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77 Publications Found in 2011

Added December 23, 2011
Type: Monograph
Organizational Change in the Russian Airborne Forces: The Lessons of the Georgian Conflict
Authored by Dr. Rod Thornton.
Russia’s best troops are to be found in the Airborne Forces. These were the only Russian troops to emerge with their reputation intact after the conflict with Georgia in 2008. They can represent a formidable foe. This monograph examines the current state of the Airborne Forces and why they might be seen as "formidable."
Added December 19, 2011
Type: Article
Colloquium Brief: Cyber Infrastructure Protection
Authored by Dr. Tarek N. Saadawi, COL Louis H. Jordan, Jr.
Added December 19, 2011
Type: Book
The United States and China in Power Transition
Authored by Dr. David Lai.
Historically, systematic power transitions were settled in war. Can China and the United States avoid a deadly contest and spare the world another catastrophe? What can we expect from China and the United States with respect to the future of international relations?
Added December 16, 2011
Type: Letort Papers
Real Leadership and the U.S. Army: Overcoming a Failure of Imagination to Conduct Adaptive Work
Authored by Colonel John B. Richardson, IV.
This is a case study of a cavalry squadron struggling with operational adaptability. Through this struggle, the study provides a means for analyzing the complexity of organizational leadership in the contemporary security environment. The case study provides an example where hard fought lessons learned resulted in a more holistic approach to leadership, because the leader transcended that of simply being an authority figure, and instead, become a real leader who provided a safe and creative learning environment where the organization was able to tackle and solve complex problems.
Added December 14, 2011
Type: Article
Op-Ed: The West and the Durability and Problems of Monarchies in the Arab Spring
Authored by Dr. W. Andrew Terrill.
Added December 08, 2011
Type: Monograph
The Saudi-Iranian Rivalry and the Future of Middle East Security
Authored by Dr. W. Andrew Terrill.
Saudi Arabia and Iran have often behaved as serious rivals for influence in the Middle East and especially the Gulf area since at least Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution. While both nations define themselves as Islamic, the differences between their foreign policies could hardly be more dramatic. Recently, the rivalry between Riyadh and Tehran has intensified and been reflected in their policies involving a number of regional states including Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, and others.
Added December 01, 2011
Type: Monograph
The Strategic Logic of the Contemporary Security Dilemma
Authored by Dr. Max G. Manwaring.
This monograph is part of a continuing effort to inform the contemporary transnational security debate, move it to the strategic level, and support the best interests of the United States Government and peoples, and also those of the Western Hemisphere and the rest of the world.
Added November 25, 2011
Type: Monograph
Forecasting Zero: U.S. Nuclear History and the Low Probability of Disarmament
Authored by Jonathan Pearl.
Should the United States relinquish its nuclear weapons? This monograph discusses both the technical and political factors related to the future of American nuclear weapons.
Added November 22, 2011
Type: Book
Russian Nuclear Weapons: Past, Present, and Future
Edited by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
A new work by leading Russian, European, and U.S. experts analyzing the multiple issues of force structure, doctrine, strategy, and Russian national security policy connected with Russia’s reliance on nuclear weapons as the main deterrent of threats to its security.
Added November 17, 2011
Type: Book
Chinese Lessons from Other Peoples' Wars
Edited by Dr. Andrew Scobell, Dr. David Lai, Mr. Roy Kamphausen.
The 2010 People's Liberation Army (PLA) conference focused on the lessons learned by the PLA from the military actions and experiences of non-Chinese armed forces over the past 30 years, which the PLA can apply to its own strategic planning.
Added November 15, 2011
Type: Article
Op-Ed: Where Have All the Army Generals Gone?
Authored by Dr. Leonard Wong.
Added October 31, 2011
Type: Monograph
Arms Control and Proliferation Challenges to the Reset Policy
Authored by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
What are the prospects for further progress in the reset policy with Russia regarding arms control and nuclear proliferation by North Korea and Iran? This monograph attempts to postulate where we are, and possibly where we should be going, or will be going, with respect to these issues.
Added October 27, 2011
Type: Article
Op-Ed: China's Aircraft Carrier: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
Authored by Dr. David Lai.
Added October 25, 2011
Type: Article
Economic Transition in Afghanistan: How to Soften a Hard Landing
Authored by Dr. Leif Rosenberger.
Added October 21, 2011
Type: Letort Papers
The Afghanistan Question and the Reset in U.S.-Russian Relations
Authored by Dr. Richard J. Krickus.
The ability of the United States and Russia to cooperate in Afghanistan represents a solid test of their reset in relations. Skeptics in Washington cite the value gap that separates the two sides as well as compelling evidence that the Kremlin is bent on a course of confrontation and not cooperation with the West. Russian critics claim that there is no justification for Moscow to help Washington in what many Kremlin overlords believe is a losing cause.
Added October 18, 2011
Type: Letort Papers
Natural Gas as an Instrument of Russian State Power
Authored by Alexander Ghaleb.
This monograph supports Robert Gates's recent assessment that NATO could face a dim if not dismal future; not because of funding considerations, but because NATO decisions are made by consensus, and many members will be unlikely to side against Russia in the future because of their heavy dependency on Russian Natural Gas.
Added October 03, 2011
Type: Monograph
Mexico's "Narco-Refugees": The Looming Challenge for U.S. National Security
Authored by Dr. Paul Rexton Kan.
Due to the ongoing and brutal drug cartel violence that has gripped portions of Mexico, there has been a rise in the number of Mexican nationals seeking political asylum in the United States to escape the ongoing drug cartel violence in their home country. This monograph focuses on the asylum claims of these "narco-refugees" who are unwillingly leaving Mexico, and it reviews the special challenges that these asylum seekers pose to U.S. national security interests and public safety.
Added September 30, 2011
Type: Monograph
Presidential Succession Scenarios in Egypt and Their Impact on U.S.-Egyptian Strategic Relations
Authored by Gregory Aftandilian.
This monograph explores the critical question of who might succeed President Hosni Mubarak by examining various succession scenarios in Egypt. Given the extensive political, security, and economic ties between the United States and Egypt, the monograph also examines the policy implications of each of these scenarios and makes recommendations for U.S. policymakers.
Added September 22, 2011
Type: Monograph
Puncturing the Counterinsurgency Myth: Britain and Irregular Warfare in the Past, Present, and Future
Authored by Dr. Andrew Mumford.
Far from being the counterinsurgency exemplars that history has benevolently cast them, this monograph posits 10 myths of British counterinsurgency that debunk key elements of British performance in irregular warfare from Malaya to Iraq.
Added September 19, 2011
Type: Article
2011-2012 U.S. Army War College Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL)
Authored by Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II.
Added September 15, 2011
Type: Monograph
Threat Posed by Mounting Vigilantism in Mexico
Authored by Dr. George W. Grayson.
In recent years, the Mexican media has highlighted brutal acts of vigilantism, known as linchamientos or citizen violence, against suspected wrongdoers in their communities. Mobs have torched presumed pedophiles; average citizens have beaten suspected home invaders; and passengers on buses have hit, kicked, and tortured men who have tried to rob them. Is this behavior related to the nation’s bloody drug war? Does it spring from the indifference of police to poor areas? Or is a means for members of an anonymous crowd to release frustrations over persistent unemployment, acute poverty, and ubiquitous corruption?
Added September 12, 2011
Type: Article
Anticipating Contemporary War: How Well Did We Do?
Authored by Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II.
Added September 09, 2011
Type: Article
Profession of Arms — Starfish Metaphor
Authored by COL (R) Charles D. Allen.
Added September 09, 2011
Type: Monograph
Adapting, Transforming, and Modernizing Under Fire: The Mexican Military 2006-11
Authored by Inigo Guevara Moyano.
Over the past 5 years, the Mexican armed forces have been used as the main tools of the government’s national security policy. They have endured attacks from organized crime and criticism from the media and civil society, forcing them to transform, modernize, and adapt to better fulfil their responsibility of protecting the Mexican state and its people.
Added August 31, 2011
Type: Book
National Security Reform 2010: A Midterm Assessment
Edited by Dr. Joseph R. Cerami, Dr. Robert H. Dorff, Matthew Harber.
This book includes a summary report of three panels, along with selected papers, from an April 22, 2010, colloquium in Washington, DC, on “2010: Preparing for a Mid-Term Assessment of Leadership and National Security Reform in the Obama Administration.”
Added August 26, 2011
Type: Article
Colloquium Brief: Kingston Conference on International Security (KCIS-2011): The Changing Arctic: Sovereignty, Resources, and Security
Authored by Dru Lauzon.
Added August 25, 2011
Type: Monograph
China-Latin America Military Engagement: Good Will, Good Business, and Strategic Position
Authored by Dr. R Evan Ellis.
This monograph examines Chinese military engagement with Latin America, finding that the level of such activity is higher than is generally recognized, and has expanded in important ways, with high-level trips by Latin American defense and security personnel, officer exchange programs, growing arms sales, military-relevant space, aviation, and telecommunications collaboration, and a small but important physical presence in the region.
Added August 18, 2011
Type: Article
At Crossroads: Iceland's Defense and Security Relations, 1940-2011
Authored by Einar Benediktsson.
Added August 09, 2011
Type: Article
Op-Ed: The Criminals South of the Border: Lessons from Mexico
Authored by Dr. Max G. Manwaring.
Added August 02, 2011
Type: Article
The Arab Spring and the Future of U.S. Interests and Cooperative Security in the Arab World
Authored by Dr. W. Andrew Terrill.
Added July 21, 2011
Type: Monograph
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the European Union's Common Security and Defense Policy: Intersecting Trajectories
Authored by Mr. Sarwar A. Kashmeri.
The author concludes that NATO is increasingly dysfunctional. Unless it is grafted in a supporting role to the EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP), NATO will soon become irrelevant to transatlantic security needs.
Added July 18, 2011
Type: Letort Papers
Understanding the North Korea Problem: Why It Has Become the "Land of Lousy Options"
Authored by William A Boik.
The U.S. has made little effort to meaningfully engage North Korea over the last decade. What can be done to increase the U.S. understanding of the situation in North Korea and our ability to influence the actions of the North Korean leadership?
Added July 15, 2011
Type: Article
Colloquium Brief: The Energy and Security Nexus: A Strategic Dilemma
Authored by Dr. Carolyn Pumphrey.
Added July 15, 2011
Type: Student (Carlisle) Papers
The Changing Face of Afghanistan, 2001-08
Authored by Colonel Deborah Hanagan.
This paper reviews the broad dimensions of the George W. Bush administration policy and strategy regarding Afghanistan and the fact that it was multilateral, encompassing extensive political, economic, and military efforts, and multinational during the entire period of the administration. It provides broad documentation of the concrete progress made in the country between 2001 and 2008 and addresses the ongoing challenges.
Added July 13, 2011
Type: Monograph
Russia in the Arctic
Edited by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
The Arctic is the newest sphere of international competition for energy and security access. It pits Russia against the other Arctic states. These essays fully explore and analyze what is at stake here and what Moscow has done to increase its capability and influence in the Arctic.
Added July 08, 2011
Type: Monograph
The New Aztecs: Ritual and Restraint in Contemporary Western Military Operations
Authored by Dr. Zhivan Alach.
The Western way of war has come full circle. After centuries, indeed millennia, of evolution toward increased totality and brutality, it has turned back once again to the ritualistic and restrained methods of primitive warfare.
Added July 06, 2011
Type: Article
Colloquium Brief: Conflict Management: A Tool for U.S. National Security Strategy
Authored by Ms. Mackenzie Duelge, Esq., Dr. Volker C. Franke.
Added July 01, 2011
Type: Article
Op-Ed: A National Strategic Narrative and Grand Strategy for the 21st Century
Authored by Dr. Jack A. LeCuyer.
Added June 30, 2011
Type: Monograph
The European Campaign: Its Origins and Conduct
Authored by Dr. Samuel J. Newland, Dr. Clayton K. S. Chun.
Given the significance of World War II and the interest in the European Campaign, the authors offer a fresh look at the operations involved in winning the war in Europe.
Added June 27, 2011
Type: Article
The Arab Upheavals and the Future of the U.S. Military Policies and Presence in the Middle East and the Gulf
Authored by Dr. W. Andrew Terrill.
Added June 17, 2011
Type: Article
Op-Ed: U.S. Intelligence at a Crossroads
Authored by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
Added June 17, 2011
Type: Article
Colloquium Brief: Post-Heroic Warfare?
Authored by Conor Tucker, Erin Fitzgerald.
Added June 17, 2011
Type: Monograph
Resolving Insurgencies
Authored by Dr. Thomas R. Mockaitis.
How do insurgencies end? Through historical analysis of relevant case studies, the author tackles this challenging question, reaching the surprising conclusion that outright victory is seldom the answer.
Added June 15, 2011
Type: Monograph
Military Modernization and the Russian Ground Forces
Authored by Dr. Rod Thornton.
Russia’s political leaders are currently pushing a state- and society-wide process of modernization. How will the deeply conservative Russian military accept and implement those proposed changes?
Added June 09, 2011
Type: Monograph
The Russian Military and the Georgia War: Lessons and Implications
Authored by Dr. Ariel Cohen, Colonel Robert E. Hamilton.
In this monograph, the authors state that Russia planned the war against Georgia in August 2008 aiming for the annexation of Abkhazia, weakening the Saakashvili regime, and prevention of NATO enlargement. According to them, while Russia won the campaign, it also exposed its own military as badly needing reform. The war also demonstrated weaknesses of the NATO and the European Union security systems.
Added June 08, 2011
Type: PKSOI Papers
Defining Command, Leadership, and Management Success Factors within Stability Operations
Authored by Major Dave Fielder.
Stabilization operations have been present across the globe for centuries in many forms. But how have the command, leadership, and management of these operations manifested themselves, and what are the success attributes within this field of study?
Added May 19, 2011
Type: Monograph
Rebuilding Armed Forces: Learning from Iraq and Lebanon
Authored by Dr. Florence Gaub.
Learning from the armed forces of Iraq and Lebanon might not seem the first instinct when it comes to improving post-conflict reconstruction efforts. Yet, the two cases offer useful insight into these processes, what to avoid and what to emphasize.
Added May 16, 2011
Type: Article
Op-Ed: Conventional Arms Control and European Security
Authored by Dr. Jeffrey D. McCausland.
Added May 09, 2011
Type: Book
Cyber Infrastructure Protection
Edited by Dr. Tarek N. Saadawi, COL Louis H. Jordan, Jr.
This book answers several essential questions: What is cyberpower; how do we deal with emerging threats in cyberspace; what are the lessons that have already been learned; and where are the current cyberspace vulnerabilities?
Added May 06, 2011
Type: Letort Papers
The Military's Role in Counterterrorism: Examples and Implications for Liberal Democracies
Authored by Dr. Geraint Hughes.
The Military’s Role in Counterterrorism examines the roles which armed forces have been required to perform by democratic governments involved in combating terrorism, and the problems which can occur as a consequence. It also describes the conditions necessary for successful military engagements against terrorist groups.
Added May 02, 2011
Type: Article
Colloquium Brief: American Society and Its Profession of Arms
Authored by Dr. Leonard Wong.
Added April 25, 2011
Type: Letort Papers
Improvised Explosive Devices in Iraq, 2003-09: A Case of Operational Surprise and Institutional Response
Authored by Brigadier Andrew Smith.
Institutional defense establishments guide the development of national military capabilities. Recent experience suggests that the orthodox approaches that they have evolved to perform this function in nominal peacetime are insufficiently responsive for contemporary threats and challenges.
Added April 19, 2011
Type: Monograph
Central Asian Security Trends: Views from Europe and Russia
Edited by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
The war in Afghanistan has made Central Asia an ever more important strategic theater and one over which many states compete to exert influence. This monograph comprehensively analyzes Russia's efforts to exert its influence in the region through 2010.
Added April 08, 2011
Type: "Of Interest"
Army Strong--Really?
Authored by COL (R) Charles D. Allen, COL (R) Charles D. Allen.
The author outlines the past, present, and future of the Profession of Arms.
Added April 08, 2011
Type: Colloquium Brief
Other People's Wars: PLA Lessons from Foreign Conflicts
Authored by Mr. Daniel Alderman, Mr. Joe Narus.
The 2010 annual People's Liberation Army (PLA) Conference discussed ways to better understand how the PLA may seek to utilize its newly acquired capabilities by asking the question, “What lessons does the PLA appear to have drawn from the conflicts of others, and what might the focus and content of those lessons reveal about modern PLA tactics, doctrines, and intentions?”
Added April 08, 2011
Type: Monograph
Hard Power and Soft Power: The Utility of Military Force as an Instrument of Policy in the 21st Century
Authored by Dr. Colin S. Gray.
The concepts of "hard" and "soft" power are subjected to close critical scrutiny. The author finds the latter is significantly misunderstood and therefore inappropriately assessed as a substitute for the former, the threat or the use of military force.
Added April 06, 2011
Type: Colloquium Brief
A Colloquium on U.S. National Security Policy, Military Strategy: Understanding the Environment for Contemporary Warfare
Authored by Dr. Steve Maxner, Dr. Dennis Patterson, Mr. Dave Lewis.
No problem facing the United States is more important than national security, and no institution is more involved and more affected by this problem than the U.S. military, the U.S. Army in particular. The purpose of this collaboration is to begin a dialogue that can help bridge the gap between two worlds, one where senior U.S. military officers are educated and the other where scholars work on problems that relate to the causes and conduct of war.
Added March 29, 2011
Type: Monograph
Resolving Ethical Challenges in an Era of Persistent Conflict
Authored by Colonel Tony Pfaff.
In this provocative monograph, COL Tony Pfaff argues that the challenges of combating irregular threats have fundamentally challenged the traditional “ethics of war,” and he offers a number of measures and policies that the Army must adopt if it is to not only successfully, but ethically, respond to these challenges.
Added March 28, 2011
Type: Op-Ed
Junior Leader Professional Development — Who Has the Time?
Authored by Dr. Steven Metz.
Each month a member of the SSI faculty writes an editorial for our monthly newsletter. This is the Op-Ed for the April 2011 newsletter.
Added March 25, 2011
Type: Colloquium Brief
Security and Governance: Foundations for International Stability
Authored by Dru Lauzon, Andrew Vine.
This conference was designed to outline strategies for coping with the threat posed to international stability by fragile, failing, or failed states. Presentations outlined various strategies for identifying and ameliorating the security challenges that result from state failure in contemporary international environments.
Added March 21, 2011
Type: Student (Carlisle) Papers
An Evaluation of Counterinsurgency as a Strategy for Fighting the Long War
Authored by LTC Baucum Fulk.
Counterterrorism, support to insurgency, and antiterrorism are each both efficient and sustainable from a military and economic perspective, and each have inherent political concerns, hazards, or constraints. The author maintains that an overall strategy combining counterterrorism and antiterrorism is the best means of employing military forces to counter violent extremism.
Added March 15, 2011
Type: Monograph
Russian Military Politics and Russia's 2010 Defense Doctrine
Edited by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
These three papers illuminate the political struggles among the government and the military in Russia to forge a new defense doctrine and ultimately the 2010 doctrine itself. No analysis of Russian defense or security policy is complete without the understanding and analysis provided here.
Added March 10, 2011
Type: "Of Interest"
Profession of Arms Study Trust Review
Authored by COL (R) Charles D. Allen.
Since trust is the coin of the realm for an Army in a democratic society, it is important that as the Profession of Arms study proceeds that it includes a broad exploration of just what exactly the Army as profession means by the concept of trust.
Added March 10, 2011
Type: Op-Ed
Should ROTC Return to the Ivy League?
Authored by LTC Ernest A. Szabo.
Each month a member of the SSI faculty writes an editorial for our monthly newsletter. This is the Op-Ed for the March 2011 newsletter.
Added March 09, 2011
Type: Monograph
India in Africa: Implications of an Emerging Power for AFRICOM and U.S. Strategy
Authored by Dr. J. Peter Pham.
Little attention has been given to the fact that India is fast becoming one of Africa’s most important partners, not just in the economic realm but also in the political and security sectors. The author argues that, in the context of the broader U.S.-India strategic partnership as well as America’s specific interests in Africa, the United States should welcome India’s contributions to and engage with India on the African continent.
Added March 03, 2011
Type: Colloquium Brief
Brazil's Security Strategy and Defense Doctrine
Authored by Dr. Max G. Manwaring, Andrew Fishman.
Unlike other areas of the world, Brazil has no bloody religious or ethnic conflicts, and its last border conflict took place in the early 19th century. Brazil’s new national defense strategy consists of three principal elements that it hopes to develop: 1) advanced technologies; 2) a space program; and 3) a peaceful nuclear capacity.
Added March 01, 2011
Type: Monograph
Civilian Skills for African Military Officers to Resolve the Infrastructure, Economic Development, and Stability Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa
Authored by Diane E. Chido.
Military retirees in many African countries face uncertain futures. The author suggests that USAFRICOM should include robust engineering programs as a part of its training approach for the region, thereby providing valuable opportunities for retiring service members, improving civil-military relationships, and enhancing economic development and stability.
Added February 25, 2011
Type: Letort Papers
Reforming Military Command Arrangements: The Case of the Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force
Authored by Henrik Bliddal.
Our national security system turns our overall capabilities into active assets, protects us against the threats of an anarchic international system, and makes it possible to exploit its opportunities. Today, however, the system is arguably in dire need of reform.
Added February 18, 2011
Type: PKSOI Papers
A Continuation of Politics by Other Means: The "Politics" of a Peacekeeping Mission in Cambodia (1992-1993)
Authored by Boraden Nehm.
The author addresses the UN Cambodian peacekeeping mission of 1992-93 with a fresh look at peacekeeping theory and doctrine. He provides a unique personal perspective to this rigorous academic study having lived in Cambodia as a child through some of the worst years of fighting and subsequent implementation of peace operations.
Added February 11, 2011
Type: Student (Carlisle) Papers
The Role of Religion in National Security Policy Since 9/11
Authored by Chaplain (COL) Jonathan E Shaw.
Is it possible to wage war against radical Muslim terrorists if your national security policy does not consider religion as power which motivates terrorist behavior? Yes, but you risk being ineffective or inefficient, or both.
Added February 10, 2011
Type: Article
How Smart Economic Strategy Could Strengthen the Afghan Counterinsurgency
Authored by Dr. Leif Rosenberger.
Added February 08, 2011
Type: Article
Is Tunisia Tipping?
Authored by Mr. Warren P. Gunderman.
Added February 01, 2011
Type: Article
Op-Ed: What If They Threw a War and…
Authored by Mr. Lawrence Kaplan.
Added January 31, 2011
Type: Monograph
2010 SSI Annual Strategy Conference Report "Defining War for the 21st Century"
Authored by Dr. Steven Metz, COL Phillip R. Cuccia.
SSI's XXI Strategic Conference convened many of the world's top experts to assess and debate the definition of war and the strategic implications of how it is defined.
Added January 27, 2011
Type: Monograph
The Conflicts in Yemen and U.S. National Security
Authored by Dr. W. Andrew Terrill.
Yemen is not currently a failed state, but it is experiencing huge political and economic problems that can have a direct impact on U.S. interests in the region. More recently, Yemen has also emerged as one of the most important theaters for the struggle against al-Qaeda. Under these circumstances, advancing U.S. interests by helping the Yemenis is a major foreign policy challenge that must be addressed by U.S. strategic leaders.
Added January 25, 2011
Type: Monograph
Civil-Military Relations in Medvedev's Russia
Edited by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
Civil-military relations in Russia are a critical topic in understanding the domestic and foreign policy trajectories of the Russian state. This monograph show how highly undemocratic, and even dangerous, the absence of those democratic controls over the military and the police forces in Russia, when taken together, comprise multiple militaries.
Added January 13, 2011
Type: Article
Coherence and Contrasts
Authored by COL (R) Charles D. Allen.
Added January 10, 2011
Type: Op-Ed
Predictions, Observations, and the Free Lunch
Authored by COL Louis H. Jordan, Jr.
Each month a member of the SSI faculty writes an editorial for our monthly newsletter. This is the Op-Ed for the January 2011 newsletter.

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