Title Index

Journal Articles

For the true gluttons for punishment, here is a listing of all Journal Articles by title.

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Muffled Voices by Gene Kamena with Roy Houchin Download the Full Article: Muffled Voices The Global War On Terror (GWOT), or as we now call it, Overseas Contingency Operations, has cost our nation...
Mullah Engagement Program: Helmand and Farah Provinces, Afghanistan 15 February -- 15 March 2010 by Commander Philip Pelikan, CHC, USN Download the Full Article: Mullah Engagement Program "By order...
Multi-national corporations--particularly from the extractive sector with long project life cycles, access to capital, and attractive return on investment--could act as a new phase in civil-...
Musa Qala Adapting to the Realities of Modern Counterinsurgency by Thomas Donnelly and Gary J. Schmitt, Small Wars Journal Musa Qala (Full PDF Article) This SWJ article is an excerpt from a...
It is evident that there is still a long way to go before the practice of child recruitment into the armed forces is fully eradicated from the country.
Nagl and Gentile are Both Right So What Do We Do Now? by Robert Haddick, Small Wars Journal Op-Ed Nagl and Gentile are Both Right (Full PDF Article) Small Wars Journal readers are no doubt familiar...
The French Army´s Failed Counterinsurgency Effort
Narco-Armor in Mexico   by John P. Sullivan and Adam Elkus Download the Full Article: Narco-Armor in Mexico Known alternatively as "narco-tanks" (narcotanques), "Rhino...
Transnational crime and its associated transnational illicit networks pose a challenge to sovereignty and governance by fostering corruption and impunity.
This essay focuses on a set of highly advanced technological inventions used for transporting and delivering narcotics.
The explosive effects of rumors in Syria and insurgenceis around the world.
Fit the operation to the narrative, not the narrative to the operation.
Time now for a return to the basics if the organization is to endure well into the current century.
NATO’s Post ISAF Challenges and the Danger of a Hollow Alliance: SWJ Interview with Dr. Andrew A. Michta
Needed: An Exorcism in Kandahar by Vegetius Download the full article: Needed: An Exorcism in Kandahar It is said that President Obama is looking for a proof of concept for General McChrystal's...
Negotiating with the Taliban: Lessons from Vietnam by Franz-Stefan Gady Download the Full Article: Negotiating with the Taliban Despite many critical voices of the overuse of the Vietnam War metaphor...
Negotiation: By, With, and Through the Afghan People by Tim Mathews Download The Full Article: Negotiation: By, With, and Through the Afghan People This submission is offered at this time to coincide...
Opinion polls in Afghanistan cover issues as diverse as the legitimacy of the Karzai regime, the use of suicide attacks, the appropriateness of female education, and the adequacy of the health...
A review of the use of new media in recent insurgencies.
New Potentials for Provincial Reconstruction Teams by Commander Michael Hallett, Small Wars Journal New Potentials for Provincial Reconstruction Teams (Full PDF Article) The promulgation of the...
New Thinking on a 'New Deal' for Post-Conflict Countries? by Greg Mills & Terence McNamee Download interim version of article as PDF
Is there really anything new under the sun?
The recent success of the Nigerian government and the international coalition in the fight against Boko Haram is a welcome development.
Nine Years After 9/11: Assessing the War on Terror by Colonel Joseph J. Collins Download the Full Article: Nine Years After 9/11 It has been nine years since terrorists struck the United States in...
It is a tenet of our system of justice that the punishment should fit the crime.
There is a growing consensus that the United States should not engage in another major land war in Asia or Africa, a view encapsulated in the catchphrase “no more boots on the ground.”
No, Really: Is the US Military Cut Out For Courageous Restraint? by Jason Lemieux Download the full article:  No, Really: Is the US Military Cut Out For Courageous Restraint? General (...
Regular contributor Octavian Manea interviews Srdja Popovic, Serbian non-violent activist, on strategies of non-violent resistance.
Northern Mali Conflict 2012: How Algerian Militants Transformed into an Al-Qaeda Affiliate and Penetrated an Ethnic Cleavage to Remain Relevant.
Not Just a Job, an Adventure: Drafting the U.S. Civil Service for Counterinsurgencies by Michael A. Clauser Download The Full Article: Not Just a Job, an Adventure: Drafting the U.S. Civil Service...
Not So Fast, Amigas y Amigos   by Colonel Robert Killebrew, Small Wars Journal Not So Fast, Amigas y Amigos (Full PDF Article) The United States has always had mixed feelings about our...
Observations from a month-long secondment in Afghanistan with DCOMISAF.
American decision makers chose to fight to a high-consumption and high-cost war through conventional means rather than employing the unparalleled power of nuclear technology.
Obama's Pledge: A Responsible End to War in Iraq? by Bob Tollast Download the Full Article: Obama's Pledge: A Responsible End to War in Iraq? At the beginning of May, the Commission on Wartime...
The threat posed by ISIL cannot be eradicated in the short term, and the involvement of U.S. ground forces would do little to address the underlying problems.
Observations from a Year in the Sunni Triangle By LTC Craig Collier Download interim version of article as PDF From September 2005 to September 2006 my brigade deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi...