Everyone Else is They: A New Framework for Operational Culture
by Megan Kraushaar
I t is unlikely that the conflicts the U.S. military and intelligence communities will face in the future will be simple, conventional clashes. Rather, horizontal and vertical integration of the world add layers of complexity… Read More
Why We Can’t All Just Get Along: Overcoming Personal Barriers to Inter-organizational Effectiveness
by William J. Davis, Jr.
DoD placed Pakistan and India in separate geographic combatant commands in order to foster U.S. military relationships with each country, given their history of tension and conflict. In contrast, State… Read More
Inside this issue: Losing Lessons at the Water’s Edge, Benjamin Cabana; Deep Analysis: Designing Complexity Into Our Understanding of Conflict, Thomas G. Matyók, Hannah Rose Mendoza and Cathryne Schmitz... and much more.
This essay discusses the need for U.S. government agencies to develop a ground-level understanding and execution in its expeditionary interagency professionals in order to synchronize broader institutional reforms. The author posits that the teams that have defined the expeditionary interagency since 9/11...