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Dr. Kevin Woods and his colleague Williamson Murray have brought to life the Iraqi perspective on various conflicts, ranging from Operation Desert Storm to their latest work on the Iran-Iraq War.
It comes as a paradox of sorts that both Daesh, with its nihilistic worldview, and Salafyo Costa, with its conciliatory approach, can manage to find a place under the umbrella of Salafism.
Sandals and Robes to Business Suits and Gulf Streams: Warfare in the 21st Century by MG Michael T. Flynn Download The Full Article: Sandals and Robes to Business Suits and Gulf Streams: Warfare in...
SAS Secret War Operation Storm in the Middle East reviewed by Travis Weinger, Small Wars Journal SAS Secret War (Full PDF Article) SAS Secret War: Operation Storm in the Middle East. By Major General...
Saving the Kiowa: A Case for Augmenting the Reconnaissance and Security Brigade with the Aviation it Needs
Youssef Aboul-Enein offers a timely review of John Calvert's book on Sayyid Qutb.
While not democracy in the American image, the Arab Spring has the potential to bring Islamists into conflict with jihadists.
Schizophrenic Doctrine: Why We Need to Separate Democratization Out of Stability and COIN Doctrine
This article describes the results of a statistical analysis of the entire corpus of Mad Scientist SciFi stories to identify common themes that emerge when all stories are considered together.
The assassinations of Iranian nuclear scientists warrant our sustained attention because they raise fundamental and far-reaching questions about the limits of state authority.
Second Land Armies and Excess Combatant Commands by Robert Jordan Prescott Download the Full Article: Second Land Armies and Excess Combatant Commands On August 12, 2010 Secretary of Defense Robert...
On Dr. Simpson’s excellent arguments, there is one that I must take exception to and I ask this question: If a President Trump will not listen to General Mattis to whom will he listen?
Declassified outline of Rhodesian Tips, Tactics, and Procedures in COIN.
Tactics, Techniques and Procedures basic to Infantrymen and modified to fit the Security Force Assistance Team environment.
A reduced U.S. military footprint around the world coupled with an increase in state and non-state threats has forced us to reconsider our strategy and posture.
Should the Army prepare to fight other modern militaries like those of Russia and China, or orient on stabilizing war-torn states like Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan?
Considerations for Organizing and Preparing for Security Force Assistance Operations by COL David Maxwell Download interim version of article as PDF
Security Force Assistance: Just Do It Appendix to Accompany CRS Report 41817 "Building the Capacity of Partner States through Security Force Assistance" by Thomas K "Doc" Livingston Download the...
Seeing the Other Side of the COIN: A Critique of the Current Counterinsurgency (COIN) Strategies in Afghanistan by Metin Turcan Download the Full Article: Seeing the Other Side of the COIN Though...
Back to the basics of deterrence, diplomacy, and defense to address potential nation-state employment of unconventional weapons?
After more than a decade of overseas operations since Sept. 11, 2001, there is a needed moment of reassessment as to how to equip, train and even fund the military.
A thorough guide for cyberwar practitioners
We remain quiet because it’s good to be hard and professional, cloaked in the comfort of our own delusion.
An entire American armored brigade in Poland, in particular, would finally capture acute historical significance.
In the darker recesses of the night, I see things that have been seen I wish not to see again. But they come, and they go.
Sequestration is a once in a generation opportunity to address the changes needed to take the US military to the next level of capability. 
Continuing from Part I and Part II, this next section delivers the initial view of the restructured Pentagon.
A lot of people focus on the annual budget figures of DOD.  Not many realize DOD spends just south of $1T annually because of previous year appropriations. This is like crack cocaine to...
Given the exponential growth and popularity of digital fabrication, also known colloquially as 3D printing, it is timely to question the implications that it holds for state security.
Setting the Record Straight on Malayan Counterinsurgency Strategy: Interview with Karl Hack by Octavian Manea Download the Full Article: Setting the Record Straight on Malayan Counterinsurgency...
The military is not a brotherhood. It's not a sisterhood.  We are all comrades in arms. Let's hope the Marines can help set the conditions for future success for all who serve.
This article is designed to broaden your knowledge on the Decisive Action Training Environment, helping you understand what it is, what it isn’t, and how it serves Soldiers and leaders.
Seven by Michael Yon Download the full article: Seven American forces are stationed at bases far and wide around Afghanistan. Some bases are like towns, such as Camp Bastion, Kandahar Airfield, and...
Seven Pillars of Ambiguity by David Mason Download the full article: Seven Pillars of Ambiguity These thoughts are penned a few weeks short of a yearlong tour to Iraq. Having worked in cultures...
This may be the sensational media headline in the near future as DOD continues to struggle over the strategy to fight ISIS in Syria.
Security Force Assistance Case Study: Mosul, Iraq by Major Rob Thornton, Dr. John Fishel and Dr. Marc Tyrrell SFA Case Study: Mosul, Iraq (Full PDF Article) Major Rob Thornton of the Joint Center for...