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New techniques have made predictions more useful, and we used one to look at violence in Ethiopia since the election of Abiy Ahmed, the new Nobel Peace Prize winner.
“They’re all doing it: Russia, China, Iran … They’re all fighting these things called shadow wars, and they’re very effective,” says an ex-paratrooper and academic.
The US military is without peer in its ability to project power around the world, and that’s not about to change.
Split strategies over nuclear proliferation could spell disaster, says one of the world’s most decorated soldiers.
Dolphin echolocation can find underwater mines more effectively than the best sonar.
Memes come off as a joke, but some people are starting to see them as the serious threat they are.
An oral history of a devastating strike that hasn’t happened yet.
A futuristic fiction story about war, people, and robots
Our war coverage through the years has emphasized how technology might change the way wars are fought—or how it could help us avoid conflict in the first place.