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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1992-2014 PDF Library (Size: 743.19 MB)

US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1992
01. Nuclear Pakistan and Nuclear India – Stable Deterrent or Proliferation Challenge? (1992)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1993
01. Turkey’s Strategic Position at the Crossroads of World Affairs (1993)
02. The Future of Insurgency (1993)
03. The Military-News Media Relationship – Thinking Forward (1993)
04. The Army and Multinational Peace Operations – Problems and Solutions (1993)
05. The Future of the United Nations – Implications for Peace Operations (1993)
06. Paradigm Lost? – Transitions and the Search for a New World Order (1993)
07. Afghanistan and Beyond – Reflections on the Future of Warfare (1993)
08. The Nature of the Post-Cold War World (1993)
09. Strategy, Forces and Budgets – Dominant Influences in Executive Decision Making, Post-Cold War, 1989-91 (1993)
10. Peacekeeping, Peacemaking and Peace-Enforcement – The U.S. Role in the New International Order (1993)
11. General George C. Marshall – Strategic Leadership and the Challenges of Reconstituting the Army, 1939-41 (1993)
12. Eisenhower as Strategist – The Coherent Use of Military Power in War and Peace (1993)
13. Land Warfare in the 21st Century (1993)
14. Domestic Missions for the Armed Forces (1993)
15. Alternative World Scenarios for a New Order of Nations (1993)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1994
01. The Awakening – The Zapatista Revolt and Its Implications for Civil-Military Relations and the Future of Mexico (1994)
02. Pandora’s Box Reopened – Ethnic Conflict in Europe and Its Implications (1994)
03. Total Force – Federal Reserves and State National Guards (1994)
04. Security Cooperation with China – Analysis and a Proposal (1994)
05. Hamas and Hizbollah – The Radical Challenge to Israel in the Occupied Territories (1994)
06. Haiti Strategy – Control, Legitimacy, Sovereignty, Rule of Law, Handoffs, and Exit (1994)
07. Haiti Strategy – Control, Legitimacy, Sovereignty, Rule of Law, Handoffs, and Exit (1994)
08. Germany, France and NATO (1994)
09. Russian Policy and the Korean Crisis (1994)
10. French Policy Toward NATO – Enhanced Selectivity, Vice Rapprochement (1994)
11. Energy and Security in Transcaucasia (1994)
12. Disaster and Intervention in Sub-Saharan Africa – Learning from Rwanda (1994)
13. Partnership for Peace – Discerning Fact from Fiction (1994)
14. U.S. Africa Policy – Some Possible Course Adjustment (1994)
15. Proliferation and Nonproliferation in Ukraine – Implications for European and U.S. Security (1994)
16. Russia’s New Doctrine – Two Views (1994)
17. Does Russian Democracy Have a Future? (1994)
18. Another View of the Revolution in Military Affairs (1994)
19. Responding to Terrorism across the Technological Spectrum (1994)
20. Two Historians in Technology and War (1994)
21. The New Russia in the New Asia (1994)
22. The Revolution in Military Affairs and Conflict Short of War (1994)
23. Trends in German Defense Policy – The Defense Policy Guidelines and the Centralization of Operational Control (1994)
24. Whither the RMA – Two Perspectives on Tomorrow’s Army (1994)
25. The Revolution in Military Affairs – A Framework for Defense Planning (1994)
26. War in the Information Age (1994)
27. Nuclear Threats from Small States (1994)
28. America in the Third World – Strategic Alternatives and Military Implications (1994)
30. Japan’s Self-Defense Forces – What Dangers to Northeast Asia? (1994)
31. The Owl of Minerva Flies at Twilight – Doctrinal Change and Continuity and the Revolution in Military Affairs (1994)
32. National Interest – From Abstraction to Strategy (1994)
33. Shari’a Law, Cult Violence and System Change in Egypt – The Dilemma Facing President Mubarak (1994)
34. World View – The 1994 Strategic Assessment from the Strategic Studies Institute (1994)
35. Environmental Security – A DoD Partnership for Peace (1994)
36. Reconciling the irreconcilable – The Troubled Outlook for U.S. Policy toward Haiti (1994)
37. Ethnic Conflict – Implications for the Army of the Future (1994)
38. The Mexican Military Approaches the 21st Century – Coping with a New World Order (1994)
39. Can Europe Survive Maastricht? (1994)
40. Meeting the Challenges of Regional Security (1994)
41. Where Does Cuba Stand? (1994)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1995
01. Strategic Implications for the United states and Latin America of the 1995 Ecuador-Peru War (1995)
02. Deciphering the Balkan Enigma – Using History to Inform Policy (1995)
03. Yugoslavia’s Wars – The Problem from Hell (1995)
04. Strategic Art – The New Discipline for 21st Century Leaders (1995)
05. Strategic Plans, Joint Doctrine and Antipodean Insights (1995)
06. A Theory of Fundamentalism – An Inquiry into the Origin and Development of the Movement (1995)
07. U.S. Department of Defense Strategic Planning – The Missing Nexus (1995)
08. Mexico and the Future (1995)
09. U.S. Policy in the Balkans – A Hobson’s Choice (1995)
10. Russian Defense Legislation and Russian Democracy (1995)
11. The Principles of War in the 21st Century – Strategic Considerations (1995)
12. The Fog of Peace – The Military Dimensions of the Concert of Europe (1995)
13. Strategy and the Revolution in Military Affairs – From Theory to Policy (1995)
14. Time’s Cycle and National Military Strategy – The Case for Continuity in a Time of Change (1995)
15. The Technological Fix – Weapons and the Cost of War (1995)
16. The Revolution in Military Affairs – Prospects and Cautions (1995)
17. Canada, Getting It Right This Time the 1994 Defence White Paper (1995)
18. The European Union’s Common Foreign and Security Policy – Central issues … Key Players (1995)
19. Reform and the Revolution in Russian Defense Economics (1995)
20. Terrorism – National Security Policy and the Home Front (1995)
21. Mexico in Crisis (1995)
22. NATO Strategy in the 1990s – Reaping the Peace Dividend or the Whirlwind? (1995)
23. Making Do with Less, or Coping with Upton’s Ghost (1995)
24. Strategic Implications of the U.S.-DPRK Framework Agreement (1995)
25. Ready For What and Modernized Against Whom? – A Strategic Perspective on Readiness and Modernization (1995)
26. American Civil-Military Relations – New Issues, Enduring Problems (1995)
27. The Army in the Information Age (1995)
28. The National Security Strategy – Documenting Strategic Vision Second Edition (1995)
30. Energy, Economics, and Security in Central Asia – Russia and Its Rivals (1995)
31. Counterforce and Theater Missile Defense – Can the Army Use an ASW Approach to the SCUD Hunt? (1995)
32. World View – The 1995 Strategic Assessment from the Strategic Studies Institute (1995)
33. Assad and the Peace Process – The Pivotal Role of Lebanon (1995)
34. The CFE Treaty – A Cold War Anachronism? (1995)
35. Counterinsurgency – Strategy and the Phoenix of American Capability (1995)
36. Russia’s Invasion of Chechnya – A Preliminary Assessment (1995)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1996
01. The ASEAN Regional Forum – Asian Security without an American Umbrella (1996)
02. Asian Security to the Year 2000 (1996)
03. Force, Statecraft and German Unity – The Struggle to Adapt Institutions and Practices (1996)
04. Managing Strains in the Coalition – What to Do About Saddam? (1996)
05. Ethnic Conflict and European Security – Lessons from the Past and Implications for the Future (1996)
06. Civil-Military Relations and the Not-Quite Wars of the Present and Future (1996)
07. The Strategist and the Web Revisited – An Updated Guide to Internet Resources (1996)
08. What’s with the Relationship between America’s Army and China’s PLA? (1996)
09. Managing a Changing Relationship – China’s Japan Policy in the 1990s (1996)
10. Finnish Security and European Security Policy (1996)
11. Unification of the United States Armed Forces – Implementing the 1986 Department of Defense Reorganization Act (1996)
12. China’s Quest for Security in the Post-Cold War World (1996)
13. China’s Transition into the 21st Century – U.S. and PRC Perspectives (1996)
14. India’s Security Environment – Towards the Year 2000 (1996)
15. Central Asia – A New Great Game? (1996)
16. U.S. Participation in IFOR – A Marathon, not a Sprint (1996)
17. Reform, Conflict, and Security in Zaire (1996)
18. China and the Revolution in Military Affairs (1996)
19. Russian Security Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region – Two Views (1996)
20. The Invitation to Struggle – Executive and Legislative Competition over the U.S. Military Presence on the Korean Peninsula (1996)
21. Yemen and Stability in the Persian Gulf – Confronting the Threat from Within (1996)
22. The Troubled Path to the Pentagon’s Rules on Media Access to the Battlefield – Grenada to Today (1996)
23. Whither Haiti? (1996)
24. Shaping China’s Future in World Affairs – The U.S. Role (1996)
25. Prague, NATO, and European Security (1996)
26. The Future of American Landpower – Strategic Challenges for the 21st Century Army (1996)
27. Conference Report – International Workshop on the U.S.-ROK Alliance (1996)
28. International Politics in Northeast Asia – The China-Japan-United States Strategic Triangle (1996)
30. World View – The 1996 Strategic Assessment from the Strategic Studies Institute (1996)
31. Federal Budget Policy and Defense Strategy (1996)
32. The Strategist and the Web – Guide to Internet Resources (1996)
33. Armies and Democracy in the New Africa – Lessons from Nigeria and South Africa (1996)
34. China’s Strategic View – The Role of the People’s Liberation Army (1996)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1997
01. Shadow Politics – The Russian State in the 21st Century (1997)
02. The United States and the Transformation of African Security – The African Crisis Response Initiative and Beyond (1997)
03. Problems and Solutions in Future Coalition Operations (1997)
04. The CINCs’ Strategies – The Combatant Command Process (1997)
05. Multinational Land Formations and NATO – Reforming Practices and Structures (1997)
06. “Enhancing” the Australian-U.S. Defense Relationship – A Guide to U.S. Policy (1997)
07. NATO Enlargement and the Baltic States – What Can the Great Powers Do? (1997)
08. The United States and Russia into the 21st Century (1997)
09. Force Planning in an Era of Uncertainty – Two MRCs as a Force Sizing Framework (1997)
10. The Challenge of Haiti’s Future – Report on the Conference Sponsored by U.S. Army War College, Georgetown University, and the Inter-American Dialogue (1997)
11. Traditional Military Thinking and the Defensive Strategy of China (1997)
12. Strategic Planning and the Drug Threat (1997)
13. Syria and the Peace – A Good Chance Missed (1997)
14. U.S. National Security – Beyond the Cold War (1997)
15. Two Perspectives on Interventions and Humanitarian Operations (1997)
16. Between a Rock and a Hard Place – The United States, Mexico, and the Agony of National Security (1997)
17. Command in NATO After the Cold War – Alliance, National, and Multinational Consideration (1997)
18. The Crisis in the Russian Economy (1997)
19. From Madrid to Brussels – Perspectives on NATO Enlargement (1997)
20. The Russian Military in the 21st Century (1997)
21. Assessing the Costs of Failure (1997)
22. The Evolution in Military Affairs – Shaping the Future U.S. Armed Forces (1997)
23. Military Medical Operations in Sub-Saharan Africa – THE DoD (1997)
24. National Defense into the 21st Century – Defining the Issues (1997)
25. Challenges and Options in the Caucasus and Central Asia (1997)
26. Why Russian Policy is Failing in Asia (1997)
27. The Future Roles of U.S. Military Power and Their Implications (1997)
28. The Dynamics of Russian Weapon Sales to China (1997)
30. Strategic Horizons – The Military Implications of Alternative Futures (1997)
31. Tacit Acceptance and Watchful Eyes – Beijing’s Views about the U.S.-ROK Alliance (1997)
32. World View – The 1997 Strategic Assessment from the Strategic Studies Institute (1997)
33. The Chemical Weapons Convention – Strategic Implications for the United States (1997)
34. Haiti Update (1997)
35. The Peace process, Phase One – Past Accomplishments, Future Concerns (1997)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1998
01. America’s Army – Preparing for Tomorrow’s Security Challenges (1998)
02. Security Implications of the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Middle East (1998)
03. The Economic Crisis and ASEAN States’ Security (1998)
04. China’s Military Potential (1998)
05. Opening Pandora’s Box – Ethnicity and Central Asian Militaries (1998)
06. NATO After Enlargement – New Challenges, New Missions, New Forces (1998)
07. Breaking Away from the Bear (1998)
08. Defining U.S. Atlantic Command’s Role in the Power Projection Strategy (1998)
09. Challenging the United States Symmetrically and Asymmetrically – Can America be Defeated? (1998)
10. Halt Phase Strategy – New Wine in Old Skins … with Powerpoint (1998)
11. The Political-Military Rivalry for Operational Control in U.S. Military Actions – A Soldier’s Perspective (1998)
12. Nonlethality and American Land Power – Strategic Context and Operational Concepts (1998)
13. On Diversity (1998)
14. Reforming NATO’s Military Structures – The Long-Term Study and Its Implications for Land Forces (1998)
15. The Case for Army XXI (1998)
16. The Creeping Irrelevance of U.S. Force Planning (1998)
17. Redefining Land Power for the 21st Century (1998)
18. Conflict and Conflict Resolution in the Sahel – The Tuareg Insurgency in Mali (1998)
19. AY 97 Compendium Army After Next Project (1998)
20. The Role of the Armed Forces in the Americas – Civil-Military Relations for the 21st Century (1998)
21. New Century, Old Thinking – The Dangers of the Perceptual Gap in U.S.-China Relations (1998)
22. European Security and NATO Enlargement – A View from Central Europe (1998)
23. Russia’s Armed Forces on the Brink of Reform (1998)
24. Five-Dimensional (Cyber) Warfighting – Can the Army After Next be Defeated Through Complex Concepts and Technologies? (1998)
25. The Age of Revolutions (1998)
26. Evolutionary Technology in the Current Revolution in Military Affairs – The Army Tactical Command and Control System (1998)
27. Searching for Stable Peace in the Persian Gulf (1998)
28. World View – The 1998 Strategic Assessment from the Strategic Studies Institute (1998)
30. Force Planning Considerations for Army XXI (1998)
31. Joint U.S. Army-Navy War Planning on the Eve of the First World War (1998)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 1999
01. The Chinese Armed Forces in the 21st Century (1999)
02. Army Professionalism, the Military Ethic, and Officership in the 21st Century (1999)
03. The Fog of Peace – Finding the End-State of Hostilities (1999)
04. Land Power and Dual Containment – Rethinking America’s Policy in the Gulf (1999)
05. Security and Civil-Military Relations in the New World Disorder – The Use of Armed Forces in the Americas (1999)
06. China’s Strategic Modernization – Implications for the United States (1999)
07. America’s Army in Transition – Preparing for War in the Precision Age (1999)
08. The Growing Imperative to Adopt “Flexibility” as an American Principle of War (1999)
09. Mediterranean Security into the Coming Millennium (1999)
10. Population Diversity and the U.S. Army (1999)
11. Future Warfare (1999)
12. Transnational Threats from the Middle East – Crying Wolf or Crying Havoc? (1999)
13. The Future U.S. Military Presence in Asia – Landpower and the Geostrategy of American Commitment (1999)
14. Pacific Security Today – Overcoming the Hurdles (1999)
15. Landpower and Ambiguous Warfare – The Challenge of Colombia in the 21st Century (1999)
16. Colombia’s Three Wars – U.S. Strategy at the Crossroads (1999)
17. East Asia in Crisis – The Security Implications of the Collapse of Economic Institutions (1999)
18. Technology and the 21st Century Battlefield – Recomplicating Moral Life for the Statesman and the Soldier (1999)
19. Warriors in Peace Operations (1999)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2000
01. The Asia-Pacific in the U.S. National Security Calculus for a New Millennium (2000)
02. Alternative National Military Strategies for the United States (2000)
03. Transnational Threats – Blending Law Enforcement and Military Strategies (2000)
04. Organizing for National Security (2000)
05. Generations Apart – Xers and Boomers in the Officer Corps (2000)
06. Theater Missile Defense in Japan – Implications for the U.S.-China-Japan Strategic Relationship (2000)
07. “…to insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense…” (2000)
08. American Strategy – Issues and Alternatives for the Quadrennial Defense Review (2000)
09. Peacekeeping and the Just War Tradition (2000)
10. People’s Liberation Army After Next (2000)
11. The Information Revolution and National Security (2000)
12. Chinese Arms Exports – Policy, Players and Process (2000)
13. Chinese Army Building in the Era of Jiang Zemin (2000)
14. Threats to Russian Security – The View from Moscow (2000)
15. U.S. Military Engagement with Transcaucasia and Central Asia (2000)
16. Multinational Land Forces and the NATO Force Structure Review (2000)
17. The PLA and the Kosovo Conflict (2000)
18. The Future of the American Military Presence in Europe (2000)
19. Shaping the World through Engagement – Assessing the Department of Defense’s Theater Engagement Planning Process (2000)
20. The United States and Latin America – Shaping an Elusive Future (2000)
21. Armed Conflict in the 21st Century – The Information Revolution and Post-Modern Warfare (2000)
22. Future Leadership, Old Issues, New Methods (2000)
23. Prevailing in a Well-Armed World – Devising Competitive Strategies Against Weapons Proliferation (2000)
24. The United States and Colombia – Untying the Gordian Knot (2000)
25. European Security – Washington’s Shaping Strategy in Action (2000)
26. Refining American Strategy in Africa (2000)
27. Asia-Pacific Security – China’s Conditional Multilateralism and Great Power Entente (2000)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2001
01. Transforming Defense an Era of Peace and Prosperity (2001)
02. The Transatlantic Security Agenda – A Conference Report and Analysis (2001)
03. Colombia’s Paramilitaries – Criminals or Political Force? (2001)
04. ESDP and Missile Defense – European Perspectives for More Balanced Transatlantic Partnership (2001)
05. Chinese Information Warfare – A Phantom Menace or Emerging Threat? (2001)
06. Rapid Decisive Operations – An Assumptions-Based Critique (2001)
07. The Costs of Conflict – The Impact on China of a Future War (2001)
08. AC/RC Integration – Today’s Success and Transformation’s Challenge (2001)
09. Soldiers in Cities – Military Operations on Urban Terrain (2001)
10. Toward a Strategy of Positive Ends (2001)
11. Preparing for Asymmetry – As Seen Through the Lens of Joint Vision 2020 (2001)
12. Budget Policy and Fiscal Risk – Implications for Defense (2001)
13. Funding Defense – Challenges of Buying Military Capability in Sub-Saharan Africa (2001)
14. Internal Wars – Rethinking Problem and Response (2001)
15. The Hart-Rudman Commission and the Homeland Defense (2001)
16. The Drug Scourge as a Hemispheric Problem (2001)
17. W(h)ither Corps? (2001)
18. Jihadi Groups, Nuclear Pakistan, and the New Great Game (2001)
19. Army Transformation – A View from the U.S. Army War College (2001)
20. Educating International Security Practitioners – Preparing to Face the Demands of the 21st Century International Security Environment (2001)
21. U.S. Security Policy in the Western Hemisphere – Why Colombia, Why Now, and What Is To Be Done? (2001)
22. Plan Colombia – Some Differing Perspectives (2001)
23. Future Warfare Anthology, Revised Edition (2001)
24. The Regional Security Crisis in the Andes – Patterns of State Response (2001)
25. Plan Colombia – The View from the Presidential Palace (2001)
26. U.S. Support of PLAN COLOMBIA – Rethinking the Ends and Means (2001)
27. The Search for Accountability and Transparency in PLAN COLOMBIA – Reforming Judicial Institutions–Again (2001)
28. European Perceptions of Plan Colombia – A Virtual Contribution to a Virtual War and Peace Plan? (2001)
30. Plan Colombia – The Strategic and Operational Imperatives (2001)
31. U.S. Army and the Asia-Pacific (2001)
32. Revising the Two MTW Force Shaping Paradigm (2001)
33. Political Control over the Use of Force – A Clausewitzian Perspective (2001)
34. Fighting the Hobbesian Trinity in Colombia – A New Strategy for Peace (2001)
35. The Army and Homeland Security – A Strategic Perspective (2001)
36. Planning for a Peaceful Korea (2001)
37. U.S. Army War College Guide to Strategy (2001)
38. The American Army in the Balkans – Strategic Alternatives and Implications (2001)
39. Asymmetry and U.S. Military Strategy – Definition, Background, and Strategic Concepts (2001)
40. Landpower and Crises – Army Roles and Missions in Smaller-Scale Contingencies During the 1990s (2001)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2002
01. Plan Colombia – Reality of the Colombian Crisis and Implications for Hemispheric Security (2002)
02. South Asia in 2020 – Future Strategic Balances and Alliances (2002)
03. Afghanistan and the Future of Warfare – Implications for Army and Defense Policy (2002)
04. European Adaptation to Expeditionary Warfare – Implications for the U.S. Army (2002)
05. Saddam’s Strategy – No To Nuclear Weapons; Yes To Biologicals (2002)
06. Colombia’s Conflicts – The Spillover Effects of a Wider War (2002)
07. Dragon on Terrorism – Assessing China’s Tactical Gains and Strategic Losses Post-September 11 (2002)
08. Growing U.S. Security Interests in Central Asia (2002)
09. China’s Growing Military Power – Perspectives on Security, Ballistic Missiles, and Conventional Capabilities (2002)
10. Transformation Concepts for National Security in the 21st Century (2002)
11. Avoiding Vietnam – The U.S. Army’s Response to Defeat in Southeast Asia (2002)
12. Clausewitz’s Center of Gravity – Changing Our Warfighting Doctrine–Again! (2002)
13. The Bases of French Peace Operations Doctrine – Problematical Scope of France’s Military Engagements within the U.N. or NATO Framework (2002)
14. A 21st Century Security Architecture for the Americas – Multilateral Cooperation, Liberal Peace, and Soft Power (2002)
15. The Future of Transcaspian Security (2002)
16. Pax NATO – The Opportunities of Enlargement (2002)
17. Hizballah – Terrorism, National Liberation, or Menace? (2002)
18. Tweaking NATO – The Case for Integrated Multinational Divisions (2002)
19. Nonstate Actors in Colombia – Threat and Response (2002)
20. China and Strategic Culture (2002)
21. Facing the Hydra – Maintaining Strategic Balance while Pursuing a Global War against Terrorism (2002)
22. Beyond Nunn-Lugar – Curbing the Next Wave of Weapons Proliferation Threats from Russia (2002)
23. Defining and Achieving Decisive Victory (2002)
24. Stifled Innovation? Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today (2002)
25. The Inescapable Global Security Arena (2002)
26. The Past as Prologue – A History of U.S. Counterinsurgency Policy in Colombia, 1958-66 (2002)
27. U.S. Military Presence in the Persian Gulf – Challenges and Prospects (2002)
28. The New Craft of Intelligence – Achieving Asymmetric Advantage in the Face of Nontraditional Threats (2002)
30. The Rise of China in Asia – Security Implications (2002)
31. Defeating Terrorism – Strategic Issue Analyses (2002)
32. Colombian Army Adaptation to FARC Insurgency (2002)
33. The Intervention Debate – Towards a Posture of Principled Judgment (2002)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2003
01. Security Transformation (2003)
02. Insurgency in Nepal (2003)
03. The Future of the Australian-U.S. Security Relationship (2003)
04. Bounding the Global War on Terrorism (2003)
05. The Trajectory of Security Transformation (2003)
06. Expanding the Use of State Defense Forces in Homeland Defense Missions (2003)
07. Impact of Strategic Culture on U.S. Policies for East Asia (2003)
08. Crisis Deterrence in the Taiwan Strait (2003)
09. After the 16th Party Congress – The Civil and the Military (2003)
10. National Security Challenges for the 21st Century (2003)
11. Building Regional Security Cooperation in the Western Hemisphere – Issues and Recommendations (2003)
12. Army Professional Expertise and Jurisdictions (2003)
13. From “Defending Forward” to a “Global Defense-In-Depth” – Globalization and Homeland Security (2003)
14. What should be Believed about Progress in Iraq? (2003)
15. Rethinking Asymmetric Threats (2003)
16. Strategic Leadership Competencies (2003)
17. Keep the Reserves in the Fight (2003)
18. The U.S. and Canadian Army Strategies – Failures in Understanding (2003)
19. Improving Accountability for Effective Command Climate – A Strategic Imperative (2003)
20. The Posse Comitatus Act – A Harmless Relic from the Post-Construction Era or a Legal Impediment to Transformation? (2003)
21. War in the Balkans, 1991-2002 (2003)
22. Maintaining Effective Deterrence (2003)
23. The Need for a United Nations’ Security Role in Iraq (2003)
24. The Lessons of History – The Chinese people’s Liberation Army at 75 (2003)
25. Perspectives from Argentina, Brazil, and Colombia – Hemispheric Security (2003)
26. Assessing the Impact of U.S.-Israeli Relations on the Arab World (2003)
27. Socio-Economic Roots of Radicalism? – Towards Explaining the Appeal of Islamic Radicals (2003)
28. Why They Fight – Combat Motivation in the Iraq War (2003)
30. Nationalism, Sectarianism, and the Future of the U.S. Presence in Post-Saddam Iraq (2003)
31. The “New” American Way of War (2003)
32. Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff’s Leadership Using the Joint Strategic Planning System in the 1990s – Recommendations for Strategic Leaders (2003)
33. Recalibrating the U.S.-Republic of Korea Alliance (2003)
34. The United States and Colombia – The Journey from Ambiguity to Strategic Clarity (2003)
35. Prospects for Peace in South Asia (2003)
36. Security Transformation – Report of the Belfer Center Conference on Military Transformation (2003)
37. Strategic Effects of Conflict with Iraq – The Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey (2003)
38. Mapping Colombia – The Correlation between Land Data and Strategy (2003)
39. Strategic Effects of Conflict with Iraq – South Asia (2003)
40. Strategic Effects of Conflict with Iraq – Southeast Asia (2003)
41. Strategic Effects of Conflict with Iraq – Australia and New Zealand (2003)
42. Strategic Effects of Conflict with Iraq – Europe (2003)
43. Strategic Effects of Conflict with Iraq – Post-Soviet States (2003)
44. Future War/Future Battlespace – The Strategic Role of American Landpower (2003)
45. Globalization and the Nature of War (2003)
46. Strategic Effects of Conflict with Iraq – Latin America (2003)
47. Russia in Afghanistan and Chechnya – Military Strategic Culture and the Paradoxes of Asymmetric Conflict (2003)
48. Reconstructing Iraq – Insights, Challenges, and Missions for Military Forces in a Post-Conflict Scenario (2003)
49. Waging Ancient War – Limits on Preemptive Force (2003)
50. Why Saddam will not Choose Exile (2003)
51. Reconstructing Iraq – Challenges and Missions for Military Forces in a Post-Conflict Scenario (2003)
52. Defeating Saddam Hussein’s Strategy (2003)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2004
01. Winning the War by Winning the Peace – Strategy for Conflict and Post-Conflict in the 21st Century (2004)
02. Deception 101–Primer on Deception (2004)
03. U.S.-Ukraine Military Relations and the Value of Interoperability (2004)
04. The Paradox of Civil War (2004)
05. Chinese Crisis Management (2004)
06. Getting MAD – Nuclear Mutual Assured Destruction, Its Origins and Practice (2004)
07. Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in the 21st Century – Reconceputalizing Threat and Response (2004)
08. Shadows of Things Past and Images of the Future – Lessons for the Insurgencies in Our Midst (2004)
09. Islamic Rulings on Warfare (2004)
10. Unlearning Counterinsurgency (2004)
11. Civil-Military Cooperation in Peace Operations – The Case of Kosovo (2004)
12. Current and Future Challenges for Asian Nonproliferation Export Controls – A Regional Response (2004)
13. Confronting an Irregular and Catastrophic Future (2004)
14. Civil-Military Change in China – Elites, Institutes, and Ideas After the 16th Party Congress (2004)
15. A Nation at War in an Era of Strategic Change (2004)
16. Uncomfortable Questions Regarding the inevitable Succession of Power in Cuba (2004)
17. Fighting in the Gray Zone – A Strategy to Close the Preemption Gap (2004)
18. Is it all about Winning? (2004)
19. Homeland Security and Civil Liberties (2004)
20. U.S. Army War College Guide to National Security Policy and Strategy, 1st Edition (2004)
21. Britain’s Role in U.S. Missile Defense (2004)
22. Developing Adaptive Leaders – The Crucible Experience of Operation Iraqi Freedom (2004)
23. Strategic Ends in the Middle East (2004)
24. Building Capability from the Technical Revolution that Has Happened (2004)
25. Northeast Asia–Cultural Influences on the U.S. National Security Strategy (2004)
26. Female Suicide Bombers (2004)
27. Nuclear Asia (2004)
28. Hemispheric Strategic Objectives for the Next Decade (2004)
30. The Exigencies of Global, Integrated Warfare – The Evolving Role of the CJCS and his Dedicated Staff (2004)
31. Iraq and Vietnam – Differences, Similarities, and Insights (2004)
32. Learning from the Stones – A Go Approach to Mastering China’s Strategic Concept, Shi (2004)
33. Strategic Consequences of the Iraq War – U.S. Security Interests in Central Asia Reassessed (2004)
34. Fighting Insurgents–No Shortcuts to Success (2004)
35. U.S. Security Strategies – Trade Policy Implications for Latin America (2004)
36. THIS IS NOT YOUR FATHER’S, OR MOTHER’S ARMY! (2004)
37. Security in the Americas – Neither Evolution nor Devolution–Impasse (2004)
38. China and North Korea – From Comrades-In-Arms to Allies at Arm’s Length (2004)
39. Toward an American Way of War (2004)
40. Debating Ends, not Just Means, in the War on Terror (2004)
41. Reconfiguring the American Military Presence in Europe (2004)
42. Countering Global Terrorism – Developing the Antiterrorist Capabilities of the Central Asian Militaries (2004)
43. The United States and Iraq’s Shi’ite Clergy – Partners or Adversaries? (2004)
44. Toward a New U.S. Strategy in Asia (2004)
45. Strategic Deception in Modern Democracies – Ethical, Legal, and Policy Challenges (2004)
46. Checking Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions (2004)
47. Paths Diverging? The Next Decade in the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance (2004)
48. An American Way of War or a Way of Battle? (2004)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2005
01. Assessing the Biological Weapons and Bioterrorism Threat (2005)
02. Victories are Not Enough (2005)
03. Transformation for What? (2005)
04. Revisions in Need of Revising – What Went Wrong in the Iraq War (2005)
05. Why the Teachers? (2005)
06. Getting Ready for a Nuclear-Ready Iran (2005)
07. Going to War With the Allies You Have – Allies, Counterinsurgency, and the War on Terrorism (2005)
08. Coup D’Oeil – Strategic Intuition in Army Planning (2005)
09. Fourth-Generation War and Other Myths (2005)
10. The Danger of Seeking Permanent U.S. Military Bases in Iraq (2005)
11. The PLA Shapes the Future Security Environment (2005)
12. Chinese National Security – Decisionmaking Under Stress (2005)
13. Natural Allies? Regional Security in Asia and Prospects for Indo-American Strategic Cooperation (2005)
14. Precedents, Variables, and Options in Planning a U.S. Military Disengagement Strategy from Iraq (2005)
15. Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, Bolivarian Socialism, and Asymmetric Warfare (2005)
16. The High Cost of Primacy (2005)
17. Contending Perspectives – Southeast Asia and American Views on a Rising China (2005)
18. Contractors on Deployed Military Operations – United Kingdom Policy and Doctrine (2005)
19. Balik Terrorism – The Return of the Abu Sayyaf (2005)
20. Honoring, Not Pitying, Our Troops (2005)
21. Appeasement Reconsidered – Investigating the Mythology of the 1930s (2005)
22. Implications of DoD Directive 3000 (2005)
23. Agile Leaders, Agile Institutions – Educating Adaptive and Innovative Leaders for Today and Tomorrow (2005)
24. Tribal Alliances – Ways, Means, and ends to Successful Strategy (2005)
25. Reshaping the Expeditionary Army to Win Decisively – The Case for Greater Stabilization capacity in the Modular Force (2005)
26. The Test of Terrain – The Impact of Stability Operations Upon the Armed Forces (2005)
27. U.S. Defense Strategy After Saddam (2005)
28. Sustainability of Colombian Military/Strategic Support for “Democratic Security” (2005)
30. North Korea’s Strategic Intentions (2005)
31. Who Stays and Who Goes – Army Enlisted Reserve and National Guard Retention (2005)
32. Law vs. War – Competing Approaches to Fighting Terrorism (2005)
33. After Two Wars – Reflections on the American Strategic Revolution in Central Asia (2005)
34. 2005 Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL) (2005)
35. Democratization Vs. Liberalization in the Arab World – Dilemmas and Challenges for U.S. Foreign Policy (2005)
36. Gangs, “Coups D’ Streets,” and the New War in Central America (2005)
37. Budget Policy, Deficits, and Defense – A Fiscal Framework for Defense Planning (2005)
38. The Strategic Implications of the Rise of Populism in Europe and South America (2005)
39. U.S. National Security Implications of Chinese Involvement in Latin America (2005)
40. Pseudo Operations and Counterinsurgency – Lessons from Other Countries (2005)
41. Welcome Iran and North Korea to the Nuclear Club – You’re Targeted (2005)
42. Terrorist Beheadings – Cultural and Strategic Implications (2005)
43. The U.S.-UK Special Relationship – Past, Present and Future (2005)
44. South Asia and the Nuclear Future – Rethinking the Causes and Consequences of Nuclear Proliferation (2005)
45. U.S.-India Security Ties (2005)
46. Beyond The U.S. War on Terrorism – Comparing Domestic Legal Remedies to an International Dilemma (2005)
47. Strategic Opportunities – Charting New Approaches to Defense and Security Challenges in the Western Hemisphere (2005)
48. The International Community and Haiti – A Proposal for Cooperative Sovereignty (2005)
49. The Rise and Fall of Empires (2005)
50. Afghanistan – Reconstituting a Collapsed State (2005)
51. The Transatlantic Defense Industrial Base – Restructuring Scenarios and Their Implications (2005)
52. Transformation and Strategic Surprise (2005)
53. American Grand Strategy After 9/11 – An Assessment (2005)
54. The New RC – Will it Please Anyone? (2005)
55. The Power of Division and Unity (2005)
56. Dismantling North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Programs (2005)
57. Street Gangs – The New Urban Insurgency (2005)
58. Saudi Arabia – Islamic Threat, Political Reform, and the Global War on Terror (2005)
59. Seizing the Day – Resolution in and around the Black Sea (2005)
60. The Return of the Latin American Left (2005)
61. Strategic Implications of Intercommunal Warfare in Iraq (2005)
62. The U.S.-India Relationship – Strategic Partnership or Complementary Interests? (2005)
63. The Problem with Fourth-Generation War (2005)
64. Is there a Positive Side to Al Jazeera? (2005)
65. Stabilization and Post-Conflict Operations – The Role of the Military (2005)
66. Insurgency in Iraq – An Historical Perspective (2005)
67. The Impact of Missile Threats on the Reliability of U.S. Overseas Bases – A Framework for Analysis (2005)
68. It’s Asia (Again) (2005)
69. Logistics Transformation–Restarting a Stalled Process (2005)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2006
01. Castro’s Cuba – Quo Vadis? (2006)
02. Learning from Iraq – Counterinsurgency in American Strategy (2006)
03. Regional Fears of Western Primacy and the Future of U.S. Middle Eastern Basing Policy (2006)
04. Russian Defense Reform – Current Trends (2006)
05. Russia, Iran, and the Nuclear Question – The Putin Record (2006)
06. Iraqi Security Forces and Lessons from Korea (2006)
07. Iran, Iraq, and the United States – The New Triangle’s Impact on Sectarianism and the Nuclear Threat (2006)
08. Defense Transformation – To What, For What? (2006)
09. The NATO-Russia Partnership – A Marriage of Convenience or a Troubled Relationship? (2006)
10. Ukraine After the Orange Revolution – Can It Complete Military Transformation and Join the U.S.-Led War on Terrorism? (2006)
11. Transformation’s Uncontested Truths (2006)
12. Alliances and American National Security (2006)
13. China-ASEAN Relations – Perspectives, Prospects, and Implications for U.S. Interests (2006)
14. Confronting the Unconventional – Innovation and Transformation in Military Affairs (2006)
15. Shaping China’s Security Environment – The Role of the People’s Liberation Army (2006)
16. Defense, Development, and Diplomacy (3D) – Canadian and U.S. Military Perspectives (2006)
17. North Korean Civil-Military Trends – Military-First Politics to a Point (2006)
18. Fashion Tips for the Field Grade (2006)
19. Strategic Challenges for Counterinsurgency and the Global War on Terrorism (2006)
20. “What If?” — A Most Impertinent Question Indeed (2006)
21. The Future of Transatlantic Security Relations (2006)
22. How to Make Army Force Generation Work for the Army’s Reserve Components (2006)
23. Doctrine that Works (2006)
24. String of Pearls – Meeting the Challenge of China’s Rising Power Across the Asian Littoral (2006)
25. 2006 Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL) (2006)
26. Canadian Defense Policy–A Breath of Fresh Air (2006)
27. Taming the Next Set of Strategic Weapons Threats (2006)
28. Friction in U.S. Foreign Policy – Cultural Difficulties with the World (2006)
30. U.S. Army War College Guide to National Security Policy and Strategy, 2nd Edition (2006)
31. Value Projection and American Foreign Policy (2006)
32. Addicted to Oil – Strategic Implications of American Oil Policy (2006)
33. Strategic Planning by the Chairmen, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1990 TO 2005 (2006)
34. Is Eurasia’s Security Order at Risk? (2006)
35. U.S. Military Operations in Iraq – Planning, Combat and Occupation (2006)
36. Preventive War and Its Alternatives – The Lessons of History (2006)
37. Counterterrorism in African Failed States – Challenges and Potential Solutions (2006)
38. The Proliferation Security Initiative as a New Paradigm for Peace and Security (2006)
39. Iron Troikas – The New Threat from the East (2006)
40. The Challenge of Governance and Security (2006)
41. Planning For and Applying Military Force – An Examination of Terms (2006)
42. Kim Jong Il and North Korea – The Leader and the System (2006)
43. CU @ The FOB – How the Forward Operating Base is Changing the Life of Combat Soldiers (2006)
44. Multilateral Constraints on the Use of Force – A Reassessment (2006)
45. Training Indigenous Forces in Counterinsurgency – A Tale of Two Insurgencies (2006)
46. Irregular Enemies and the Essence of Strategy – Can the American Way of War Adapt? (2006)
47. Recognizing and Understanding Revolutionary Change in Warfare – The Sovereignty of Context (2006)
48. Strategic Theory for the 21st Century – The Little Book on Big Strategy (2006)
49. Information Operations – Putting the “I” Back Into DIME (2006)
50. U.S.-UK Relations at the Start of the 21st Century (2006)
51. A Hundred Osamas – Islamist Threats and the Future of Counterinsurgency (2006)
52. The Mexican Armed Forces in Transition (2006)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2007
01. Jordanian National Security and the Future of Middle East Stability (2007)
02. Sustaining the Peace After Civil War (2007)
03. Overcoming the Obstacles to Establishing a Democratic State in Afghanistan (2007)
04. Force and Restraint in Strategic Deterrence – A Game-Theorist’s Perspective (2007)
05. Russian Security Strategy under Putin – U.S. and Russian Perspectives (2007)
06. Is it Time to Mandate Volunteerism? (2007)
07. The Global War on Terrorism – A Religious War? (2007)
08. East Asian Security – Two Views (2007)
09. AFRICOM’s Dilemma – The “Global War on Terrorism” “Capacity Building,” Humanitarianism, and the Future of U.S. Security Policy in Africa (2007)
10. Regional Threats and Security Strategy – The Troubling Case of Today’s Middle East (2007)
11. Security Cooperation – A Key to the Challenges of the 21st Century (2007)
12. The Evolution of U.S.-Turkish Relations in a Transatlantic Context (2007)
13. The “People” in the PLA – Recruitment, Training, and Education in China’s 80-Year-Old Military (2007)
14. On the Uses of Cultural Knowledge (2007)
15. Transformation Under Fire – A Historical Case Study with Modern Parallels (2007)
16. Working and Playing Well with Others – A Strategy-Policy Mismatch in Export Controls (2007)
17. The Eastern Dimension of America’s New European Allies (2007)
18. The United States and ASEAN-China Relations – All Quiet on the Southeast Asian Front (2007)
19. “Making Riflemen from Mud – Restoring the Army’s Culture of Irregular Warfare (2007)
20. The Military Strategy of Global Jihad (2007)
21. Opium and Afghanistan – Reassessing U.S. Counternarcotics Strategy (2007)
22. The Army and Defense Resource Allocation – The Bronze Medal Ain’t Good Enough in a Three-Man Race (2007)
23. Strategy, National Interests, and Means to an End (2007)
24. Turning on the DIME – Diplomacy’s Role in National Security (2007)
25. The Summit – Mirage or Milestone? (2007)
26. A Concept at the Crossroads – Rethinking the Center of Gravity (2007)
27. American Grand Strategy for Latin America in the Age of Resentment (2007)
28. Egypt – Security, Political, and Islamist Challenges (2007)
30. Turkmenistan and Central Asia after Niyazov (2007)
31. The Emerging Pattern of Geopolitics (2007)
32. ASEAN and Its Security Offspring – Facing New Challenges (2007)
33. The Reserve Policies of Nations – A Comparative Analysis (2007)
34. Kuwaiti National Security and the U.S.-Kuwaiti Strategic Relationship after Saddam (2007)
35. China’s Expansion into and U.S. Withdrawal from Argentina’s Telecommunications and Space Industries and the Implications for U.S. National Security (2007)
36. Grunts and Jarheads – Rethinking the Army-Marine Division of Labor (2007)
37. Right Sizing the People’s Liberation Army – Exploring the Contours of China’s Military (2007)
38. Latin America’s New Security Reality – Irregular Asymmetric Conflict and Hugo Chavez (2007)
39. Negotiation in the New Strategic Environment – Lessons from Iraq (2007)
40. An Introduction to Theater Strategy and Regional Security (2007)
41. Shaping Commitment – Resolving Canada’s Strategy Gap in Afghanistan and Beyond (2007)
42. Security Requirements for Post-Transition Cuba (2007)
43. Can Tony Blair Make a Difference in the Middle East? (2007)
44. The Implications of Preemptive and Preventive War Doctrines – A Reconsideration (2007)
45. 2007 Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL) (2007)
46. Knowing when to Salute (2007)
47. Political Trends in the New Eastern Europe – Ukraine and Belarus (2007)
48. Ukraine’s Military Between East and West (2007)
49. Treating Allies as Allies in the Arab World (2007)
50. Rethinking Insurgency (2007)
51. Roots of Terror (2007)
52. Strategic Competition and Resistance in the 21st Century – Irregular, Catastrophic, Traditional, and Hybrid Challenges in Context (2007)
53. China’s Nuclear Forces – Operations, Training, Doctrine, Command, Control and Campaign Planning (2007)
54. Russian-American Security Cooperation after St. Petersburg (2007)
55. Manning the Force (2007)
56. Global Climate Change – National Security Implications (2007)
57. North Korean Foreign Relations in the Post-Cold War World (2007)
58. North Korea’s Military Threat – Pyongyang’s Conventional Forces, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and Ballistic Missiles (2007)
59. Biodefense Research Supporting the DoD – A New Strategic Vision (2007)
60. From Munich to Munich (2007)
61. Chinese Perceptions of Traditional and Nontraditional Security Threats (2007)
62. The Politics of Identity – History, Nationalism, and the Prospect for Peace in Post-Cold War East Asia (2007)
63. Political Warfare in Sub-Saharan Africa – U.S. Capabilities and Chinese Operations in Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa (2007)
64. U.S. Interests in Central Asia and the Challenges to Them (2007)
65. Georgia After the Rose Revolution – Geopolitical Predicament and Implications for U.S. Policy (2007)
66. Globalization and Its Implications for the Defense Industrial Base (2007)
67. Colombia and the United States–The Partnership – But What Is the Endgame? (2007)
68. The Missing Debate (2007)
69. Russia, the United States, and the Caucasus (2007)
70. Gauging U.S.-Indian Strategic Cooperation (2007)
71. Exploring the “Right Size” for China’s Military – PLA Missions, Functions, and Organizations (2007)
72. The Other Special Relationship – The United States and Australia at the Start of the 21st Century (2007)
73. The Iraq War – Learning from the Past, Adapting to the Present, and Planning for the Future (2007)
74. Understanding Indian Insurgencies – Implications for Counterinsurgency Operations in the Third World (2007)
75. Russia and the European Union – The Sources and Limits of “Special Relationships” (2007)
76. The New Totalitarians – Social Identities and Radical islamist Political Grand Strategy (2007)
77. In Defense of Rational Risk Assessment (2007)
78. A Nation at War (2007)
79. Rosoboroneksport – Arms Sales and the Structure of Russian Defense Industry (2007)
80. Russian Nonproliferation Policy and the Korean Peninsula (2007)
81. Iraq, Women’s Empowerment and Public Policy (2007)
82. Challenging Transformation’s Clichés (2007)
83. Negotiating with Iran and Syria over Iraq (2007)
84. Naval Transformation, Ground Forces, and the Expeditionary Impulse – The Sea-Basing Debate (2007)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2008 Complete
01. Hamas and Israel – Conflicting Strategies of Group-Based Politics (2008)
02. War without Borders – The Colombia-Ecuador Crisis of 2008 (2008)
03. Russia Challenges the Obama Administration (2008)
04. Unity of Command in Afghanistan – A Forsaken Principle of War (2008)
05. Known Unknowns – Unconventional “Strategic Shocks” in Defense Strategy Development (2008)
06. Living Perilously in a Bubble (2008)
07. Slowing Military Change (2008)
08. PLA Missions Beyond Taiwan (2008)
09. Leadership and National Security Reform – The Next President’s Agenda (2008)
10. Dueling Natures (2008)
11. Stability Operations and State Building – Continuities and Contingencies (2008)
12. The 2006 Lebanon Campaign and the Future of Warfare – Implications for Army and Defense Policy (2008)
13. The “People” in the PLA – Recruitment, Training, and Education in China’s Military (2008)
14. The View from There (2008)
15. U.S. Counterterrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa – Understanding Costs, Cultures, and Conflicts (2008)
16. The American Military Advisor – Dealing with Senior Foreign Officials in the Islamic World (2008)
17. China-Russia Security Relations – Strategic Parallelism without Partnership or Passion? (2008)
18. Real Change or Retrenchment? (2008)
19. Key Strategic Issues List, July 2008 (2008)
20. Civil-Military Relations in a Post-9/11 World (2008)
21. Expand the U.S. Military? Not So Fast (2008)
22. State of the U.S. Military Reserve Components (2008)
23. Wars of Ideas and the War of Ideas (2008)
24. U.S. Army War College Guide to National Security Issues, Vol. I – Theory of War and Strategy, 3rd Edition (2008)
25. U.S. Army War College Guide to National Security Issues, Vol. II – National Security Policy and Strategy, 3rd Edition (2008)
26. From the New Middle Ages to a New Dark Age – The Decline of the State and U.S. Strategy (2008)
27. Chavez – The Beginning of the End (2008)
28. Borders – Technology and Security–Strategic Responses to New Challenges (2008)
30. U.S. Foreign Policy and Regime Instability (2008)
31. The Second Berlin Wall (2008)
32. Global Climate Change National Security Implications (2008)
33. Prospects from Korean Unification (2008)
34. Precision in the Global War on Terror – Inciting Muslims through the War of Ideas (2008)
35. Baloch Nationalism and the Geopolitics of Energy Resources – The Changing Context of Separatism in Pakistan (2008)
36. The Evolution of U.S. Turkish Relations in a Transatlantic Context (2008)
37. The Strategy Deficit (2008)
38. Projecting Pyongyang – The Future of North Korea’s Kim Jong Il Regime (2008)
39. Building for the Future – China’s Progress in Space Technology during the Tenth 5-Year Plan and the U.S. Response (2008)
40. The Political Context Behind Successful Revolutionary Movements, Three Case Studies – Vietnam (1955-63), Algeria (1945-62), and Nicaragua (1967-79) (2008)
41. Security Sector Reform in Liberia – Mixed Results from Humble Beginnings (2008)
42. Opportunities for Engaging Minorities (2008)
43. Drug Intoxicated Irregular Fighters – Complications, Dangers, and Responses (2008)
44. Towards a New Russia Policy (2008)
45. After Fidel, The Deluge? (2008)
46. Falling Behind – International Scrutiny of the Peaceful Atom (2008)
47. The North Korean Ballistic Missile Program (2008)
48. Dissent and Strategic Leadership of the Military Professions (2008)
49. Developing Strategic Leaders for the 21st Century (2008)
50. Deterrence, Missile Defense, and Collateral Damage in the Iranian-Israeli Strategic Relationship (2008)
51. Transforming to Effects-Based Operations – Lessons from the United Kingdom Experience (2008)
52. Development and Reform of the Iraqi Police Forces (2008)
53. Women in Combat Compendium (2008)
54. Pakistan’s Nuclear Future – Worries Beyond War (2008)
55. A Contemporary Challenge to State Sovereignty – Gangs and Other Illicit Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCOs) in Central America, El Salvador, Mexico, Jamaica, and Brazil (2008)
56. COIN of the Realm – U.S. Counterinsurgency Strategy (2008)
57. The Interagency and Counterinsurgency Warfare – Aligning and Integrating Military and Civilian Roles in Stability, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction Operations (2008)
58. Intrepidity…And Character Development within the Army Profession (2008)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2009
01. Medvedev’s Plan – Giving Russia a Voice but not a Veto in a New European Security System (2009)
02. An All Hazards Training Center for a Catastrophic Emergency (2009)
03. Resetting the Reset Button – Realism About Russia (2009)
04. Democratic Governance and the Rule of Law – Lessons from Colombia (2009)
05. Leadership and National Security Reform Conference (2009)
06. YouTube War – Fighting in a World of Cameras in Every Cell Phone and Photoshop on Every Computer (2009)
07. India’s Strategic Defense Transformation – Expanding Global Relationships (2009)
08. A Case Study in Security Sector Reform – Learning from Security Sector Reform/Building in Afghanistan (Oct 2002-Sep 2003) (2009)
09. Army Football and Full Spectrum Operations (2009)
10. Schools for Strategy – Teaching Strategy for 21st Century Conflict (2009)
11. Talent – Implications for a U.S. Army Officer Corps Strategy (2009)
12. The Army’s Professional Military Ethic in an Era of Persistent Conflict (2009)
13. Guide to Rebuilding Public Sector Services in Stability Operations – A Role for the Military (2009)
14. War’s Second Grammar (2009)
15. A Comprehensive Approach to Improving U.S. Security Force Assistance Efforts (2009)
16. A “New” Dynamic in the Western Hemisphere Security Environment – The Mexican Zetas and Other Private Armies (2009)
17. Dealing with Political Ferment in Latin America – The Populist Revival, the Emergence of the Center, and Implications for U.S. Policy (2009)
18. Iraq – Strategic Reconciliation, Targeting, and Key Leader Engagement (2009)
19. Russian Elite Image of Iran – From the Late Soviet Era to the Present (2009)
20. Alien – How Operational Art Devoured Strategy (2009)
21. Escalation and Intrawar Deterrence During Limited Wars in the Middle East (2009)
22. National Security Strategy Reform – Rebalancing the President’s Agenda (2009)
23. Baghdad ER–Revisited (2009)
24. Mind-Sets and Missiles – a First Hand Account of the Cuban Missile Crisis (2009)
25. Criminals, Militias, and Insurgents – Organized Crime in Iraq (2009)
26. Toward a Risk Management Defense Strategy (2009)
27. The Role of Cuban Paramilitary Organizations (People’s Militias) in the Post-Castro Era (2009)
28. Taking Up the Security Challenge of Climate Change (2009)
30. Pakistan – The Most Dangerous Place in the World (2009)
31. 2009 Key Strategic Issues List (2009)
32. New Partnerships for a New Era – Enhancing the South African Army’s Stabilization Role in Africa (2009)
33. On Peace – Peace as a Means of Statecraft (2009)
34. Strategic Implications of Emerging Technologies (2009)
35. Guide to Rebuilding Governance in Stability Operations – A Role for the Military? (2009)
36. China’s Strategic Culture – A Perspective for the United States (2009)
37. Arrowhead Ripper – Adaptive Leadership in Full Spectrum Operations (2009)
38. Challenges and Opportunities for the Obama Administration in Central Asia (2009)
39. China’s Maritime Quest (2009)
40. American Grand Strategy after War (2009)
41. State and Nonstate Associated Gangs – Credible “Midwives of New Social Orders” (2009)
42. Cultural Dimensions of Strategy and Policy (2009)
43. Mexico’s Narco-Insurgency and U.S. Counterdrug Policy (2009)
44. Preventing Iraq from Slipping Back into Sectarian Chaos (2009)
45. Beyond the Strait – PLA Missions other than Taiwan (2009)
46. New NATO Members – Security Consumers or Producers? (2009)
47. A History of Socio-Cultural Intelligence and Research Under the Occupation of Japan (2009)
48. The New Balance – Limited Armed Stabilization and the Future of U.S. Landpower (2009)
49. Drug Trafficking, Violence, and the State in Mexico (2009)
50. Towards a U.S. Army Officer Corps Strategy for Success – A Proposed Human Capital Model Focused upon Talent (2009)
51. Provincial Reconstruction Teams – How Do We Know They Work? (2009)
52. Russia and Arms Control – Are There Opportunities for the Obama Administration? (2009)
53. Prospects for U.S.-Russian Security Cooperation (2009)
54. Russia, China, and the United States in Central Asia – Prospects for Great Power Competition and Cooperation in the Shadow of the Georgian Crisis (2009)
55. Training for the “Political” War (2009)
56. Kazakhstan’s Defense Policy – An Assessment of the Trends (2009)
57. Japan’s Decision for War in 1941 – Some Enduring Lessons (2009)
58. Kiss the Embargo Goodbye (2009)
59. Building Partner Capacity/Security Force Assistance – A New Structural Paradigm (2009)
60. Nuclear Heuristics – Selected Writings of Albert and Roberta Wohlstetter (2009)
61. The Serpent in Our Garden – Al-Qa’ida and the Long War (2009)
62. After Iraq – The Search for a Sustainable National Security Strategy (2009)
63. The Army’s Ethic Suffers under its Retired Generals (2009)
64. Regional Spillover Effects of the Iraq War (2009)
65. Affairs of State – The Interagency and National Security (2009)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2010
All SSI Publications by Year/Date 2010.pdf
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01. Nuclear Power’s Global Expansion – Weighing Its Costs and Risks (2010)
02. A Risk-Based Approach to Strategic Balance (2010)
03. Lessons Learned from U.S. Government Law Enforcement in International Operations (2010)
04. La Familia Drug Cartel – Implications for U.S.-Mexican Security (2010)
05. Russia’s Prospects in Asia (2010)
06. Strangely Silent – The Missing Strategic Debate in the 2010 Mid-Term Elections (2010)
07. Deciding to Buy – Civil-Military Relations and Major Weapons Programs (2010)
08. America’s Most Committed Muslim Ally (2010)
09. Preventing Yemen from Becoming Fallujah (2010)
10. Some of the Best Weapons for Counterinsurgents Do Not Shoot (2010)
11. Operation EUFOR TCHAD/RCA and the EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy (2010)
12. Final Response to “America’s Flawed Afghanistan Strategy” (2010)
13. The Coming of Chinese Hawks (2010)
14. Harnessing Post-Conflict “Transitions” – A Conceptual Primer (2010)
15. Preparing for One War and Getting Another? (2010)
16. A New Chapter in Trans-American Engagement (2010)
17. An Army Transformed – The U.S. Army’s Post-Vietnam Recovery and the Dynamics of Change in Military Organizations (2010)
18. Somalia – Line in the Sand–Identification of MYM Vulnerabilities (2010)
19. Lessons Learned – 13 Months as the Senior Military Advisor to the Minister of Interior (2010)
20. Is the Organizational Culture of the U.S. Army Congruent with the Professional Development of Its Senior Level Officer Corps? (2010)
21. Candidly, One Friend to Another (2010)
22. Dilemmas of Brazilian Grand Strategy (2010)
23. David Galula – His Life and Intellectual Context (2010)
24. Preparing for a Mid-Term Assessment of Leadership and National Security Reform in the Obama Administration (2010)
25. U.S. Military Forces and Police Assistance in Stability Operations – The Least-Worst Option to Fill the U.S. Capacity Gap (2010)
26. Chinese Energy Security – The Myth of the PLAN’s Frontline Status (2010)
27. Defense Energy Resilience – Lessons from Ecology (2010)
28. America’s Flawed Afghanistan Strategy (2010)
30. Organizing to Compete in the Political Terrain (2010)
31. Project on National Security Reform – Vision Working Group Report and Scenarios (2010)
32. U.S. Army War College Guide to National Security Issues, Vol I – Theory of War and Strategy, 4th Edition (2010)
33. U.S. Army War College Guide to National Security Issues, Vol II – National Security Policy and Strategy, 4th Edition (2010)
34. Got Vision? Unity of Vision in Policy and Strategy – What It Is and Why We Need It (2010)
35. The Russian Military Today and Tomorrow – Essays in Memory of Mary Fitzgerald (2010)
36. 2010 Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL) (2010)
37. Who Won The Cold War? (2010)
38. China’s Role in the Stabilization of Afghanistan (2010)
39. Enter the Era of Persistent Competition for Talent (2010)
40. Arms Sales to Taiwan – Enjoy the Business While It Lasts (2010)
41. The PLA at Home and Abroad – Assessing the Operational Capabilities of China’s Military (2010)
42. Endgame for the West in Afghanistan? Explaining the Decline in Support for the War in Afghanistan in the United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, France and Germany (2010)
43. Wanted – A Strategy for the Black Sea (2010)
44. Human Intelligence – All Humans, All Minds, All the Time (2010)
45. Rethinking Leadership and “Whole of Government” National Security Reform – Problems, Progress, and Prospects (2010)
46. Implications of a Changing NATO (2010)
47. Sufism in Northern Nigeria – A Force for Counter-Radicalization? (2010)
48. Crime, Violence, and the Crisis in Guatemala – A Case Study in the Erosion of the State (2010)
49. Untangling a New Gordian Knot – Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, and Alexander’s Sword (2010)
50. Decisionmaking In Operation IRAQI FREEDOM – The Strategic Shift of 2007 (2010)
51. Towards a U.S. Army Officer Corps Strategy for Success – Employing Talent (2010)
52. Reviewing the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) (2010)
53. Shades of CORDS in the Kush – The False Hope of “Unity of Effort” in American Counterinsurgency (2010)
54. Short of General War – Perspectives on the Use of Military Power in the 21st Century (2010)
55. The Construction of Liberal Democracy – The Role of Civil-Military Institutions in State and Nation-Building in West Germany and South Africa (2010)
56. The State-Owned Enterprise as a Vehicle for Stability (2010)
57. Criminal Sovereignty – Understanding North Korea’s Illicit International Activities (2010)
58. Thinking about Nuclear Power in Post-Saddam Iraq (2010)
59. Counternarcotics Operations in Afghanistan – The COIN of the Realm (2010)
60. Put Warning Bells on World Finance (2010)
61. The Goose and the Gander (2010)
62. Teaching Strategy – Challenge and Response (2010)
63. Towards a U.S. Army Officer Corps Strategy for Success – Developing Talent (2010)
64. Synchronizing U.S. Government Efforts toward Collaborative Health Care Policymaking in Iraq (2010)
65. Decisionmaking in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM – Removing Saddam Hussein by Force (2010)
66. Lashkar-I-Taiba – The Fallacy of Subservient Proxies and the Future of Islamist Terrorism in India (2010)
67. Transnational Insurgencies and the Escalation of Regional Conflict – Lessons for Iraq and Afghanistan (2010)
68. Foreign Policy Continuity – War Finds Us (2010)
69. Accessing Talent – The Foundation of a U.S. Army Officer Corps Strategy (2010)
70. Do Oil Exports Fuel Defense Spending? (2010)
71. Drug Trafficking, Violence, and Instability in Mexico, Colombia, and the Caribbean – Implications for U.S. National Security (2010)
72. A Death Knell for “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (2010)
73. The Army Officers’ Professional Ethic–Past, Present, and Future (2010)
74. The Effects of Multiple Deployments on Army Adolescents (2010)
75. Security and Stability in Africa – A Development Approach (2010)
76. Pakistan’s Nuclear Future – Reining in the Risk (2010)
77. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) (2010)
78. Towards a U.S. Army Officer Corps Strategy for Success – Retaining Talent (2010)
79. Something Brewing in Venezuela (2010)
80. Security Sector Reform – A Case Study Approach to Transition and Capacity Building (2010)
81. Security and Stability in Africa – A Development Approach (2010)
82. Response to “America’s Flawed Afghanistan Strategy” (2010)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2011
01. Organizational Change in the Russian Airborne Forces – The Lessons of the Georgian Conflict (2011)
02. Colloquium Brief – Cyber Infrastructure Protection (2011)
03. The United States and China in Power Transition (2011)
04. Real Leadership and the U.S. Army – Overcoming a Failure of Imagination to Conduct Adaptive Work (2011)
05. Op-Ed – The West and the Durability and Problems of Monarchies in the Arab Spring (2011)
06. The Saudi-Iranian Rivalry and the Future of Middle East Security (2011)
07. The Strategic Logic of the Contemporary Security Dilemma (2011)
08. Forecasting Zero – U.S. Nuclear History and the Low Probability of Disarmament (2011)
09. Russian Nuclear Weapons – Past, Present, and Future (2011)
10. Chinese Lessons from Other Peoples’ Wars (2011)
11. Op-Ed – Where Have All the Army Generals Gone? (2011)
12. Arms Control and Proliferation Challenges to the Reset Policy (2011)
13. Op-Ed – China’s Aircraft Carrier – The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly (2011)
14. Economic Transition in Afghanistan – How to Soften a Hard Landing (2011)
15. The Afghanistan Question and the Reset in U.S.-Russian Relations (2011)
16. Natural Gas as an Instrument of Russian State Power (2011)
17. Mexico’s “Narco-Refugees” – The Looming Challenge for U.S. National Security (2011)
18. Presidential Succession Scenarios in Egypt and Their Impact on U.S.-Egyptian Strategic Relations (2011)
19. Puncturing the Counterinsurgency Myth – Britain and Irregular Warfare in the Past, Present, and Future (2011)
20. 2011-2012 U.S. Army War College Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL) (2011)
21. Threat Posed by Mounting Vigilantism in Mexico (2011)
22. Anticipating Contemporary War – How Well Did We Do? (2011)
23. Profession of Arms — Starfish Metaphor (2011)
24. Adapting, Transforming, and Modernizing Under Fire – The Mexican Military 2006-11 (2011)
25. National Security Reform 2010 – A Midterm Assessment (2011)
26. Colloquium Brief – Kingston Conference on International Security (KCIS-2011) – The Changing Arctic – Sovereignty, Resources, and Security (2011)
27. China-Latin America Military Engagement – Good Will, Good Business, and Strategic Position (2011)
28. At Crossroads – Iceland’s Defense and Security Relations, 1940-2011 (2011)
30. Op-Ed – The Criminals South of the Border – Lessons from Mexico (2011)
31. The Arab Spring and the Future of U.S. Interests and Cooperative Security in the Arab World (2011)
32. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the European Union’s Common Security and Defense Policy – Intersecting Trajectories (2011)
33. Understanding the North Korea Problem – Why It Has Become the “Land of Lousy Options” (2011)
34. Colloquium Brief – The Energy and Security Nexus – A Strategic Dilemma (2011)
35. The Changing Face of Afghanistan, 2001-08 (2011)
36. Russia in the Arctic (2011)
37. The New Aztecs – Ritual and Restraint in Contemporary Western Military Operations (2011)
38. Colloquium Brief – Conflict Management – A Tool for U.S. National Security Strategy (2011)
39. Op-Ed – A National Strategic Narrative and Grand Strategy for the 21st Century (2011)
40. The European Campaign – Its Origins and Conduct (2011)
41. The Arab Upheavals and the Future of the U.S. Military Policies and Presence in the Middle East and the Gulf (2011)
42. Op-Ed – U.S. Intelligence at a Crossroads (2011)
43. Colloquium Brief – Post-Heroic Warfare? (2011)
44. Resolving Insurgencies (2011)
45. Military Modernization and the Russian Ground Forces (2011)
46. The Russian Military and the Georgia War – Lessons and Implications (2011)
47. Defining Command, Leadership, and Management Success Factors within Stability Operations (2011)
48. Rebuilding Armed Forces – Learning from Iraq and Lebanon (2011)
49. Op-Ed – Conventional Arms Control and European Security (2011)
50. Cyber Infrastructure Protection (2011)
51. The Military’s Role in Counterterrorism – Examples and Implications for Liberal Democracies (2011)
52. Colloquium Brief – American Society and Its Profession of Arms (2011)
53. Improvised Explosive Devices in Iraq, 2003-09 – A Case of Operational Surprise and Institutional Response (2011)
54. Central Asian Security Trends – Views from Europe and Russia (2011)
55. Army Strong–Really? (2011)
56. Other People’s Wars – PLA Lessons from Foreign Conflicts (2011)
57. Hard Power and Soft Power – The Utility of Military Force as an Instrument of Policy in the 21st Century (2011)
58. A Colloquium on U.S. National Security Policy, Military Strategy – Understanding the Environment for Contemporary Warfare (2011)
59. Resolving Ethical Challenges in an Era of Persistent Conflict (2011)
60. Junior Leader Professional Development — Who Has the Time? (2011)
61. Security and Governance – Foundations for International Stability (2011)
62. An Evaluation of Counterinsurgency as a Strategy for Fighting the Long War (2011)
63. Russian Military Politics and Russia’s 2010 Defense Doctrine (2011)
64. Profession of Arms Study Trust Review (2011)
65. Should ROTC Return to the Ivy League? (2011)
66. India in Africa – Implications of an Emerging Power for AFRICOM and U.S. Strategy (2011)
67. Brazil’s Security Strategy and Defense Doctrine (2011)
68. Civilian Skills for African Military Officers to Resolve the Infrastructure, Economic Development, and Stability Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa (2011)
69. Reforming Military Command Arrangements – The Case of the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force (2011)
70. A Continuation of Politics by Other Means – The “Politics” of a Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia (1992-1993) (2011)
71. The Role of Religion in National Security Policy Since 9/11 (2011)
72. How Smart Economic Strategy Could Strengthen the Afghan Counterinsurgency (2011)
73. Is Tunisia Tipping? (2011)
74. Op-Ed – What If They Threw a War and… (2011)
75. 2010 SSI Annual Strategy Conference Report “Defining War for the 21st Century” (2011)
76. The Conflicts in Yemen and U.S. National Security (2011)
77. Civil-Military Relations in Medvedev’s Russia (2011)
78. Coherence and Contrasts (2011)
79. Predictions, Observations, and the Free Lunch (2011)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2012
01. The Impact of President Felipe Calderón’s War on Drugs on the Armed Forces – The Prospects for Mexico’s “Militarization” and Bilateral Relations (2012)
02. Insanity – Four Decades of U.S. Counterdrug Strategy (2012)
03. India’s Changing Afghanistan Policy – Regional and Global Implications (2012)
04. Venezuela as an Exporter of 4th Generation Warfare Instability (2012)
05. A National Security Staff for the 21st Century (2012)
06. Op-Ed – Can Sanctions Be More Effective Than Military Action In Iran? (2012)
07. Learning by Doing – The PLA Trains at Home and Abroad (2012)
08. Op-Ed – Getting to the Win (2012)
09. The Moral Corrosion within Our Military Professions (2012)
10. The Energy and Security Nexus – A Strategic Dilemma (2012)
11. Jihadist Cells and “IED” Capabilities in Europe – Assessing the Present and Future Threat to the West (2012)
12. Beyond the Battlefield – Institutional Army Transformation Following Victory in Iraq (2012)
13. State-Building Challenges in a Post-Revolution Libya (2012)
14. How Nation-States Craft National Security Strategy Documents (2012)
15. Russia’s Homegrown Insurgency – Jihad in the North Caucasus (2012)
16. Op-Ed – The Romance of Great Powers in Northeast Asia (2012)
17. A “Hollow Army” Reappraised – President Carter, Defense Budgets, and the Politics of Military Readiness (2012)
18. The Future of American Landpower – Does Forward Presence Still Matter? The Case of the Army in Europe (2012)
19. Lead Me, Follow Me, Or Get Out of My Way – Rethinking and Refining the Civil-Military Relationship (2012)
20. Key Strategic Issues List Update No. 2 (2012)
21. Russia and the Current State of Arms Control (2012)
22. Finding “The Right Way” – Toward an Army Institutional Ethic (2012)
23. The Prospects for Security Sector Reform in Tunisia – A Year After the Revolution (2012)
24. Hidden Dragon, Crouching Lion – How China’s Advance in Africa is Underestimated and Africa’s Potential Underappreciated (2012)
25. Perspectives on Russian Foreign Policy (2012)
26. Op-Ed – Rethinking the American Way of War and the Role of Landpower (2012)
27. The Promise and Pitfalls of Grand Strategy (2012)
28. 2012-13 KSIL Update No. 01 (2012)
30. Op-Ed – The New Security Reality – Not Business as Usual (2012)
31. Transnational Organized Crime, Terrorism, and Criminalized States in Latin America – An Emerging Tier-One National Security Priority (2012)
32. Arms Control and European Security (2012)
33. Culture, Identity, and Information Technology in the 21st Century – Implications for U.S. National Security (2012)
34. Against All Odds – Relations between NATO and the MENA Region (2012)
35. 2012-13 Key Strategic Issues List (2012)
36. The Next Arms Race (2012)
37. Op-Ed – Fixing the Future Rather Than the Past (2012)
38. Breaking News Analysis – The Future of the U.S. Political and Military Relationship with Egypt (2012)
39. U.S. Army War College Guide to National Security Issues, Vol 2 – National Security Policy and Strategy, 5th Ed. (2012)
40. End Game Strategies – Winning the Peace (2012)
41. Colloquium Brief – Visual Propaganda and Online Radicalization (2012)
42. U.S. Army War College Guide to National Security Issues, Vol. 1 – Theory of War and Strategy, 5th Ed. (2012)
43. Can Russia Reform? Economic, Political, and Military Perspectives (2012)
44. Op-Ed – Relearning War (2012)
45. The Role of Small States in the Post-Cold War Era – The Case of Belarus (2012)
46. Colloquium Brief – Learning By Doing – The PLA Trains at Home and Abroad (2012)
47. Disjointed Ways, Disunified Means – Learning from America’s Struggle to Build an Afghan Nation (2012)
48. Op-Ed – Where Do We Go From Here? (2012)
49. Lessons of the Iraqi De-Ba’athification Program for Iraq’s Future and the Arab Revolutions (2012)
50. Ambassador Stephen Krasner’s Orienting Principle for Foreign Policy (and Military Management)—Responsible Sovereignty (2012)
51. Enabling Unity of Effort in Homeland Response Operations (2012)
52. Drug Trafficking, Violence, and Instability (2012)
53. Conflict Management and “Whole of Government” – Useful Tools for U.S. National Security Strategy? (2012)
54. Tactical Nuclear Weapons and NATO (2012)
55. Op-Ed – Heading Toward the NATO Summit (2012)
56. Project on National Security Reform – Vol. 2 – Case Studies Working Group Report (2012)
57. Delegitimizing Al-Qaeda – A Jihad-Realist Approach (2012)
58. The Impact of Visual Images – Addendum (2012)
59. Op-Ed – Zen and the Art of Social Selfishness (2012)
60. Categorical Confusion? The Strategic Implications of Recognizing Challenges Either as Irregular or Traditional (2012)
61. Busting the Myths About the North Korea Problem (2012)
62. Once Again, the Challenge to the U.S. Army During a Defense Reduction – To Remain a Military Profession (2012)
63. Op-Ed – Weekend at Osama’s (2012)
64. The Importance of Images to America’s Fight Against Violent Jihadism (2012)
65. Preserving U.S. National Security Interests Through a Liberal World Construct (2012)
66. Op-Ed – The Technology Avalanche and the Future of War (2012)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2013
01. New Realities – Energy Security in the 2010s and Implications for the U.S. Military (2013)
02. Op-Ed – Will the Syrian Civil War Last 10 More Years? (2013)
03. Africa’s Booming Oil and Natural Gas Exploration and Production – National Security Implications for the United States and China (2013)
04. Dangerous Ground – The Spratly Islands and U.S. Interests and Approaches (2013)
05. Politics and Economics in Putin’s Russia (2013)
06. U.S. Governmental Information Operations and Strategic Communications – A Discredited Tool or User Failure? Implications for Future Conflict (2013)
07. Op-Ed – What Our Civilian Leaders Do Not Understand About the Ethic of Military Professions – A Striking Example of the Current Gap in Civil-Military Relations (2013)
08. What Is Next for Mali? The Roots of Conflict and Challenges to Stability (2013)
09. Washington’s Debt, Beijing’s Bubble, and the Discussion No One is Having (2013)
10. State Collapse, Insurgency, and Counterinsurgency – Lessons from Somalia (2013)
11. Building Better Armies – An Insider’s Account of Liberia (2013)
12. Reforming the Police in Post-Soviet States – Georgia and Kyrgyzstan (2013)
13. Central Asia After 2014 (2013)
14. Changing Minds In The Army – Why It Is So Difficult and What To Do About It (2013)
15. Forging an American Grand Strategy – Securing a Path Through a Complex Future. Selected Presentations from a Symposium at the National Defense University (2013)
16. NATO Missile Defense and the European Phased Adaptive Approach – The Implications of Burden-Sharing and the Underappreciated Role of the U.S. Army (2013)
17. Conflict Management and Peacebuilding – Pillars of a New American Grand Strategy (2013)
18. Strategic Landpower Task Force Research Report (2013)
19. The Army Should Embrace A2/AD — A Rebuttal (2013)
20. Op-Ed – Doubts on China’s “New Model for Great Power Relationship” (2013)
21. A Transatlantic Bargain for the 21st Century – The United States, Europe, and the Transatlantic Alliance (2013)
22. The Effectiveness of Drone Strikes in Counterinsurgency and Counterterrorism Campaigns (2013)
23. The Real “Long War” – The Illicit Drug Trade and the Role of the Military (2013)
24. An Assessment of the DoD Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace (2013)
25. Closing the Candor Chasm – The Missing Element of Army Professionalism (2013)
26. Op-Ed – Is Strategy Really A Lost Art? (2013)
27. The Security Concerns of the Baltic States as NATO Allies (2013)
28. 2013-14 Key Strategic Issues List (2013)
29. Nuclear Weapons Security Crises – What Does History Teach?
30. The Causes of Instability in Nigeria and Implications for the United States (2013)
31. Cartel Car Bombings in Mexico (2013)
32. Development of the Baltic Armed Forces in Light of Multinational Deployments (2013)
33. AFRICOM at 5 Years -The Maturation of a New U.S. Combatant Command (2013)
34. Op-Ed – Reflections on “The China Threat” (2013)
35. A Framework for Restructuring the Military Retirement System (2013)
36. Op-Ed – The Army Should Embrace A2/AD (2013)
37. Russian Interests in Sub-Saharan Africa (2013)
38. The Army’s Campaign Against Sexual Violence – Dealing With The Careerist Bystanders (2013)
39. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and Libya – Reviewing Operation UNIFIED PROTECTOR (2013)
40. Joint Strategic Planning System Insights – Chairmen Joint Chiefs of Staff 1990 to 2012 (2013)
41. The Struggle for Yemen and the Challenge of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (2013)
42. Nigerian Unity – In the Balance (2013)
43. Op-Ed – Abraham Lincoln and the Obligations Of International Law (2013)
44. The Future of the Arab Gulf Monarchies in the Age of Uncertainties (2013)
45. Avoiding the Slippery Slope – Conducting Effective Interventions (2013)
46. Return of the Balkans – Challenges to European Integration and U.S. Disengagement (2013)
47. Asia-Pacific – A Strategic Assessment (2013)
48. Academic Engagement Notes – 2013 International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention (2013)
49. The Challenge of Drug Trafficking to Democratic Governance and Human Security in West Africa (2013)
50. War and Insurgency in the Western Sahara (2013)
51. Op-Ed – Downsizing the Army Profession (2013)
52. Cyber Infrastructure Protection – Vol. II (2013)
53. Sharing Power? Prospects for a U.S. Concert-Balance Strategy (2013)
54. Egypt’s New Regime and the Future of the U.S.-Egyptian Strategic Relationship (2013)
55. Op-Ed – Developing A New Approach To Conventional Arms Control (2013)
56. Making Strategic Sense of Cyber Power – Why the Sky Is Not Falling (2013)
57. From Chaos to Cohesion – A Regional Approach to Security, Stability, and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa (2013)
58. Governance, Identity, and Counterinsurgency – Evidence from Ramadi and Tal Afar (2013)
59. Op-Ed – Drones Are Making A Difference In Yemen (2013)
60. Cyberspace – Malevolent Actors, Criminal Opportunities, and Strategic Competition Conference (2013)
61. Colloquium Brief – Kingston Conference on International Security (KCIS-2012) – International Security in an Age of Austerity (2013)
62. Op-Ed – Thinking Inside A New Box – The Coming of the New Age of Mutualism; The End of Another (2013)
63. Strategic Stability – Contending Interpretations (2013)
64. Routine, Disciplined, and Results-Oriented – Joint Plans and Operations (JPOx) and Decisionmaking Processes in U.S. Forces-Iraq (USF-I) (2013)
65. Talking Past Each Other? How Views of U.S. Power Vary between U.S. and International Military Personnel (2013)
66. Op-Ed – The Need For A “Half-Pivot to the Americas” (2013)
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US Army War College – Strategic Studies Institute – 2014
01. Visual Propaganda and Extremism in the Online Environment (2014)
02. Revival of Political Islam in the Aftermath of Arab Uprisings – Implications for the Region and Beyond (2014)
03. European Missile Defense and Russia (2014)
04. Russia’s Contribution as a Partner in the War on Terrorism (2014)
05. Democratization and Instability in Ukraine, Georgia, and Belarus (2014)
06. The Paracel Islands and U.S. Interests and Approaches in the South China Sea (2014)
07. Operational Reservations – Considerations for a Total Army Force (2014)
08. Moving Beyond Pretense – Nuclear Power and Nonproliferation (2014)
09. 2014-15 Key Strategic Issues List (2014)
10. Countering Radicalization and Recruitment to Al-Qaeda – Fighting the War of Deeds (2014)
11. The Growing Complexity of Sino-Indian Ties (2014)
12. Memorandum for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff – Secure Balance and Flexibility In Future Joint Forces (2014)
13. Cyberterrorism after STUXNET (2014)
14. The Future of American Landpower – Does Forward Presence Still Matter? The Case of the Army in the Pacific (2014)
15. Islamism and Security in Bosnia-Herzegovina (2014)
16. From War to Deterrence? Israel-Hezbollah Conflict Since 2006 (2014)
17. Soldiers of Misfortune? (2014)
18. The Resurgence of Al-Qaeda in Syria and Iraq (2014)
19. Russian Military Transformation – Goal In Sight? (2014)
20. Russia After Putin (2014)
21. A Soldier’s Morality, Religion, and Our Professional Ethic – Does the Army’s Culture Facilitate Integration, Character Development, and Trust in the Profession? (2014)
22. The Evolution of Los Zetas in Mexico and Central America – Sadism as an Instrument of Cartel Warfare (2014)
23. Assessing the People’s Liberation Army in the Hu Jintao Era (2014)
24. Augmenting Our Influence – Alliance Revitalization and Partner Development (2014)
25. Russia’s Counterinsurgency in North Caucasus – Performance and Consequences (2014)
26. Defense Planning for National Security – Navigation Aids for the Mystery Tour (2014)
27. Turkey-Kurdish Regional Government Relations After the U.S. Withdrawal From Iraq – Putting the Kurds on the Map? (2014)
28. Legality in Cyberspace – An Adversary View (2014)
29. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army and Information Warfare (2014)
30. Senior Officer Talent Management – Fostering Institutional Adaptability (2014)
31. Strategic Implications of the Evolving Shanghai Cooperation Organization (2014)
32. Military Power, The Core Tasks Of A Prudent Strategy, And The Army We Need (2014)
33. Strategic Retrenchment and Renewal in the American Experience (2014)
34. Iran’s Emergence as a Cyber Power (2014)
35. Russia and the Caspian Sea – Projecting Power or Competing for Influence? (2014)
36. Colloquium Brief – The Chinese People’s Liberation Army in 2025 (2014)

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