Veteran professor John Arquilla of the Naval Postgraduate School, who famously pioneered the concept of "netwar," begins by discussing his ambitious cover story for Foreign Policy on "The New Rules of War." As we approach the tenth anniversary of 9/11, Arquilla believes we are starting to learn and apply lessons in Afghanistan such as getting smaller and quicker in engaging with local populations. He also discusses his controversial recent op-ed in the New York Times on the "Pentagon's Biggest Boondoggles." Arquilla believes that Obama is very serious about tackling the most unnecessary and outlandish defense spending programs while at the same time building a better and more agile military.
Ratko Mladic has been described as "one of those lethal combinations that history thrusts up occasionally-a charismatic murderer." What drove the Bosnian Serb military commander to order Europe's deadliest massacre since World War II? Could it have been prevented? Michael Dobbs, a U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum fellow, investigates.