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Joint Force Quarterly 56


13 января 2010
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Issue 56, 1 Quarter 2010


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JFQ Staff Biographies

EDITOR Col David H. Gurney, USMC (Ret)
EXECUTIVE EDITOR Jeffrey D. Smotherman, PhD
SUPERVISORY EDITOR George C. Maerz
VISUAL DESIGN EDITOR Tara J. Parekh
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR Martin J. Peters, Jr.
SENIOR COPY EDITOR Calvin B. Kelley
BOOK REVIEW EDITOR Lisa M. Yambrick
GRAPHIC DESIGN Chris Dunham, Gwynn Fuchs, and Jamie Harvey

Forum

Forum Executive Summary By David H. Gurney
Afghanistan: Context and What’s Next By Volney F. Warner
Winning Afghanistan at the Community Level: A Rejoinder to Volney F. Warner and “C” By Christopher D. Kolenda
A Better War in Afghanistan By John A. Nagl
Unified Effort: Key to Special Operations and Irregular Warfare in Afghanistan By Christopher J. Lamb and Martin Cinnamond
Civil-Military Integration in Afghanistan: Creating Unity of Command By Joshua W. Welle

Special Feature

Interview with Admiral Eric T. Olson, USN, Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command By David H. Gurney and Jeffrey D. Smotherman
U.S. Special Operations: Context and Capabilities in Irregular Warfare By Eric T. Olson
Countering Irregular Threats: The Army Special Operations Contribution By John F. Mulholland, Jr.
Adapting Across the Spectrum of Conflict: The Role of Naval Special Warfare By Edward G. Winters
Mastering the Art of the Possible: The Air Force Special Operations Command By Donald C. Wurster
Forging Marine Special Operators By Mastin M. Robeson

Commentary

Legitimizing Army Psychological Operations By Alfred H. Paddock, Jr.
The Business of War: The Impact of “PLA, Inc.” on Chinese Officers By Dean Cheng
Israel and the Iranian Nuclear Infrastructure By Brent J. Talbot

Features

An Intelligent Theater By James G. Stavridis
The Leavenworth Heresy and the Perversion of Operational Art By Justin Kelly and Michael J. Brennan
Can the Army Become a Learning Organization? A Question Reexamined By Anthony J. DiBella
Pay for Play: Countering Threat Financing By Michael T. Flynn and Simone A. Ledeen
A Joint Staff to Believe In By G. John David and Paul S. Reinhart
Global Insurgency: Myth Or Reality? Point/Counterpoint Introduction
The Struggle Against Global Insurgency By Daniel G. Cox
The Dangers of Mistaking Coherence for Capability By Michael W. Mosser

Recall

Vice Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Leadership of the Joint Requirements Oversight Council By Richard M. Meinhart
Unity of Command in the Pacific During World War II By Phillip S. Meilinger

Book Reviews

The Human Face of War Reviewed by Clinton J. Ancker III
Clausewitz and Contemporary War Reviewed by Thomas Bruscino
To Lead the World: American Strategy after the Bush Doctrine Reviewed by Jordan Michael Smith
Funding Extended Conflicts: Korea, Vietnam, and the War on Terror Reviewed by Richard S. Tracey

Joint Doctrine

Wargaming the Flu By Margaret M. McCown
Joint Doctrine Update By Joint Chiefs of Staff J7 Joint Education and Doctrine Division

JFQ Dialogue

Ambassadors to the World: A New Paradigm for Public Diplomacy and Strategic Communication By Robert D. Deutsch
Public Engagement 101: What Strategic Communication Is, Isn’t, and Should Be By Kristin M. Lord
“Strategic Communication” Is Vague: Say What You Mean By Christopher Paul

Fore and Aft

Front Cover
Back Cover
Table of Contents
From the NDU President
Editor's Executive Summary
Letters to the Editor
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