Infinity Journal, Issue No. 3, Summer 2011, has just been published. The latest issue includes:
Martin van Creveld, "The Second Lebanon War: A Re-assessment."
T.X. Hammes, "Limited Means Strategy: What to do When the Cupboard is Bare."
Justin Kelly, "On Paradigms"
Gian P. Gentile, "The Death of American Strategy."
Patrick Porter, "Isolationist Heresies: Strategy and the Curse of Slogans"
David Betz, "'Cyberwar' is Not Coming"
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