Military Review. Volume 87, Number 6, November-December 2007
ARMY COMBINED ARMS CENTER FORT LEAVENWORTH KS
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CONTENTS Fighting Identity Why We Are Losing Our Wars by Michael Vlahos The Armed Reconciler The Military Role in the Amnesty, Reconciliation, and Reintegration Process by Michael W. Mosser, Ph.D. The Law of Occupation and Post-Armed-Conflict Governance Considerations for Future Conflicts by Colonel David A. Wallace, U.S. Army The Preemption of Nuclear Weapons by Tim Bakken Armed Humanitarian Intervention and International Law A Primer for Military Professionals by Colonel Daniel Rice, U.S. Army Reserve, and Major John Dehn, U.S. Army The Chinese Militarys Strategic Mind-set by Lieutenant Colonel Timothy L. Thomas, U.S. Army, Retired Chinas Pragmatic Rise and U.S. Interests in East Asia by Major Jin H. Pak, U.S. Army Army Planning Doctrine Identifying the Problem is the Heart of the Problem by Lieutenant Colonel Thomas G. Clark, U.S. Army, Retired, Ph.D. The Future of the Uniformed Army Scientist and Engineer Program by Major John M. Thane, U.S. Army The Strategic Plans and Policy Officer in the Modular Division by Major Francis J.H. Park, U.S. Army Brigade Headquarters for National Guard Civil Support Teams A Homeland Security Imperative by Lieutenant Colonel James D. Campbell, U.S. Army National Guard 1st Place, 2007 DePuy Writing Contest S.W.E.T. and Blood Essential Services in the Battle between Insurgents and Counterinsurgents by Major Erik A. Claessen, Belgian Armed Forces 2nd Place, 2007 DePuy Writing Contest Clarity and Culture in Stability Operations by Major Michael B. Siegl, U.S. Army 2nd Place MacArthur Writing Contest Becoming an Adaptive Leader by Major Harold H. Whiffen, U.S. Army. Contains cumulative author and subject indices.
- Government and Political Science
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics