John W. Little
John W. Little has explored the intersection of technology, intelligence, and conflict at Blogs of War since 2002.
Facing the New Frontier: The Imperative of Tactically Responsive Launch in the U.S.-China Space Race
As the U.S.-China space race escalates, tactically responsive launch (TRL) is crucial. TRL permits quick satellite deployment, countering space warfare threats. Technological advancements and policy adjustments are imperative in this new space age.
An Immaculate View
In a near-future world where the privileged few live in prosperity zones, Mark Jensen finds himself grappling with the consequences of his elevated status. As he enjoys the luxuries provided by his robotic attendant, he can't help but feel disquieted by the impermanence of it all.
Transforming the Battlefield: Hypersonic Weapons in a Potential China-US Conflict Over Taiwan
This analysis delves into the impact of hypersonic weapons on warfare, using a potential China-US conflict over Taiwan as a case study. Key aspects discussed include speed, stealth, and lethality, along with challenges in decision-making, stability, and diplomacy.