Title Index

Journal Articles

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

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Africom Stands Up by Colonel Robert Killebrew, Small Wars Journal Op-Ed Africom Stands Up (Full PDF Article) On the first day of October, the new United States Africa Command (Africom) became fully...
AFRICOM: Reconstruction and Stability Through the Provincial Reconstruction Team-Enhanced, Enabled by Unity of Command by Major Derek E. Lane and Dr. David A. Anderson Download the full article:...
After Bin Laden: Confronting the Haqqani Network in Kurram by Reza Jan Download the Full Article: After Bin Laden: Confronting the Haqqani Network in Kurram Information gleaned after the killing of...
American generals who thought that they could talk the President into extending the Surge were sadly mistaken.
This is a follow-up companion piece to the Small War Journal article ‘Give Carl von Clausewitz and the Center of Gravity a Divorce’ July 2, 2013.
Against US World Retrenchment: An Interview with A. Wess Mitchell by Octavian Manea Download the Full Interview: Against US World Retrenchment Has Russia really changed? There are some...
A history and discussion of the Lebanese Shi'a Party of Allah
In civil wars like Syria’s, strength is not necessarily a product of popularity; often strength actually produces popularity because compliance is more important than winning hearts and minds.
In today’s environment, the United States conducts security cooperation efforts to build partnerships and partner capacity in an attempt to “further the U.S. objective of securing a...
Airborne Troops as a Tactical and Operative Military Revolution by Tal Tovy Download the Full Article: Airborne Troops as a Tactical and Operative Military Revolution In 1898, Jan Bloch published six...
Are Al Qaeda's piracy and raiding efforts merely disruption tactics or part of a larger strategy for control of the Middle East's waterways?
Al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and the Changing Face of Uzbek Militancy by Jeffrey Dressler and David Witter Download the Full Article: Al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and the Changing Face of Uzbek Militancy...
Is the threat of AQAP overblown and sensationalized?
Once the heart of a bustling Islamic maritime trade the Horn of Africa is now wrought with war, drought, famine, and violent political decay.
This SWJ article compares the British handling of the Malayan Emergency (1948-1960) with that of the French in Algeria (1954-1962).
CDR Aboul-Enein reviews Martin Evans' book.
Aligning a Counterinsurgency Strategy for Afghanistan by Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Millen, Small Wars Journal Aligning a Counterinsurgency Strategy for Afghanistan (Full PDF Article) Of all the...
The “U.S. in the Lead” COIN approach usually fails where security force assistance could succeed.
Joseph Collins reviews All In and finds that it lives up to the man that it is about.
Terrorism or Insurgency: America's Flawed Approach to the Global War on Terror by Jon C. Couch Download the full article America is not fighting a global war on terror; rather, it is...
America's Strategic Intent Applied in South Asia by Lieutenant Colonel Robert R. Scott America's Strategic Intent Applied in South Asia (Full PDF Article) Secretary of Defense Gates, in his prepared...
American Guerrilla: A Review by Dr. Alfred H. Paddock, Jr. Download the full article: American Guerrilla: A Review In American Guerrilla: The Forgotten Heroics of Russell W. Volckmann, Mike Guardia...
To think that America can’t or shouldn’t project its power globally when necessary is a mistake. America’s military struggles in the post-9/11 era have stemmed from improper...
An Afghan Nahal? by Gary Anderson Download the full article: An Afghan Nahal? It has become an article of faith in the Muslim world to despise Israel, and anything that it has accomplished. But one...
The world must focus on strengthening institutions as it sets about withdrawing from the Afghan conflict.
Why is this new age an age of instability—instead of an age of empires, or warring states, or even peace and prosperity?
The anniversary of the Grenada invasion is a watershed for the United States by putting the Vietnam experience behind it as well as restoring the International respect it had lost over time.
Don't Try to Arrest the Sea An Alternative Approach for Afghanistan by Major Mehar Omar Khan An Alternative Approach for Afghanistan (Full PDF Article) Over the last three months that I've spent in...
The American society, along with civilian and military leaders, remain unprepared to deal with the complexities of insurgencies and small wars.
The current US/EU two-track policy on Iran, which includes the imposition of an oil embargo, is not sufficient to break the current nuclear stalemate.
The roles performed by U.S. Civil Affairs elements in Peru have changed dramatically in the past three years.  What began as operating out of the U.S. Embassy evolved to conducting field...
Poor performance erodes deterrence just as surely as good performance creates it
An Asymmetric Approach to Yemen by Vegetius Download the full article: An Asymmetric Approach to Yemen We are in a war of containment against radical Jihadist Islam, and Yemen is the next campaign in...