Main topic «Conceptual & Operational Challenges of COIN»
Joint Force Quarterly examines contemporary prominence and theoretical concern for counterinsurgency (COIN) operations.
Some issues are conceptual while others are operational.
Yet each of them impacts the national security debates as to USA ability to effectively conduct: a) the present wars; b) any other conflicts of the future.
Sebastian L.v. Gorka and David Kilcullen
An Actor-centric Theory of War: Understanding the Difference Between COIN and Counterinsurgency
Spacepower and Warfare
Benjamin S. Lambeth
Airpower, Spacepower, and Cyberpower
An Allard Commission Postmortem and the Need for a National Space Council
Mark E. Redden and Michael P. Hughes
Defense Planning Paradigms and the Global Commons
Thomas D. Mayfield III
A Commander's Strategy for Social Media
R. Evan Ellis
Chinese Soft Power in Latin America: A Case Study
Chinese Views on Deterrence
Michael P. Flaherty
Red Wings Ascendant: The Chinese Air Force Contribution to Antiaccess
Robert P. Haffa, Jr., and Michael W. Isherwood
Long-range Conventional Strike: A Joint Family of Systems
Joseph J. Collins
Wanting War: Why the Bush Administration Invaded Iraq
Sam J. Tangredi
Endless War: Middle Eastern Islam vs. Western Civilization
Jeffrey L. Caton
WMD Proliferation: Reforming the Security Sector to Meet the Threat
Edward L. Pearce
Joint Chiefs of Staff J7, Joint Education and Doctrine Division
Jan L. Rueschhoff and Jonathan P. Dunne
Centers of Gravity from the "Inside Out"
Christopher Paul and Colin P. Clarke
Evidentiary Validation of FM 3-24: Counterinsurgency Worldwide, 1978-2008