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US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters [Autumn 2014]   [open pdf - 3MB]

This edition of "Parameters" from the US Army War College contains the following features: "Renewing the Motivational Power of the Army's Professional Ethic" by Don M. Snider; "Understanding the Strengths and Vulnerabilities of ISIS [Islamic State of Iraq and Syria]" by W. Andrew Terrill; "Priming Strategic Communications: Countering the Appeal of ISIS" by David S. Sorenson; "Towards a Regional Strategy Contra ISIS" by Ross Harrison; "The Jordanian Military: A Key Regional Ally" by Dana El Kurd; "NATO's New Trajectories after the Wales Summit" by John R. Deli; "Assessing NATO's Eastern European 'Flank'"; by Luis Simón; "Crimea and Russia's Strategic Overhaul" by Kristin Ven Bruusgaard; "Reforming the Afghan Security Forces" by Daniel Glickstein and Michael Spangler; "Hacking Back: Not the Right Solution" by Emilio Iasiello, "The Age of Digital Conflict: A Review Essay" by José de Arimatéia da Cruz; and "Whose Breach, Whose Trust?" by Kimberly Field.

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2014
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Public Domain
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Strategic Studies Institute: http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/
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US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters (Autumn 2014), v.44 no.3
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