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Military Review: The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army. Volume 87, Number 5, September-October 2007

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This issue of Military Review contains the following articles Learning from Our Modern Wars The Imperatives of Preparing for a Dangerous Future, by Lt Gen Peter W. Chiarelli, U.S. Army, et al. Iraq Tribal Engagement Lessons Learned, by Lt Col Michael Eisenstadt, U.S. Army Reserve Fighting The Other War Counterinsurgency Strategy in Afghanistan, 2003-2005, by Lt Gen David W. Barno, U.S. Army, Ret. Linking Doctrine to Action A New COIN Center-of-Gravity Analysis, by Col Peter R. Mansoor, U.S. Army, et al. The Man Who Bent Events King John in Indochina, by Lt Col Michel Goya and Lt Col Philippe Francois, French Marines A Logical Method for Center-of-Gravity Analysis, by Col Dale C. Eikmeier, U.S. Army Medical Diplomacy in Full-Spectrum Operations, by Maj Jay B. Baker, U.S. Army The Economic Instrument of National Power and Military Operations A Focus on Iraq, by Lt Col David Anderson, USMC, Ret. Lessons Learned from the Recent War in Lebanon, by Brig Gen Elias Hanna, Lebanese Army, Ret. After Fidel What Future for U.S.-Cuban Relations by Waltraud Queiser Morales, PhD Battling Terrorism under the Law of War, by Col David A. Wallace, U.S. Army Chile and Argentina From Measures of Trust to Military Integration, by Lt Col Felipe Arancibia-Clavel, Chilean Army Muddy Boots IO The Rise of Soldier Blogs, by Maj Elizabeth L. Robbins, U.S. Army Leadership in Counterinsurgency A Tale of Two Leaders, by Maj Michael D. Sullivan, U.S. Army The Droning of Strategic Communication and Public Diplomacy, by Robert D. Deutsch, PhD Understanding Airmen A Primer for Soldiers, by Maj Gen Charles J. Dunlap Jr., USAF Paper and COIN Exploiting the Enemys Documents, by Maj Vernie Liebl, USMC, Ret. Words Are Weapons...So Use Them Wisely, by Maj Michael D. Jason, U.S. Army and MR Revisited The Surrender Program, by Garry D. Brewer. The issue also contains book reviews and letters to the editor.

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  • Humanities and History
  • Military Forces and Organizations
  • Unconventional Warfare

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