This edition of PRISM features the following articles: "NATO's Adaptation in an Age of Complexity" by Denis Mercier; "The Fight So Far" by Michael K. Nagata; "The Mandate to Innovate" by Christina Monaco; "Examining Complex Forms of Conflict: Gray Zone and Hybrid Challenges" by Frank G. Hoffman; "Post-Conflict Stabilization: What Can We Learn from Syria?" by Michael Ratney; "Economic and Financial Sanctions in U.S. National Security Strategy" by Jill Jermano; "Learning and Innovation: Jordan at the 'Crossroads of Armageddon'" by Beth E. Cole; "The Machine Beneath: Implications of Artifical [sic] Intelligence in Strategic Decisionmaking [sic]" by Matthew Price, Stephen Walker, and Will Wiley; and "High North and High Stakes: The Svalbard Archipelago Could be the Epicenter of Rising Tension in the Arctic" by Michael Zimmerman; "Wildlife and Drug Trafficking, Terrorism, and Human Security" by Vanda Felbab-Brown; and "Sending in the Cavalry: The Growing Militarization of Counterterrorism in Southeast Asia" by See Seng Tan. This edition of PRISM also contains an interview and three book reviews.
National Defense University, Center for Complex Operations: http://www.cco.ndu.edu/
PRISM (2018), v.7 no.4