Title Index

Journal Articles

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

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A future capability that is explained in this paper is that machines will have the ability to remove humans from the real-time decision-making loop.
A Rifleman's War by Staff Sergeant Jeffrey Wall Download the Full Article: A Rifleman's War Afghanistan has become a rifleman's war. Because we are fighting a counterinsurgency campaign against a...
Limiting the definition of insurgency, can limit the military response
A Sea Change in Pakistan? Breaking Down the Arguments by Jeffrey Dressler and Reza Jan Download the full article: A Sea Change in Pakistan? Pakistani forces have seized a number of high-ranking...
A Short Response to AF-PAK and South Asia Hands by Colonel David S. Maxwell Download the full article: A Short Response to AF-PAK and South Asia Hands In his article, Should AF/PAK Hands be South...
A Sino-Persian Grab for the Indian Ocean? by Jamsheed K. Choksy Download the Full Article: A Sino-Persian Grab for the Indian Ocean? China and Iran are constructing a series of strategically placed...
This article is the second in the TRADOC/SWJ’s latest “Mad Scientist” call for papers.
The war in Cameroon remains little known and its very existence has been denied by official French spokesmen.
A Soldier's View by Colonel Gian Gentile, Small Wars Journal Op-Ed A Soldier's View (Full PDF Article) Since Andrew Bacevich placed me in the "Conservative" camp in his Atlantic article and based on...
A SWJ interview with Jim Thomas, Vice President and Director of Studies at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments.
It is our national tar baby. Most simply, it is a mess. We are there. We would like to get out. What are our options?
A Strategic Perspective on Taliban Warfare by Lieutenant Colonel Ehsan Mehmood Khan Download the full article: A Strategic Perspective on Taliban Warfare Taliban Warfare has occupied news headlines...
In the struggle against the Jihadists of Al Qaeda and affiliated groups, we need to stop believing that we are dealing with terrorists.
A Strategy for Mexico?   by Johnny M. Lairsey Jr. Download the Full Article: A Strategy for Mexico? For over a century, United States foreign policy was guided by the Monroe doctrine....
A Strategy of Exhaustion by Vegetius Download the full article: A Strategy of Exhaustion Most Jihads do not die with a bang; they have historically gone out with a whimper. The first great wave of...
The study of European—and particularly British—imperial experiences with insurgency produced two contending schools of thought on the legacy of counterinsurgency.
Back to the Future A Study of Post Partisan Warfare Reconstruction by Lieutenant Commander Larry H. Henke Small Wars Journal A Study of Post Partisan Warfare Reconstruction (Full PDF Article) In 1780...
The communist Afghan Army was established with traditions and a structure that dated back to the 1800s. It also inherited a healthy society, and a government with functioning institutions.
A Tale of Two Countries Counterinsurgency and Capacity Building in the Pacific by Dr. Russell W. Glenn, Small Wars Journal Download interim version of article as PDF It is sometimes said that "Small...
A Tale of Two Design Efforts (and why they both failed in Afghanistan) by Grant Martin Download the Full Article: A Tale of Two Design Efforts Trying to be a "good neighbor" to the Afghans One Friday...
Together the tribe bears the burdens of war, while the American Soldier reflects in solitude, wondering who he truly is and how he can ever belong.
Unrest in Iran: A Test Case for Counterinsurgency Theory by Dr. Dan G. Cox Download the full article: A Test Case for Counterinsurgency Theory Recent events in Iran involving the questionable...
A Theoretical Exploration of Lawrence of Arabia's Inner Meanings on Guerrilla Warfare by Basil Aboul-Enein and Youssef Aboul-Enein Download the Full Article: A Theoretical Exploration of Lawrence of...
A Theory of Dark Network Design (Part One) by Ian S. Davis, Carrie L. Worth, and Douglas W. Zimmerman Download The Full Article: A Theory of Dark Network Design (Part One) Abstract This study...
A Theory of Dark Network Design (Part Two): Type-I Dark Network: Opportunistic-Mechanical by Ian S. Davis, Carrie L. Worth, and Douglas W. Zimmerman Download The Full Article: A Theory of Dark...
A Third COIN Course of Action A Question of Command: Counterinsurgency from the Civil War to Iraq SWJ Book Review by Lieutenant Colonel Adam Strickland Download the full review: A Third COIN Course...
A Third Way in Afghanistan by Colonel Gary Anderson Download the full article: A Third Way in Afghanistan When Ralph Peters of the New York Post and the editor of the New York Times actually agree on...
Varying cases of foreign fighter have shed light on some of the incentives that have driven these individuals to take action and travel to the region.
A Timely Lesson from the Korean War by Lee Lacy Download the Full Article: A Timely Lesson from the Korean War The recent removal of General Stanley McChrystal by President Barack Obama as NATO...
Critiquing the Critique of British COIN
While the sunset provision is highly unlikely to become law, it is a significant development in the debate over a possible AUMF specific to the fight against the Islamic State.
Interview with Kate Clark of the Afghanistan Analysts Network.
A View of Irregular Warfare A Work in Progress (Draft) by Colonel Daniel Kelly, Small Wars Journal A View of Irregular Warfare (Full PDF Article) SWJ Editors Note: We present this draft (work in...
A Volatile Brew by Colonel Robert Killebrew, Small Wars Journal Op-Ed A Volatile Brew (Full PDF Article) Last June a group of men in police SWAT team uniforms stormed a building in Phoenix, Arizona,...
How can we be at war with an ideology, what is it that attracts its members, and can an ideology really be combated?