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PRISM: A Journal of the Center for Complex Operations (Volume 7, No. 4)   [open pdf - 3MB]

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.

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2018
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Public Domain
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National Defense University, Center for Complex Operations: http://www.cco.ndu.edu/
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PRISM (2018), v.7 no.4
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