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JFQ 63 (4th Quarter, October 2011)

JFQ 63 (4th Quarter, October  2011)

This issue focuses on the future of defence

The issue presents among other thingsfive articles by authors with different views on the future of national security, force structure, and defense strategy. Thus, RAND researchers Paul Davis and Peter Wilson discuss the nearterm crisis in defense planning and stress "the need for rigorous and competitive exploration and competition of ideas". Next, Douglas Macgregor offers an insightful concept that he believes would meet most of the constraints Davis and Wilson discuss. Mark Gallagher and Kent Taylor, suggest a new method to evaluate alignment of the DOD budget with combatant command operational requirements. Gallagher and Taylor provide insights on how their proposal could be implemented while identifying the advantages and risks in doing so.Next, two 2011 National War College graduates, Commander Peter Phillipsand Colonel Charles Corcoran provide a new approach to the U.S. national security structure that seeks to solve the continuing problem of achieving an efficient and effective coordinated executive branch response to a national crisis. The final article, by recent Naval War College graduate Colonel Sean Larkin takes on the issue of "tailored deterrence," arguing that this concept and our current joint doctrine are out of step with the canon of existing deterrence theory.


Letters to the Editor

Andrew Marble
In Memoriam: How General John Shalikashvili "Paid It Forward" to 500,000 Others

An Interview with Norton A. Schwartz

Paul K. Davis and Peter A. Wilson
The Looming Crisis in Defense Planning

Douglas A. MacGregor
Thoughts on Force Design in an Era of Shrinking Defense Budgets

Peter C. Phillips and Charles S. Corcoran
Harnessing America's Power

Mark A. Gallagher and M. Kent Taylor
Linking Military Service Budgets to Commander Priorities

Sean P. Larkin
Cracks in the New Jar: The Limits of Tailored Deterrence

Häly Laasme
Estonia: Cyber Window into the Future of NATO

Lukas Milevski
Stuxnet and Strategy: A Space Operation in Cyberspace

Why Iran Didn't Admit Stuxnet Was an Attack

Winners of the 2011 Writing Competitions

Justin C. Davey
Enduring Attraction: America's Dependence On and Need to Secure Its Supply of Permanent Magnets

Steve Coonen
The Empire's Newest New Clothes: Overrating China

Daniel S. Larsen
U.S.-China Relations: No Need to Fight

Alexs Thompson
Religious Leader Engagement in Southern Afghanistan

Brent C. Bankus and James Kievit
Vietnam and Iraq: Learning From the Past?

Brent C. Bankus and James Kievit
Vietnam and Iraq: Learning From the Past?

James G. Stavridis
Read, Think, Write: Keys to 21st-century Security Leadership

Douglas Waters
Understanding Stategic Thinking and Developing Strategic Thinkers

Michael J. Grismer, Jr.
Transforming the Civil Reserve Air Fleet in a Fiscally Constrained Environment

Scott A. Carpenter
The Joint Officer: A Professional Specialist

Mark McGuire
Pulling Back the Curtain: Developing Strategic Thinkers at ICAF

R.D. Hooker, Jr.
Operation Enduring Freedom X: CJTF-82 and the Future of COIN

Douglas Peifer
Book Review: Clausewitz Reconsidered

Francis P. Sempa
Book Review: Dangerous Times? The International Politics of Great Power Peace

Tiffany G. Petros
Book Review: Beer, Bacon, and Bullets: Culture in Coalition Warfare from Gallipoli to Iraq

Brian R. Salmans
Book Review: Cyberdeterrence and Cyberwar

Michael Wastila
Improving Joint Fires for Special Operations: A Mandate for the Joint Force Fires Coordinator

Michael Wastila
Improving Joint Fires for Special Operations: A Mandate for the Joint Force Fires Coordinator

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