by Jeff Barta, Jessica Caddell and Scott Goldman
April 27, 2014 08:51 AM | Comments (0)
This article provides ten tips focused at the tactical level to assist combat leaders on advising host nation security forces on using warrant based targeting.
by Jim Lacey
April 24, 2014 02:22 PM | Comments (16)
"... Still coming from William Lind, the “self-professed” inventor, or re-inventor, of the concept of maneuver warfare it cannot be lightly disregarded....
by Steve Speece
April 24, 2014 06:56 AM | Comments (1)
Dueling With Clausewitz: Games of Preemption, Wars of Attrition, and Deconstructing a Classic Analogy for Understanding the Fundamental Nature of the First World War
by Joel Lawton
April 23, 2014 12:57 PM | Comments (6)
The IC largely fails to plan and take into consideration sociocultural facets typical to a population within the purview of a unit’s operational environment.
by Stan Wiechnik
April 22, 2014 03:54 PM | Comments (0)
Schizophrenic Doctrine: Why We Need to Separate Democratization Out of Stability and COIN Doctrine
by Chief of Staff of the Army’s Strategic Studies Group (Fellows)
April 21, 2014 08:12 AM | Comments (4)
By assessing individual megacities through this framework, the Army can better understand how it might operate as part of a joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and...
by Gregory Conti, Michael Weigand, Ed Skoudis, David Raymond, Thomas Cook and Todd Arnold
April 18, 2014 10:31 AM | Comments (11)
What we propose is unique, demanding, immersive, and fills a necessary gap. This article is a condensed form of a more detailed analysis and description of the proposed...
by JD Swinney
April 18, 2014 08:03 AM | Comments (2)
The proper question is not what helicopter should the Army be using today, but rather what should the Army be developing for tomorrow.
by Brad Striegel
April 17, 2014 03:05 PM | Comments (32)
Calling “Team Yankee”: Why the U.S. Needs Heavy Armor Back in Europe
by James C. Mwombela
April 17, 2014 12:04 PM | Comments (0)
The goal of this paper is to contribute to the debate surrounding the question of whether or not American foreign policy has become excessively interventionist.
by Daniel Sukman
April 16, 2014 11:59 PM | Comments (0)
Not only does non-lethal anti-access represent an option for America’s potential adversaries, in some cases it is the only option, and may be the option of last resort...
by Jill S. Russell
April 16, 2014 09:04 AM | Comments (0)
From Riots to Vigil: The Community, the Police and Mark Duggan’s Legacy
by Raashi Bhatia
April 15, 2014 06:53 PM | Comments (0)
This article thus aims to bring back to light India’s national security policies following the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
by James Steels
April 15, 2014 06:13 PM | Comments (2)
"Russia seized on an opportunity and took the initiative."
by Jack McCourt
April 15, 2014 02:06 PM | Comments (8)
This is meant as a poetic book review of The Insurgents by Fred Kaplan. It is about how General Petraeus and others tried to advance Army doctrine by incorporating...
by Kris Bachmann
April 14, 2014 01:16 AM | Comments (0)
The military must be kept in conversation with the populace it serves or risk the rise of a warrior class unable to relate to or understand the public they are defending.
by Nate Roy
April 11, 2014 03:28 PM | Comments (3)
The purpose of this essay is to enter into an ongoing debate regarding the definition of an ended insurgency.
by Sean P. Walsh
April 8, 2014 01:10 PM | Comments (16)
High-level language skills for Special Forces personnel are a requirement for current and future operations, but they are very difficult and costly to achieve and maintain....
by Octavian Manea
April 8, 2014 05:58 AM | Comments (14)
Lessons from the Post 9/11 Campaigns: Small Wars Journal Discussion with General John R. Allen.
by Alex Deep
April 7, 2014 04:32 AM | Comments (9)
VSO incorporates aspects of a US sponsored insurgency by attempting to expand government influence and administration to areas under the control of an occupying power.
by Alex Calvo
April 6, 2014 05:04 PM | Comments (3)
Cyberwar is War: A Critique of “Hacking Can Reduce Real-World Violence”
by Jeong Lee
April 5, 2014 02:45 PM | Comments (0)
The Lieutenant Don't Know: One Marine's Story of Warfare and Combat Logistics in Afghanistan by Captain Jeffrey Clement.
by Kieran Elliott
April 5, 2014 02:07 AM | Comments (4)
There is no shortage of literature on Hezbollah’s history, ideology and strategies, but comparatively less addressing the group’s involvement in the Syrian...
by Norman T. Lihou and Marisol Nieves
April 4, 2014 01:34 AM | Comments (8)
Conceptualizing Human Domain Management: Human Network Analysis and Engagement (HNAE) Operations
by Dan McCauley
April 3, 2014 09:43 PM | Comments (1)
Joint Professional Military Education: Anticipating at the Speed of the Environment
by Douglas Batson
April 3, 2014 08:18 PM | Comments (1)
Black Spots Are No Treasure Island: Land Tenure and Property Rights in Megacities
by M. David Yaman
April 2, 2014 07:01 PM | Comments (0)
At a Crossroads: Flashpoints and Opportunities in U.S. Relations with the Muslim Brotherhood
by John P. Sullivan
March 31, 2014 06:22 PM | Comments (1)
Transnational crime and its associated transnational illicit networks pose a challenge to sovereignty and governance by fostering corruption and impunity.
March 29, 2014 04:25 PM | Comments (5)
Reflections on the Continuities in War and Warfare: SWJ Discussion with Major General H.R. McMaster
by Marcelo O.L. Serrano
March 25, 2014 02:02 PM | Comments (0)
This paper analyses the concept of War Amongst the People proposed by General Rupert Smith in his book “The Utility of Force: the Art of War in the Modern World...