Civil Affairs


Featured Article: Civil Affairs History and Doctrine: From Military Government to Interagency Partner



Featured Article: Civil Affairs History and Doctrine: From Military Government to Interagency Partner
Featured article: Civil Affairs History and Doctrine: From Military Government to Interagency Partner by Thomas R. Geisinger The 2014 Army Operating Concept (AOC), “Win in a Complex World,” stresses the need for American military power to prevent conflict and shape future wars as much as win them.1 To do this,… Read More

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

Featured Article: Rethinking Civil Affairs



Featured Article: Rethinking Civil Affairs
Featured article: Interagency Qualifications to Address Fragility, or Rethinking Civil Affairs by Kurt E. Müller The defense sector has a long-standing appreciation of the value of whole-of-government approaches to national security challenges. The phrase “all elements of national power” resonates with Department of Defense (DoD) leadership and is a common… Read More

InterAgency Journal 7-1 (Spring 2016)



InterAgency Journal 7-1 (Spring 2016)
Inside this issue: Features The Reality of the So-Called U.S. Pivot to Asia by Joshua A. Parker and David A. Anderson Interagency Qualifications to Address Fragility, or Rethinking Civil Affairs by Kurt E. Müller The Unjustness of the Current Incantation of Jus Post Bellum by Dan G. Cox The Application… Read More