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UNDERSTANDING MILITARY STRATEGY A PRIMER  By Directorate of Doctrine Training and Doctrine Division, HQ Integrated Defence Staff

The word „Strategy‟ has originated from the Greek word „strategia‟.It is a word of “military origin” but now it is used all – over especially in the corporate world. Military Strategy is a “plan of coherent actions” to achieve National Military/Defence Objectives in accordance with National Military Policy Directive (ie RM‟s Op Directive ) in support of our National ...Read more >

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STRATEGY AND HISTORY: ESSAYS ON THEORY AND PRACTICE  By Colin S. Gray

Strategy is the bridge between military power and political purpose. Its state of repair is highly variable. Moreover, although it is a bridge that must allow twoway traffic between tasking from policy and evidence on military feasibility, it is the former that must dominate. When policy fails to command it finds itself the servant of warfare, the reverse of the only legitimate terms of the ...Read more >

249 Pages
2.40 MB
THE COMPLEAT STRATEGYST  By J. D. Williams

It is all too clear at this moment that there ate many ways for a book to begin and most of those in plain sight are transparently bad. We are tantalized by the tohought that somewhere among them may lie hidden a few having such noble qualities as these: The readers are informed - perhaps without suspecting it, though in the clearest prose - or what the writer intends to discuss ...Read more >

286 Pages
7.90 MB
THE EVOLUTION OF THE GLOBAL SOF ENTERPRISE FROM A PARTNER PERSPECTIVE  By Lieutenant Colonel Asbjrn Lysgrd

Military leaders of all branches and departments confront foreign policy on behalf of their governments, developing capacities and resilience to win the current fight against an ...Read more >

21 Pages
1.46 MB
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MILITARY STUDIES  By Major Paul Tremblay Jr

A common misunderstanding and over-simplification of Boyds ideas has crept in over time, leading to an increasing emphasis on absolute speed and efficiency over relative speed and ...Read more >

40 Pages
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OBSERVING THE ASSESSMENT OF RESEARCH INFORMATION BY PEER REVIEWERS, NEWSPAPER REPORTERS, AND POTENTIAL GOVERNMENTAL AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL USERS: INTERNATIONAL PEACE PROJECT IN THE MIDDLE EAST  By Carla Linton Brown

Success in U.S. foreign policy has to some extent depended on the ability of policy makers to examine and step beyond their assumptions about what is true and practical. Observers over the years have noted, ...Read more >

295 Pages
2.54 MB
THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS TWENTY YEARS ON  By J. PAUL BARKER

The late professor Samuel P. Huntington is among the most prolific and influential political scientists of his generation. Yet, for many he is known, not for his work on understanding civil-military ...Read more >

27 Pages
1.28 MB
CLEARING THE FOG OF LAW   By Richard Ekins

The British military is now thoroughly entangled in the net of human rights law often to the benefit of our countrys adversaries. The British armed forces remain the most accomplished in ...Read more >

52 Pages
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THE FUTURE OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN A DIGITAL AGE: EXPLORING IMPACTS AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT  By Jon Gregson, John M. Brownlee

This is an Open Access publication distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source ...Read more >

78 Pages
1.89 MB
CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION BY FEDERAL AGENCIES: AN ANALYSIS OF PLANS AND ISSUES FOR CONGRESS   By Jane A. Leggett

Though Congress has debated the significance of global climate change and what federal policies, if any, should address them, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) since 2013 has identified the changing climate ...Read more >

104 Pages
2.41 MB
DYNAMICS OF THE MAGHREB S GEOPOLITICS IN 2014  By Kamal Qsiyer

A number of elections were held in the Maghrebs countries in 2014, reflecting the significant, though highly varied, political transformations taking place in the greater ...Read more >

13 Pages
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ARMY MUSIC  

ATP 1-19, Army Music, is the key doctrinal publication of Army Music and replaces ATTP 1-19, U.S. Army Bands. This manual provides an overview of the role, function, organization, and guidance for Army Music. ...Read more >

48 Pages
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THE REFORM OF MILITARY EDUCATION:TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER  By by Joan Johnson-Freese

Joan Johnson-Freese is a Professor and former Chair of National Security Affairs at the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island. This article draws from and expands on points made in two earlier articles: Teach Tough, Think Tough: Why Military Education Must Change, ...Read more >

19 Pages
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IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER  By Keren Yarhi-Milo

How do policymakers infer the long-term political intentions of their states adversaries? This question has important theoretical, historical, and political ...Read more >

45 Pages
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INTERNATIONAL SHIFTS AND THEIR SECURITY IMPACT ON THE GULF: KEY TRENDS AND KEY NUMBERS  By Anthony H. Cordesman

It is certainly true that the US has had good reason to become more cautious about the end of history, the use of force, the impact of globalism, and trying to transform nations like Afghanistan and ...Read more >

14 Pages
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