On November 13, 2012, the Institute for the Study of War presented the second annual ISW Award for National Security Leadership to Senator Joseph Lieberman (ID-CT).
WASHINGTON, DC – The Institute for the Study of War today published a detailed backgrounder titled, " The Haqqani Network: a Foreign Terrorist Organization," outlining the impact of possible Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) designation on the Haqqani Network. The Secretary of State’s decision about FTO designation is expected to be announced by September 10. The author of the backgrounder, ISW Senior Analyst Jeffrey
WASHINGTON, DC – The Institute for the Study of War is excited to announce three additions to its senior staff, including a new Communications Director to manage press relationships.
In his latest report, “ Operational Art in Counterinsurgency: A View from the Inside” Lieutenant General James M. Dubik (U.S. Army. Ret.), draws on his experience accelerating the growth of the Iraqi Security Forces to define “operational art” and examine its critical role in counterinsurgency campaigns.
Washington, D.C. – Fifteen months into the uprising in Syria, international leaders are still struggling to figure out how to support Syria’s evolving opposition. In his new report Senior Research Analyst Joseph Holliday suggests that external support to the insurgency could do as much harm as good if it is not directed in a way that reinforces the growth of responsible rebel organizations.