InterAgency Journal


The InterAgency Journal (IAJ) is a refereed national security studies journal, and is published quarterly by the Command and General Staff College Foundation Press for the Simons Center for Interagency Cooperation. The IAJ provides a forum to inform a broad audience on matters pertaining to tactical and operational issues of cooperation, collaboration, and/or coordination among and between various governmental departments, agencies, and offices. Each issue of the IAJ contains a number of articles covering a variety of topics, including national security, counterterrorism, stabilization and reconstruction operations, and disaster preparation and response.

The Simons Center will consider all article submissions for the IAJ that involve interagency issues, but is specifically looking for well-written, persuasive articles that espouse views on contemporary interagency topics that improve interagency operations and add to the development of interagency leaders.

Prospective authors are encouraged to submit their works after a review of the Simons Center Writer’s Submission Guidelines and the Simons Center Interagency Research Topics list. Manuscripts may be submitted online through the Contribute Content page or by contacting editor@thesimonscenter.org.

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InterAgency Journal 8-1 (Winter 2017)



InterAgency Journal 8-1 (Winter 2017)
Inside this issue: Features NORAD: A Model to Address Gaps in U.S.-Mexico Security Coordination by Patti Bielling The Tumultuous Recent History of U.S. Stabilization and Reconstruction Efforts: The Way Ahead? by David A. Anderson Civil Affairs History and Doctrine: From Military Government to Interagency Partner by Thomas R. Geisinger Moral… Read More

InterAgency Journal 7-3 (Fall 2016)



InterAgency Journal 7-3 (Fall 2016)
Inside this issue: Features A Framework for Success: Maximizing Collaborations between Federal Organizations by Caroline R. Earle, Deena S. Disraelly and Robert A. Zirkle Developing a Culture of Questioning or Don’t Tell, Do Ask by Ted Thomas and James Thomas Killing Kids: An Interagency Problem by John R. Bennett, Nicholas… Read More

InterAgency Journal 7-2 (Summer 2016)



InterAgency Journal 7-2 (Summer 2016)
Inside this issue: Features Through the Looking Glass: The Reflectionism Theory of International Relations by Terron Wharton The Impact of Worldviews on Training and Education in Iraq and Afghanistan by Ted A. Thomas and Seth George “Out of Sync” – U.S. Africa Command and Recent Interagency Challenges by William Denn,… Read More