Inside this issue: The Need for Interagency Reform: Congressional Perspective and Efforts, by Geoffrey C. Davis and John F. Tierney; Implementing the QDDR, by Edward Marks and Christopher Lamb...and much more.
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Inside this issue: A Ticking Time Bomb, by Joseph I. Lieberman and Susan M. Collins; Swords and Plowshares: DoD and USAID on the Battlefield, by Quy H. Nguyen...and much more.
Inside this issue: What "right" looks like in the Interagency: A Commander's Perspective, by Gen. William "Kip" Ward; Interagency Cooperation: An Ambassador's Perspective, by Thomas J. Miller...and much more.