We have to do many things simultaneously if our goal is to remain the ultimate guarantor of international securityPentagon reviews war planning Mar 15, 2009
But that was a kind of reductionist view that looked at warfare as simply the delivery of firepowerAnalysis: What is the next war? -- Part 2 Dec 11, 2008
It's more like cops on a beat than it is like sending cruise missiles through a windowAnalysis: What is the next war? -- Part 2 Dec 11, 2008
You have to go back to the original version of what 'defense transformation' was supposed to beAnalysis: What is the next war? -- Part 2 Dec 11, 2008
The large-scale message has been, 'This is going to be hard and expensive,Obama, Pentagon differ over troop costs Nov 23, 2009
Thomas Donnelly 15 years old. one hundred and fifty five pounds. five foot eight inches
Thomas Donnelly is a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI). Donnelly is a writer, an analyst of military affairs and defense, national security and foreign policy and the author of AEI's National Security Outlook. He has been a Director at the Lockheed Martin Corporation on strategic communications and initiatives since 2002. He was Deputy Executive Director of the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) from 1999 to 2002.
Donnelly is a Washington, D.C. native, born June 13, 1953, and educated at Sidwell Friends School. He received his M.I.P.P. from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University and a B.A. from Ithaca College.