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PRISM 2, no. 3, June 2011

PRISM 2, no. 3, June 2011

PRISM 2, no. 3, June 2011
A Journal of the Center for Complex Operations

The United States will face a myriad of new strategic challenges and opportunities in the 21st century that will test its capability and capacity to succeed in an increasingly competitive, dynamic, and uncertain operating environment. A key component to success in future stability operations will be the ability to interpret the seemingly chaotic series of weak global signals and environmental stimuli to draw logically valid connections and conclusions to recognize obstacles and opportunities in advance. Equally important will be the capability, capacity, and will to leverage the appropriate balance of national power in a coordinated, synchronized, and focused manner to mitigate risk and exploit opportunities.

While resourcing will continue to be an important component in this equation, the onus is on the U.S. Government to set the conditions now to shape success in the future. The single most important prerequisite for the assured success of future stability operations will be the ability to foster the conditions required to achieve a comprehensive whole-of-government approach that is forged from unity of effort and purpose across the depth and breadth of the government. This will require a cultural shift among key governmental stakeholders to foster an environment where mutually vested cooperation and coordination are the standard, rather than the exception. Robert L. Caslen, Jr., and Bradley S. Loudon. Forging a Comprehensive Approach to Counterinsurgency Operations


Robert L. Caslen, Jr., and Bradley S. Loudon
Forging a Comprehensive Approach to Counterinsurgency Operations

Douglas Farah
Terrorist-Criminal Pipelines and Criminalized States: Emerging Alliances

Robert Killebrew
Criminal Insurgency in the Americas and Beyond

Stephen D. Krasner
International Support for State-building: Flawed Consensus

Franklin D. Kramer
Irregular Conflict and the Wicked Problem Dilemma: Strategies of Imperfection

Max G. Manwaring
Three Lessons from Contemporary Challenges to Security

James Jay Carafano
Five Missteps in Interagency Reform - And What to Do About Them

James W. Derleth and Jason S. Alexander
Stability Operations: From Policy to Practice

David C. Becker
Gangs, Netwar, and "Communiter Counterinsurgency" in Haiti

Andrew Leith
The Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands

Steven Mains adn Gil Ad Ariely
Learning While Fighting: Operational Knowledge Management That Makes a Difference

An Interview with David Petraeus

James N. Soligan
Book Review: How Wars End: Why We Always Fight the Last Battle

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