Title Index

Journal Articles

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

(2) | " (9) | ' (2) | 1 (1) | 3 (1) | 8 (1) | 9 (1) | A (205) | B (75) | C (140) | D (81) | E (35) | F (59) | G (33) | H (41) | I (115) | J (9) | K (9) | L (35) | M (68) | N (25) | O (41) | P (72) | Q (2) | R (65) | S (113) | T (394) | U (37) | V (16) | W (90) | Y (7) | Z (1) | ¿ (2) | (1) | (5)
Andrew Attar adds to his March article on the operational approach to stability operations.
Reconstruction in South Baghdad by Captain Steve McGregor, Small Wars Journal Reconstruction in South Baghdad (Full PDF Article) Humanitarian aid is increasingly becoming more important to US...
Recruiting, Development, and Retention of Cyber Warriors Despite an Inhospitable Culture by Lieutenant Colonel Gregory Conti and Lieutenant Colonel Jen Easterly Download the full article:...
Rediscovering the Art of Psychological Operations in the Afghan Counterinsurgency by Russell Hampsey Download the full article: Rediscovering the Art of Psychological Operations Psychological...
Redress of Professional Military Education: The Clarion Call by Colonel Charles D. Allen Joint Force Quarterly has kindly granted Small Wars Journal permission to publish this forthcoming JFQ article...
Reexamination of a Quintessential Joint Force Operation Case Study: Urgent Fury by Thomas Bundt Download the Full Article: Reexamination of a Quintessential Joint Force Operation Case Study: Urgent...
Not an Intifada: Reexamining “War” Amongst Israelis and Palestinians
Author argues that the MDMP is burdened by linear procedures that do not reflect natural cognitive processes and proposes an alternative model based on six concurrently developed components derived...
An interview with Daniel R. Green, who served at the PRT in Uruzgan in 2005-2006 and in Kabul from 2009-2010.
Reflections on Algeria's Islamist Experiences, Past and Present by CDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, MSC, USN Download the full article: Reflections on Algeria's Islamist Experiences, Past and Present The...
Reflections on Clausewitz and Jomini: A Discussion on Theory, MDMP, and Design in the Post OIF Army by Christopher Otero Download the Full Article:Reflections on Clausewitz and Jomini: A Discussion...
The new U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps counterinsurgency doctrine, "Insurgency and Countering Insurgencies" has some good things to offer but also has several flaws. 
Reflections on the "Counterinsurgency Decade": Small Wars Journal Interview with General David H. Petraeus.
Reflections on the Continuities in War and Warfare: SWJ Discussion with Major General H.R. McMaster
Reflections on the French School of Counter-Rebellion: An Interview with Etienne de Durand by Octavian Manea Download The Full Article: Reflections on the French School of Counter-Rebellion How...
Together with Tony Koltz General Zinni co-authored the just released book “Before the First Shots are Fired. How America Can Win or Lose Off the Battlefield”.
Reforming Property Laws in Post-Conflict Societies - Case Study: Afghanistan
Further thought is required if this concept is going to succeed in the future.
The failure to understand and appreciate the religious dimension of political action is not without consequence.
Reorganizing for Irregular Warfare by Major David J. Painter, Major Mark C. Weaver and Major Scott C. White. Reorganizing for Irregular Warfare is a master's thesis to be published next month by the...
Acronyms and Translations of Security and Government Agencies in Mexico’s Drug War.
Responding to Crimea by Bolstering NATO’s Military Presence in Central and Eastern Europe: SWJ Discussion with A. Wess Mitchell.
This is the third and last essay in the series that examines the rising threat of organized criminality and its spillover effects across levels of analysis.
Restraint as a Successful Strategy in the 1999 Kargil Conflict by Colonel Devendra Pratap Pandey, Indian Army, Small Wars Journal Download interim version of article as PDF In 1999, General Pervez...
This essay seeks to de-literalize the word strategy—theorizing that its meaning has been morphologically displaced from an ancient Greek wartime phenomenon. 
Rethinking "IO:" Complex Operations in the Information Age by BG Huba Wass de Czege, US Army, Retired, Small Wars Journal Download interim version of article as PDF We are in a period of...
Mike Few interviews civil war historian Mark Grimsley, research affiliate at The Ohio State University and author of several books, about reconstruction and insurgency.
Rethinking Smith-Mundt by Matt Armstrong, Small Wars Journal Download interim version of article as PDF The question asked repeatedly since 9/11 is how can a guy in cave out propagandize the country...
Our stability efforts implemented on a national scale, in someone else’s nation, invariably - sometimes sooner, sometimes later - have been a spectacular failure.
U.S. Policymakers have generally accepted as essential and uncontested fact that poverty and terrorism are directly and causally linked.
As we begin to imagine a post-Long War era, a renewed appreciation of the fundamental building blocks of world order is required.
The killing of this (unprivileged, unlawful) combatant enjoyed ample legal authority under both international and domestic law, and is, as a matter of law and policy, uncontroversial.
Making IPB an “entire staff” process is critically important to achieve shared understanding of the various mission variables. 
An edited volume by Williamson Murray and Peter Mansoor.
Frank Hoffman reviews David E. Johnson's Hard Fighting: Israel in Lebanon and Gaza.