Military Transformations Programme
The Military Transformations Programme (previously known as the Revolutions in Military Affairs Programme) was established in 2003. The Programme aims to develop scholarly and policy-relevant expertise on the theory and practice of military transformation.
The programme’s research is focused on three broad areas:
- Transformation of doctrine, and operational planning and strategy in the areas of network-centric warfare, effects-based operations, cyber warfare, special operations, conventional military operations, and operations other than war;
- Transformation of defence economics and industrialisation, namely, transformation in defence industries, defence industrial policies, management of technologies, trends and patterns in defence spending, acquisition processes and patterns, and management of human resources; and
- National approaches to military transformation, including military modernisation activities in the Asia Pacific and U.S. defence transformation as it affects the Asia Pacific.
- Mr Richard A. Bitzinger
Coordinator, Military Transformations Programme, IDSS
DID: 6514 1904
Email: [email protected]sg
- Dr Michael Raska
Assistant Professor, Military Transformations Programme, IDSS
DID: 6592 3660
Email: [email protected]
Last updated on 29/11/2016