The authors listed below have published posts in the SWJ Blog. See also this separate list of authors published in the SWJ Blog.  We greatly appreciate these authors choosing to share their work to the community through us, and thank them for advancing the dialogue on the complex problems of small wars.

Speaking of complexity, this long list is in alphabetical order by first character of the byline, because that's how we've got the data.  If you're searching for a last name, try your browser's Find On Page search feature or our site search. 

Until our pre-Aug 2011 items areupdated, they will show SWJ Editors as the author due to the limitations of our prior system. You can see the real byline when you open the article.

The SWJ Blog is a multi-author blog powered by a coalition of the —and highly able.  We publish contributed guest posts from across the community, screened by SWJ Editors per our editorial policy.  We publish work we think credibly represents an important view that adds to the dialog, not work that reinforces any particular position.  We tend toward pragmatism but are otherwise agnostic of any particular platform; we host a neutral and open tent for serious thought and discussion, not a forum for advocacy.

We also offer a few regular contributors an outlet for their work as SWJ Bloggers. They are free to post what and when they want, without editorial direction or interference. Through their years of professional achievement, they've shown us they merit our trust and this vehicle for their thoughts. By pooling together, we achieve enough volume to keep things fresh for our readers, and we gain other synergies from the huge mountain of talent. But individual contributors are, in essence, writing their own blogs.

The current SWJ Bloggers, in alphabetical order are:  Crispin Burke, Robert Bunker, Robert Haddick, Dave Kilcullen, Malcolm Nance, John Sullivan.

 

Authors List

Andy Forney (1)
Australian Army Research Papers (1)
Open Society Foundations (1)
Oxford University Press (1)
The Ada News (1)
Lexington Institute (1)
Molly Molloy (1)
Fox News (1)
Robert Murphy (1)
The Dallas Morning News (1)
Alex Finley (1)
Eurasia Review (1)
The Heritage Foundation (1)
Military.com (1)
The United States Institute of Peace (2)
The Soufan Group (2)
Tiago Ferreira Lopes (1)
Miguel Nunes Silva (1)
The New Yorker (1)
Forbes (1)
Shwan Kanan (1)
Jonathan Dworkin (1)
Lawfare (2)
CNN News (3)
Parag Khanna (1)
Defense News (2)
Dan Johanknecht (1)
Classics of Strategy and Diplomacy (1)
The Daily Mail (1)
Elad Popovich (2)
Parameters (1)
Center for International Maritime Security (1)
The Military Leader (1)
Masoud Kazemzadeh (1)
Zenpundit (1)
Alex Calvo (1)
Yale Global (1)
Ruben Velez (1)
Defence-in-Depth (1)
Africa Center for Strategic Studies (1)
Henri Boré (1)
The International Institute for Strategic Studies (1)
Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (1)
Tribune News Service (1)
The Australian (1)
Radio Canada International (1)
William Herbert (1)
The Boston Globe (1)
NATO Strategic Communications (1)
Vocativ (1)
G. Murphy Donovan (3)
Marine Corps Gazette (1)
Foreign Affairs (1)
Colin Griffin (1)
The Interpreter (2)
Minneapolis Star Tribune‎ (1)
Real Clear Defense (2)
George Washington University's Program on Extremism (1)
The Modern War Institute (5)
Institute for the Study of War (3)
RAND Corporation (10)
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (2)
National Defense (1)
Georgetown University Center for Security Studies (2)
Dzerkalo Tyzhnia (1)
U.S. News & World Report (1)
The Week (1)
The Los Angeles Times (2)
The Foreign Policy Research Institute (3)
US Department of State (1)
Marine Corps Times (2)
Vox (1)
Chaveso Cook (1)
Pamela Ligouri Bunker (1)
Voice of America (112)
The Washington Institute (1)
The British Broadcasting Corporation (9)
National Review (2)
Combating Terrorism Center at West Point (3)
The Washington Times (2)
CTC Sentinel (2)
Center for American Progress (1)
STAND-TO! (1)
Chris Townsend (2)
Breaking Defense (3)
Defense One (2)
R.C. Porter (1)
Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (1)
Time Magazine (2)
The Tampa Tribune (2)
Gus Gusentine (1)
Institute for Economics and Peace (1)
Paul Kamolnick (1)
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (1)
The Foreign Policy Initiative (2)
Kevin L. Parker (1)
Bloomberg News (2)
The U.S. Naval Institute (2)
Rex Brynen (1)
Georgetown Security Studies Review (2)
McClatchy (1)
Project Gray (1)
Belmont Club (1)
Shawn Snow (2)
The Brookings Institution (2)
The Atlantic Council (2)
The Jamestown Foundation (1)
The NATO Multimedia Library (1)
The Joint Special Operations University Library (1)
Taylor & Francis Group: Small Wars & Insurgencies (1)
The Diplomat (1)
Task & Purpose (1)
The Strategic Studies Institute (8)
National Public Radio (3)
The Institute for the Study of Culture and Language (1)
The Council on Foreign Relations (2)
The Hoover Institution (3)
The Journal of Culture, Language and International Security (2)
USNI News (3)
Al-Ahram Weekly (1)
The Angry Staff Officer (1)
John Q. Public (1)
Military Times (11)
London School of Economics & Political Science (1)
The Hill (2)
Center for Complex Operations (1)
The National Interest (7)
The Bridge (1)
C-SPAN (1)
Army Magazine (1)
Slate (1)
American Enterprise Institute (2)
War on the Rocks (5)
Kings of War (1)
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Foreign Policy (12)
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The Guardian (1)
Reuters (18)
USA Today (6)
The Wall Street Journal (30)
Military Officers Association of America (1)
Stars & Stripes (11)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (1)
Parameters (2)
Center for Strategic & International Studies (5)
The Center for a New American Security (10)
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (3)
The Daily Beast (5)
The American Interest (1)
Associated Press (8)
Politico (2)
The Atlantic (4)
The San Diego Union-Tribune (1)
Congressional Research Service (2)
Best Defense (3)
The New York Times (58)
Association of the United States Army (2)
The Washington Post (79)
DoD News (11)
National Defense University Press (3)
Greg Kleponis (1)
Christopher D. Kolenda (1)
A.C. Hall (1)
Matthew Saintsing (1)
Nilanthan Niruthan (1)
Joseph J. Collins (1)
Ehsan Ahrari (2)
Byron Ramirez (1)
Paul Avallone (1)
Richard Lee-Smith (1)
Jade Wu (2)
John Oliver Jr. (1)
Jeanne McDonnell (1)
Daniel Rice (1)
Jeong Lee (1)
Hamid Lellou (1)
Michael McBride (1)
James “Jamie” E. Hayes III (1)
Dennis P. Chapman (1)
Jeff Collins (2)
Scott Kesterson (1)
Geoffrey Demarest (4)
Christopher Jenks (1)
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Christopher Johnston (1)
George Fust (1)
Fahad Malaikah (1)
Robert Sharp (1)
Scott Forster (27)
Franklin C. (Chuck) Spinney (1)
Nayef Al-Rodhan (1)
Stan Wiechnik (3)
Joe Byerly (22)
Stephen Hindes (1)
Kevin Benson (1)
Mike Grater (1)
John C. Hale (1)
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Ranjit Singh (1)
Jacob Westerberg (1)
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Roxanne E. Bras (1)
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The DEF2013 Board (1)
Jill S. Russell (3)
Mark Phillips (1)
Johnny Lairsey (1)
Arnold Hammari (2)
TJ Waters (1)
Robert Almonte (1)
Carol E. B. Choksy (1)
Jamsheed K. Choksy (1)
Jerry Meyerle (1)
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Joseph Trevithick (1)
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Kevin Brown (1)
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Stephen Tucker (1)
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Nathan P. Jones (3)
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David C. Eckley (1)
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Matthew Hipple (2)
Butch Bracknell (4)
Charles G. Kels (2)
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Inge Fryklund (1)
Sterling Jensen (1)
Robert Sharp (2)
Gabriel Lajeunesse (1)
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Don Gomez (1)
Paul Rexton Kan (1)
Matthew Schweitzer (1)
A.A. Cohen (1)
Joan Johnson-Freese (2)
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Stan Coerr (1)
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Michael Christman (1)
Anonymous Fighter Pilot (1)
Gary K. Busch (1)
Charles A. Flynn (1)
Chris Davis (1)
David Wise (1)
Pascale Combelles Siegel (1)
Dan Cox (1)
Paul Smyth (1)
Michael L. Burgoyne (1)
Peter J. Munson (97)
William Anderson (1)
Ali Hayat (1)
Sven Ortmann (1)
Dave Duffy (1)
Michael Martinez (1)
Bob Weimann (1)
Robert Tollast (1)
Donald "Ray" Greene (1)
Ryan T. Kranc (1)
Robert C. Jones (2)
Adam Elkus (5)
Tristan Hoffmann (1)
Jason Howk (1)
Philipp Reichert (1)
James Moran (1)
Daniel R. DePetris (2)
Sid Heal (1)
Paul Olsen (3)
Doctrine Man (1)
Gene C. Kamena (1)
Roy F. Houchin II (1)
Barry M. Stentiford (1)
Philip Ulrich (1)
David Kuhn (5)
Brandt Smith (1)
Ed Judd (1)
David Abel (1)
Peter Van Buren (1)
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Alejandro M. Sueldo (3)
Matthew Partridge (1)
Don Gomez (1)
Teun van Dongen (2)
Nic Jenzen-Jones (2)
Benjamin “BJ” Armstrong (2)
Erich Simmers (1)
Michael Murray (2)
Robert Farley (1)
Patrick McKinney (1)
Avinash Paliwal (1)
Morgan Smiley (8)
Garrett Wood (3)
Brock Dahl (1)
Nathan Springer (1)
Ryan Kennedy (1)
Andrew Shaver (2)
JR Hand (1)
EJ Hogendoorn (1)
Diane Maye (1)
Michael Yon (4)
David S. Maxwell (14)
Gian Gentile (5)
Robert Bunker (123)
Bill Caldwell (10)
Gary Anderson (26)
Youssef Aboul-Enein (23)
Crispin Burke (27)
Dr. Jack (5)
Mike Few (63)
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Robert Haddick (342)
Bing West (24)
Robert Bateman (13)
Bill Nagle (4)
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Niel Smith (9)
Marc Tyrrell (8)
Martin Dempsey (9)
Dave Kilcullen (15)
Janine Davidson (4)
John A. Nagl (17)
Ken White (2)
Frank Hoffman (15)
Paul Yingling (5)
TX Hammes (1)
Eric Walters (3)
Bob Killebrew (2)
Huba Wass de Czege (2)
John P. Sullivan (17)
Rob Thornton (2)
Jim Guirard (10)
Malcolm Nance (7)
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Author Bios

Andy Forney

Major Andy Forney is a strategist and capability developer at the U.S. Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC). He is currently completing his Ph.D. in American History from Texas Christian University.

Australian Army Research Papers

Australian Army Research Papers are vehicles for progressing professional discussion and debate concerning military strategy, particularly the application of land warfare concepts and capabilities to the security of Australia and its interests. Research papers are intended to provide comprehensive treatment of their subject matter at the time of publication.

Open Society Foundations

The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people.

Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press (OUP) is the largest university press in the world, and the second-oldest, after Cambridge University Press. It is a department of the University of Oxford and is governed by a group of 15 academics appointed by the Vice-Chancellor known as the Delegates of the Press. They are headed by the Secretary to the Delegates, who serves as OUP's chief executive and as its major representative on other university bodies. Oxford University has used a similar system to oversee the Press since the 17th century.

The Ada News

The Ada News is a daily newspaper published five days a week in Ada, Oklahoma. The publication's coverage area includes Pontotoc County and portions of Coal County, Garvin County, Hughes County, Johnston County, Murray County and Seminole County. The newspaper is published Tuesday through Friday and Sunday.

Lexington Institute

It is the goal of the Lexington Institute to inform, educate, and shape the public debate of national priorities in those areas that are of surpassing importance to the future success of democracy, such as national security, education reform, tax reform, immigration and federal policy concerning science and technology. By promoting America’s ability to project power around the globe we not only defend the homeland of democracy, but also sustain the international stability in which other free-market democracies can thrive. The Lexington Institute believes in limiting the role of the federal government to those functions explicitly stated or implicitly defined by the Constitution. The Institute therefore actively opposes the unnecessary intrusion of the federal government into the commerce and culture of the nation, and strives to find nongovernmental, market-based solutions to public-policy challenges. We believe a dynamic private sector is the greatest engine for social progress and economic prosperity.

Molly Molloy

Molly Molloy is a research librarian and border and Latin American specialist at the New Mexico State University Library in Las Cruces, NM. She is the creator and editor of the Frontera List, a forum for news and discussion of border issues. Since 2008 she has provided detailed documentation of homicides in Mexico, with an emphasis on Ciudad Juarez. More than 11,000 people have been murdered in Juarez since 2008, making that border city the epicenter of the recent hyperviolence in Mexico. She translated and co-edited El Sicario: The Autobiography of a Mexican Assassin (Nation Books, 2011) and has written for The Nation, Phoenix New Times [here and here], Narco News Bulletin, and other publications. Molloy is often called upon to consult with academic researchers, attorneys and journalists about the violence in Mexico.

Fox News

Fox News Channel (FNC), also known as Fox News, is an American basic cable and satellite news television channel that is owned by the Fox Entertainment Group subsidiary of 21st Century Fox. As of February 2015, approximately 94,700,000 American households (81.4% of cable, satellite & telco customers) receive the Fox News Channel. The channel broadcasts primarily from studios at 1211 Avenue of the Americas, New York City, New York.

Robert Murphy

Robert Murphy graduated from The Citadel with degrees in History and French. He is a graduate of the US Army’s Advanced Military Studies program, commanded an infantry company in combat in Iraq, served as a division chief of plans in combat in Iraq, and served as the special assistant to the Commanding General, US Army Europe.

The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News is a major daily newspaper serving the Dallas, Texas area, with over 400,000 daily subscribers. It was founded on October 1, 1885, by Alfred Horatio Belo as a satellite publication of the Galveston Daily News, of Galveston, Texas. Today it has one of the 20 largest paid circulations in the United States.

Alex Finley

Alex Finley is a former officer of the CIA’s Directorate of Operations, where she served in West Africa and Europe. Before becoming a bureaucrat living large off the system, she chased puffy white men around Washington DC as a member of the wild dog pack better known as the Washington media elite. Her writing has appeared in Slate, Reductress, Funny or Die, and other publications. Follow her on Twitter: @alexzfinley

Eurasia Review

Eurasia Review is an independent Journal and Think Tank that provides a venue for analysts and experts to disseminate content on a wide-range of subjects that are often overlooked or under-represented by Western dominated media. Despite the combined Eurasia and Afro-Asia areas containing over 70% of the world’s population, analysis and news continues to be dominated by a U.S. slant, and that is where Eurasia Review enters the picture by providing alternative, in-depth perspectives on current events. To achieve this goal, Eurasia Review publishes original content – as well as that provided by collaborating organizations – with distinct and varied points-of-view. As Eurasia Review is an independent organization, our approach is to seek to present all sides to an issue – something that we believe allows readers to then make informed decisions.

The Heritage Foundation

The Heritage Foundation is an American conservative think tank based in Washington, D.C. The foundation took a leading role in the conservative movement during the presidency of Ronald Reagan, whose policies were taken from Heritage's policy study Mandate for Leadership. Heritage has since continued to have a significant influence in U.S. public policy making, and is considered to be one of the most influential conservative research organizations in the United States.

Military.com

Military.com is a website for U.S. military members. In 2014 it claims to be "the largest military and veteran membership organization - 10 million members strong." The site is owned by Military Advantage Inc, a division of Monster Worldwide since 2004. Military Advantage's advisory board includes two former members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as well as other academic and business leaders. The company's main revenue streams are advertising, military-themed products and lead generation for military recruiters.

The United States Institute of Peace

The United States Institute of Peace (USIP) works to prevent, mitigate, and resolve violent conflict around the world. USIP does this by engaging directly in conflict zones and by providing analysis, education, and resources to those working for peace. Created by Congress in 1984 as an independent, nonpartisan, federally funded organization, USIP’s more than 300 staff work at the Institute’s D.C. headquarters, and on the ground in the world’s most dangerous regions.