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Herodotus had it right when he considered the Caspian Sea to be landlocked. 
I made my hajj to Korea and served there for three years.  The "land of the morning calm" presents historical, professional, and lifestyle opportunities you will find nowhere else.
Why a label and its use obfuscates the most critical variable of social and cultural reality necessary for mission success.
COL Rich Outzen makes a plea for a transformational approach to promoting language skills in the force.  Is it possible to turn the failure around?
The purpose of this paper is to provide research information on doctrinal convergence and divergence, and elaborate upon the role of language and culture in counterinsurgency operations.
La investigación sostiene que las principales pandillas en El Salvador (MS-13 y Barrio 18) han evolucionado hasta constituirse en un nuevo tipo de insurgencia.
What is a protest by the Iranian people against the oppressive fundamentalist regime, has a much more diversified group of world actors.
Last year was witness to three police operations against gangs in Catalonia, targeting the Latin Kings, the Mara Salvatrucha (MS13), and the Bloods.
Russia has increasingly tested the resolve of Europe and the West, inciting and then intervening in manufactured crises in Georgia and Ukraine. The Baltic States could be the next target of Russian...
This research examines the cyber battle space, why it poses a significant threat, and how attribution difficulties can create significant issues for deterrence of cyber-attacks.
Do you improve your organization, or detract from its success?
Leadership of Cyber Warriors: Enduring Principles and New Directions by Gregory Conti and David Raymond Download the Full Article: Leadership of Cyber Warriors: Enduring Principles and New...
It is incumbent on all leaders of this generation to gain a better understanding of what makes up a subordinate’s background and subsequently, how to best lead them.
The paper evaluates the magnitude of threat posed by Violent Non-State Actors as opposed to hostile states actors with a national intelligence apparatus.
SWJ Discussion with Dr. David H. Ucko and Dr. Robert Egnell about their book Counterinsurgency in Crisis: Britain and the Challenges of Modern Warfare.
The dual crises for now are: learning how to handle crises as a greenhorn, while deciding whether to give up or retain America’s global primacy.
Interaction among foreign forces and local farmers was perhaps never more important for mission success than in Afghanistan over the course of OEF.
In assessing our “lessons learned” it is vital that the service look forward and not just retrospectively so it does not learn the wrong lessons. 
Network-centric warfare doctrine continues to fall short of revolutionizing the battlefield, even after a decade of upgrades born out of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.
At present, for every US Soldier there is at least one 20-foot container of equipment in Afghanistan; a quantity that cannot be overemphasized as our military begins to face the challenges of...
Lebanon's national rejection of returning to civil war coupled with the buoyancy provided by the Lebanese Armed Forces will keep it from sinking into the Syrian abyss.
The inability to craft an effective national policy to deal with the surge of left-wing extremism is a subject of intense policy debate and mounting public concern in India.
Does the NATO treaty “automatically” require the U.S. use force to defend a NATO ally?  The short answer is “no”.
Understanding how the democratization of Iraq failed could be instructive to future endeavors towards democratization throughout the world.
A recent National Defense University article titled “Rapid Regeneration of Irregular Warfare Capacity” identifies some pitfalls with the elimination of irregular warfare capability.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s epic, 18-hour television series on the war in Vietnam left me feeling the same way that the war did: sad, depressed, disillusioned, and ready for it to end.
Lessons for Libya? Flawed Policy and the Inevitability of Military Failure: The Anglo-French Suez Expedition of 1956 by Brian C. Collins Download The Full Article: Lessons for Libya? Thesis: The...
Lessons From a Military Humanitarian in Port-au-Prince, Haiti   by Major Kelly L. Webster Download the full article: Lessons From a Military Humanitarian in Port-au-Prince On January...
As one of the oldest civilizations in human history, China maintains a level of subconscious devotion to its history and culture. This paper explores one of these devotions—the steppe.
SWJ discussion with Seth G. Jones, Director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center at the RAND Corporation.
Lessons From Previous Competitive Strategies: SWJ Interview with Thomas G. Mahnken
America's Financial Crisis Lessons from Reconstructing Iraq by Captain Timothy Hsia, Small Wars Journal Op-Ed Lessons from Reconstructing Iraq (Full PDF Article) News coverage of the 700 billion...
SWJ discussion with Daniel R. Green and William F. Mullen III, the authors of "Fallujah Redux: The Anbar Awakening and the Struggle with al-Qaeda".
The Battle of Chancellorsville ended 150 years ago this week. It still holds lessons for us.
Good stories trump doctrine for effecting cultural change because they reach us emotionally; they inspire.  Consider America's first battle and what we can glean its many relevant...