Joint Force Quarterly. Number 7, Spring 1995
NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV FORT MCNAIR DC
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Joint Force Quarterly is published for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by the Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, to promote understanding of the integrated employment of land, sea, air, space, and special operations forces. The journal focuses on joint doctrine, coalition warfare, contingency planning, combat operations conducted by the unified commands, and joint force development. This issue includes the following articles Commander in Chief Looks at East Asia The PLA In Search of a Strategic Focus Japan s Emergent Security Policy Assessing the U.S.-North Korea Agreement South Korea s Defense Posture Asian Multilateralism Dialogue on Two Tracks America and the Asia-Pacific Region. The Joint Challenge to Interservice Training Why Goldwater-Nichols Didn t Go Far Enough Joint Intelligence and Uphold Democracy JFACC Taking the Next Step UNAMIR Mission to Rwanda. Joint Education for the 21st Century When Waves Collide Future Conflict and Struggle for the Marianas. Global Presence.
- Government and Political Science
- Military Intelligence
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics