Military Review. Volume 87, Number 3, May-June 2007
ARMY COMBINED ARMS CENTER FORT LEAVENWORTH KS
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This issue of Military Review contains the following articles Partnership for the Americas The Human Rights Initiative, by Admiral James Stavridis, et al. -- USSOUTHCOM is the only combatant command with a separate office charged to monitor and coordinate human rights issues The Shia Revival, by Vali Nasr -- The author of the The Shia Revival offers MR readers a condensed version of the argument he puts forth in his widely acclaimed book Fourth Generation Warfare Evolves, Fifth Emerges, by Colonel T.X. Hammes -- changes in the political, economic, social, and technical spheres are making it possible for a super-empowered small group to use new technologies to challenge nation-states Counterinsurgency Diplomacy Political Advisors at the Operational and Tactical Levels, by Dan Green -- In the age of the strategic corporal, it is high time for the tactical POLAD Everything Old is New Again Task Force Phantom in the Iraq War, by Lieutenant Colonel Robert P. Whalen Jr. -- Using cold war doctrine, long-range surveillance LRS companies are meeting an urgent, enduring need in Iraq Committing to Afghanistan The Case for Increasing U.S. Reconstruction and Stablization Aid, by Captain Craig C. Colucci, -- The United States should increase RS aid to Afghanistan immediately, so that Afghanistan does not become a staging ground for terrorist operations Cows, Korans, and Kalashnikovs The Multiple Dimensions of Conflict in the Nuba Mountains of Central Sudan, by Maj. Christopher H. Varhola Managing Counterinsurgency Lessons from Malaya Army IO is PSYOP Influencing More with Less Understanding the Link between Center of Gravity and Mission Accomplishment Of Shoes and Sites Globalization and Insurgency In Defense of Military Public Affairs Doctrine Discouraging Hearts and Minds Democracies and Insurgencies. Insights The Power Equation Using Tribal Politics in Counterinsurgency Ethics and Operations Training the Combatant.
- Unconventional Warfare