Author Archives: Braden R. Allenby

The Age of Weaponized Narrative, or, Where Have You Gone, Walter Cronkite?


This article is in Climate and Energy, Summer 2017


Advanced information technologies are adding a new dimension to regional and global conflict and asymmetric warfare. The United States is an especially vulnerable target. When I was in college many years ago, the concept of “narrative” was simple: it was a story told by a literary character, or, more broadly, the story itself. Starting with […]

Book Review: Visualize Whirled Peas


This article is in The Criminalization of Immigration, Fall 2016


Can Science End War? by Everett Carl Dolman. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2016, 200 pp. Imagine the scene: you’re Everett Dolman, a faculty member at the US Air Force’s School of Advanced Air and Space Studies with significant security and military experience, and an eager publisher suggests the book title of Can Science End War? […]