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John Deni

research professor, U.S. Army War College

John Deni
John R. Deni is a research professor at the U.S. Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institute and the author of "Coalition of the unWilling and unAble." The views expressed are his own.
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There’s a Better Way to Press for NATO Burden-Sharing

An assessment of alliance planning for 2014-18 shows what actually gets members to boost collective defense.

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Look Deeper, The Asia Pivot Isn’t Dead

The administration would do well to promote the U.S. government’s real work being done in Asia beyond ceremonies. By John R. Deni

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What NATO Needs to Do in the Wake of the Ukraine Crisis

NATO should leverage the crisis in European security created by Moscow to accomplish these four objectives. By John R. Deni

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To Inflict Pain on Russia, Target Its Energy First

If Washington wants to change Putin’s mind about Ukraine, start targeting Russia’s oil, money and leadership – and stop drawing down U.S. troops in Europe. By John R. Deni

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Let NATO Keep the Peace in Palestine

Washington should embrace Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ proposal for American-led NATO peacekeepers. By John Deni