Publications by John Lenczowski

Integrating Non-Military Arts of Statecraft to Address National Security Threats

Publication Date: Monday, November 28, 2016

For many years, we have faced a crisis in of leadership the consequence of which is a failure to address strategically our nation’s internal vulnerabilities and external threats. U.S. national security policy has consisted of serial tactical actions that mostly address symptoms of problems and not their causes. This is why we have failed to defeat radical Islamist terrorism.  {read more}

John Lenczowski discusses information warfare and active measures in Intelligencer

Publication Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2016

The Intelligencer, the quarterly journal of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, published as its lead article in this quarter's issue a piece by IWP founder and president entitled "Attention to Information Warfare and Active Measures is Long Overdue."  {read more}

Lessons from the Sony hack attack

Publication Date: Friday, December 19, 2014

The hacking attack of Sony Corp. and the compromising of its intellectual property should send a wake-up call to American business. If Sony can be hacked, so too can our companies that make defense technologies. This attack reveals that the very innovations that give us our competitive edge in the world, both commercially and strategically, are gravely at risk.  {read more}

Deterring Russian Aggression

Publication Date: Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Now that we are distracted by the war against the Islamic State, what should the U.S. do in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine — in a way that deters future aggression and encourages regional peace?  {read more}

Introduction to "Denial and Deception," by John Lenczowski

Publication Date: Friday, September 26, 2014

Russian agents of influence and the war on fracking

Publication Date: Monday, July 14, 2014

2500 years ago, Sun Tzu said that to defeat your enemy without using force is the acme of skill. So, how does one do this? It involves the use of various arts of statecraft that are not well-cultivated in the United States. But the Russians have long cultivated them.  {read more}

The Voice of America Shouldn't Be A Whisper

Putinís propaganda machine is in high gear, while the U.S. scales back the VOA. Why?

Publication Date: Monday, April 21, 2014

Vladimir Putin’s action against Ukraine validates the historic relationship between propaganda and aggression.  {read more}

Moscow understands the strategic importance of information. The US doesn't. -by John Lenczowski

Publication Date: Friday, April 11, 2014

Today the Washington Post reports that the last peeps of American broadcasting over the Voice of America on a Russian AM radio transmitter were just shut down.  {read more}

Acting on Ukraine, by John Lenczowski

Publication Date: Friday, March 14, 2014

What should the United States do - in a way that avoids war - in response to the Russian invasion of Crimea?   {read more}

Willful blindness about Chinese aggressive moves

Publication Date: Monday, March 3, 2014

It was reported in the Wall Street Journal on February 22 that "an outspoken intelligence officer" for the US Pacific Fleet has ruffled feathers in Beijing and Washington by issuing warnings about belligerent Chinese intentions in the South China Sea.  {read more}

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