Professor Hunzeker’s Recent Selected Publications

Dying to Learn: Wartime Lessons from the Western Front, Cornell University Press, Forthcoming.

“Taiwan Wants More Missiles. That’s Not a Bad Thing.” (with Alexander Lanoszka), Defense One, March 24, 2021.

CSPS Associate Director Michael Hunzeker testified to the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission at a hearing on Deterring PRC Aggression Toward Taiwan (February 18, 2021). Footage of the hearing can be found here. His statement can be read here.

“America’s Far Right Isn’t Authoritarian. It’s Anti-Statist.” (with Christine German), Defense One, January 14, 2021.

“The United States as a Framework Nation” in Lessons Learned from the Enhanced Forward Presence, 2017-2020, NATO Defense College, November 2020.

“Detecting the Need for Change: How the British Army Adapted to Warfare on the Western  Front and in the Southern Cameroons” (with Kristen Harkness), European Journal of International Security, published online November, 2020: doi:10.1017/eis.2020.17.

“The Painful, but Necessary, Next Steps in the U.S.-Taiwanese Relationship,” (with Dennis L. Weng) War on the Rocks, September 24, 2020.

“The Defense Reforms Taiwan Needs” (with Brian Davis), Defense One, August 10, 2020.

“No Sure Victory: The Marine Force Design Plan and the Politics of Implementation” (with Matthew Fay), War on the Rocks, May 14, 2020.

“National Security in the Age of Pandemics,” (with Gregory D. Koblentz) Defense One, April 3, 2020.

“It’s Time to Talk About Taiwan” (with Mark Christopher) Defense One, February 24, 2020.

“Time for Taiwan to Scrap the Indigenous Diesel Submarine” (with Joseph Petrucelli), The Diplomat, November 19, 2019.

“Threading the Needle Through the Suwalki Gap” (with Alexander Lanoszka), East-West Institute, March 9, 2019.

“Conventional Deterrence and Landpower in Northeastern Europe” (with Alexander Lanoszka), U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, March 2019.

“Taiwan Just Said No to the F-35 Stealth Fighter. Now What?” (with Alexander Lanoszka), The National Interest, December 1, 2018.

“Why the First World War Lasted So Long” (with Alexander Lanoszka), The Monkey Cage, Washington Post, November 11, 2018.

“A Question of Time: Enhancing Taiwan’s Conventional Deterrence Posture” (with Alexander Lanoszka, Brian Davis, Matthew Fay, Erik Goepner, Brian Petrucelli, and Erica Seng-White), Center for Security Policy Studies, November 2018.

“The Case for a Permanent U.S. Military Presence in Poland” (with Alexander Lanoszka), War on the Rocks, October 22, 2018.

“Fort Trump: A Silly Name Masks a Good Idea” (with Alexander Lanoszka), Defense One, September 21, 2018.

“Insurgency and Deterrence on NATO’s Northeastern Flank” (with Alexander Lanoszka), Modern War Institute, December 21, 2016.

“Confronting the Anti-Access/Area Denial and Precision Strike Challenge in the Baltic Region,” (with Alexander Lanoszka), RUSI Journal, 161(5): 12 – 18, October/November 2016.

Landpower and American Credibility.” (with Alexander Lanoszka). Parameters, 45(4): 17-26, Winter 2015-2016.

“Rage of Honor: Entente Indignation and the Lost Chance for Peace in the First World War.” (with Alexander Lanoszka). Security Studies, 24(4): 662 – 695, December 2015.

Reserve Training and the 10% Problem” (with Steven Underwood). The Marine Corps Gazette, 99 (7): 50–54, July 2015.

Mechanisms of Military Maladaptation: Counterinsurgency and the Politics of Failure” (with Kristen Harkness).  Journal of Strategic Studies, (DOI 10.1080/01402390.2014.960078) 38(6): 777-800, January 2015.

Why the Next Great War Won’t Happen on China’s Doorstep” (with Mark Christopher). Defense One, July 11, 2014.

The Strategy Project: Teaching Strategic Thinking through Crisis Simulation” (with Kristen Harkness). PS: Political Science and Politics, 47 (2): 513 – 517, 2014.