Herodotus had it right when he considered the Caspian Sea to be landlocked.
A proof of concept for an integrated language and culture learning program.
COL Rich Outzen makes a plea for a transformational approach to promoting language skills in the force. Is it possible to turn the failure around?
The purpose of this paper is to provide research information on doctrinal convergence and divergence, and elaborate upon the role of language and culture in counterinsurgency operations.
Leadership of Cyber Warriors: Enduring Principles and New Directions
by Gregory Conti and David Raymond
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In assessing our “lessons learned” it is vital that the service look forward and not just retrospectively so it does not learn the wrong lessons.
Lebanon's national rejection of returning to civil war coupled with the buoyancy provided by the Lebanese Armed Forces will keep it from sinking into the Syrian abyss.
Lessons for Libya?
Flawed Policy and the Inevitability of Military Failure: The Anglo-French Suez Expedition of 1956
by Brian C. Collins
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Lessons From a Military Humanitarian in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
by Major Kelly L. Webster
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America's Financial Crisis
Lessons from Reconstructing Iraq
by Captain Timothy Hsia, Small Wars Journal Op-Ed
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News coverage of the 700 billion...
The Battle of Chancellorsville ended 150 years ago this week. It still holds lessons for us.
Good stories trump doctrine for effecting cultural change because they reach us emotionally; they inspire. Consider America's first battle and what we can glean its many relevant...
Lessons Learned, Lessons Lost
by Dr. Mark Moyar
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At last week's SAIS/Texas Tech conference "Lessons Learned, Lessons Lost: Counterinsurgency...
As the Arab Spring moves east, Fahad Malaikah reminds us not to forget where it started.
Successful information operations (IO) often require effective inter-cultural communications in order to inform and influence foreign audiences.
A Key Tool in Population-Centric Counterinsurgency
by Dr. Paul Kamolnick
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Permanently separating insurgents from the population...
Lexicon and Struggle
by Major Matthew Orris, Small Wars Journal
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Winners and losers of a war may already be known long before the first shot is ever fired if a...
Libya and the Responsibility to Protect
by Charli Carpenter
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There has been a fair amount of debate over Obama's decision to join...
Libya's Rebel Leaders and Western Assistance
by Jamsheed K. Choksy and Carol E. B. Choksy
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Abstract. The U.S., Britain, and...
LNO Missions as a Model for the Division Headquarters RIP/TOA Process
by Major General Richard C. Nash, Colonel Neal Loidolt and Lieutenant Colonel C. Bryan Tierney
LNO Missions as a Model for the...
Can local law enforcement use technology to deter riots?
The government of India has proclaimed this Naxalite – Maoist movement to be the greatest threat to national security. This may become a self-fulfilling prophesy.
Looking for the Hedgehog Idea
by Justin Kelly and Mike Brennan
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Originally published in Australian Army Journal, and republished here with...
Should we continue to embrace the status quo, we will jeopardize our ability to achieve the aims of our current National Security Strategy
Has there ever been an American way of war or simply a tactical way of battle?
Love and Hate
by Captain Michael Few, Small Wars Journal
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One of my best commanders preached a very simple command philosophy. "Mike," he...