
    • Strengthening the Security of Operational Technology: Understanding Contemporary Bill of Materials
    • A Risk-Informed Community Framework for the Assessment of Chemical Hazards

 Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft

 Radicalisation Awareness Network Centre of Excellence

 RAND Corporation

 Recorded Future

 Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)

 S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

 Small Arms Survey

 Small Wars Journal 

 Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR)

  • SIGAR 23-04 U.S.-Provided Funds and Equipment to Afghanistan:  An Assessment of Taliban Access to Assets Remaining in Country When the Afghan Government Collapsed 
  • SIGAR 23-05-IP Why the Afghan Government Collapsed 

 Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)

 Strategic Studies Institute (SSI)

 Taylor & Francis

 UK Defence and Armed Forces

 UK Parliament, House of Commons

 UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)

 UN Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR)

 UN Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)

 UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

 UN Women

 US Institute of Peace (USIP)

 United States Studies Centre (USSC)

 Uyghur Human Rights Project

 White House

 World Bank 

 World Economic Forum