Volume 1, Issue 2

Contents

  • Reconsidering War's Logic and Grammar

    Antulio J. Echevarria II

    In this article, Dr Antulio Echevarria reconsiders Clausewitz’s analogy of war’s logic and grammar. Although it is often used to support normative arguments regarding war’s subordination to policy, Echevarria holds that it also has some limited utility with regard to contemporary strategy debates, particularly the COIN controversy.

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  • Coping with Nonstate Rivals

    Dr. Eitan Shamir

    In this article, Eitan Shamir investigates the various approaches utilized by both the American and Israeli militaries in dealing with nonstate actors, namely the different groups and organizations in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon and Gaza.

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  • Simon Anglim argues that despite many of the claims made against them in ‘informed’ literature, Special Forces are a major strategic asset, provided they are used properly.

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  • The Cyber realm has been the subject of intense debate and speculation for many years now, but still lacking is a genuine strategic appraisal of what Cyber Power can offer to the strategist. Danny Steed proposes a basic framework intended to open a wider and more genuine strategic discussion of this ever more important realm.

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Volume 1, Issue 2

Volume 1, Issue 2

Spring 2011