CFAR 2017: And the Speakers Are….

We’re happy to announce the following speakers for the 2017 CIMSEC Forum for Authors and Readers (CFAR) on May 1st, top vote-getters in their respective categories.  Congratulations to the authors, presenters, and all the nominees! —-CIMSEC Category—- Is Sea Shepherd a Navy? A CIMSEC Debate Chris Rawley, Claude Berube, and Ryan Mewett Terrorists on the Ocean: Sea … Continue reading CFAR 2017: And the Speakers Are….

CFAR 2017 Nominees – Vote Now!

Please join us in congratulating the following nominees for CFAR 2017.: CNA Category Nominees Becoming a Great Maritime Power: A Chinese Dream Mike McDevitt, CNA https://www.cna.org/cna_files/pdf/IRM-2016-U-013646.pdf Naval Coercion and Escalation Control in South Asia Ryan W. French, CNA The Future of U.S.-India Naval Relations Nilanthi Samaranayake, CNA https://www.cna.org/CNA_files/PDF/DRM-2016-U-013938-Final2.pdf Use of Unmanned Systems by the Russian Military … Continue reading CFAR 2017 Nominees – Vote Now!

CIMSEC & Atlantic Council Fiction Contest Winners

By August Cole Risk is often measured best with hindsight. With that in mind, the Center for International Maritime Security and the Atlantic Council’s Art of the Future Project are pleased to announce the winner of their crowd-sourced creative contest exploring the future of artificial intelligence and naval warfare: “The JAGMAN Cometh” by Tim McGeehan. … Continue reading CIMSEC & Atlantic Council Fiction Contest Winners

CIMSEC & Atlantic Council Fiction Contest on Autonomy and Future War Kicks Off

By Dmitry Filipoff This week CIMSEC is publishing articles submitted to the CIMSEC & Atlantic Council Fiction Contest on Autonomy and Future War. The authors explore the various challenges and nuances of unmanned systems through their creative writing. We appreciate their submissions. The contest announcement may be read here. Due to the higher-than-expected response at fifteen submissions, … Continue reading CIMSEC & Atlantic Council Fiction Contest on Autonomy and Future War Kicks Off