Antulio Echevarria

Antulio Echevarria

Editorial Advisory Panel

Professor Antulio J. Echevarria II is the Editor of the US Army War College Quarterly, Parameters. He has over 20 years of experience in the U.S. Army, having served in a number of command and staff assignments, including Director of Research for the US Army War College, and has held a NATO Fulbright. He is the author of the forthcoming book Reconsidering the American Way of War: US Military Practice from the Revolution to Afghanistan (Georgetown University Press); Clausewitz and Contemporary War; Imagining Future War; and After Clausewitz: German Military Thinkers Before the Great War; among many other articles, essays, and monographs. Professor Echevarria is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College. He has been a Visiting Fellow at Oxford University's Changing Character of War Programme. Professor Echevarria holds a Master's and Doctorate in history from Princeton University.

Publications

Books

Reconsidering the American Way of War: US Military Practice from the Revolution to Afghanistan (Georgetown University Press: Georgetown, 2014)

Clausewitz and Contemporary War, (Oxford: OUP Oxford, 2007)

Imagining Future War: The West's Technological Revolution and Visions of Wars to Come, 1880-1914, (US: Praeger Publishers Inc., 2007)

After Clausewitz: German Military Thinkers Before the Great War, (University Press of Kansas, 2001)

Globalization and the Nature of War, (Diane Pub Co., 2004)

Key Strategic Issues List, July 2008, (Edited by Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II.)

2006 Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL), (Edited by Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II.)

2005 Key Strategic Issues List (KSIL), (Edited by Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II.)

The Army and Homeland Security: A Strategic Perspective, March 1, 2001

 

Monographs, Articles and Reports (abridged list)

"Does War Have its Own Logic After All?" Infinity Journal, Volume 3, Issue No. 3, Fall 2013

"Op-Ed: Is Strategy Really A Lost Art?", Strategic Studies Institute, 13 September 2013. 

“El Alamein, 1942: Rommel’s Anti-Climax”, Infinity Journal, IJ Special Edition, “Strategic Misfortunes”, October 2012, pages 12-15.

“Reconsidering War’s Logic and Grammar”, Infinity Journal, Spring 2011

“Preparing for One War and Getting Another?” September 23, 2010

“Candidly, One Friend to Another”, September 02, 2010

“War's Second Grammar”, October 02, 2009

“Strategic Implications of Emerging Technologies”, June 18, 2009

“Dueling Natures”, October 01, 2008

“Wars of Ideas and the War of Ideas”, June 12, 2008

“Challenging Transformation's Clichés”, January 10, 2007

“Transformation's Uncontested Truths”, November 03, 2006

‘Fourth-Generation War and Other Myths”, November 1, 2005

“The Problem with Fourth-Generation War”, February 01, 2005

“Strategic Deception in Modern Democracies: Ethical, Legal, and Policy Challenges”, (Edited by Dr. Carolyn Pumphrey, Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II.), January 26, 2004

“Toward an American Way of War’, March 1, 2004

“An American Way of War or a Way of Battle?” January 01, 2004

From "Defending Forward" to a "Global Defense-In-Depth": Globalization and Homeland Security. (Authored by Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II, Prof. Bert B.), October 1, 2003

“Clausewitz's Center of Gravity: Changing Our Warfighting Doctrine--Again!” September 1, 2002

“Rapid Decisive Operations: An Assumptions-Based Critique”, November 1, 2001

“Toward a Strategy of Positive Ends”, (Authored by Dr. Antulio J. Echevarria, II, Brigadier General (Ret.) Huba Wass de Czege.), September 1, 2001