Inside this issue:
In the beginning…
Special Report by Robert Ulin
Solving the Right Problems for Ethical Outcomes
Shannon E. French and Jacob A. Sandstrom
The Decembrist Revolt and its Aftermath: Values in Conflict
Robert F. Baumann
Coding Just War Theory: Artificial Intelligence in Warfare
Dana Gingrich… Read More
Lessons on Collaboration from Recent Conflicts:
The Whole-of-Nation and Whole-of-Government Approaches in Action
by Brett Doyle
Attempts to bring peace and stability in conflict plagued areas have dominated the foreign policy of the United States. In the era of globalization, however, the U.S. is only a single player… Read More
Inside this issue:
The State Department: No Longer a Gatekeeper
by Edward Marks
The End of End State – Strategic Planning Process for the 21st Century
by William J. Davis
Five Lessons for Strengthening Interagency Relationships
by Thomas Kreutzer
The Use of Special Operations in Conflict Resolution:
Assessing the… Read More
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Army General Martin E. Dempsey recently conducted an interview in which he discussed the importance of a whole-of-government approach to issues facing the U.S. and the world. Dempsey has repeatedly pushed for solutions integrating economic, diplomatic, law enforcement, energy, and military instruments of… Read More
October 22, 2014
Join us for an evening lecture and panel discussion that will compare and contrast the war termination measures of the Vietnam war with the current Post-9/11 conflicts of Afghanistan and Iraq...
Inside this issue: A New Era of Conflict Resolution, by Roméo A. Dallaire; The Military Profession and Counter-Genocide Leadership, by Michael H. Hoffman; The Killing Fields, Ethnic Cleansing, and Genocide in Europe, Hal Elliott Wert ...and much more.
Assistant administrator for USAID's Bureau of Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance, discussed USAID's efforts in Africa and how USAID and AFRICOM can better work together to achieve common goals...
by Major Edward Lee Bryan, U.S. Army &
Lieutenant Colonel David Pendall, U.S. Army
For years, the federal government has grappled with the question of how best to consolidate its response to a major crisis—that is, to share relevant information to create unity of purpose while preserving the operational effectiveness of each agency or component...