The Enemy Outside and Within: War and Changes of Leaders and Regimes
Morrow, James (2003-09-26)
James D. Morrow is Professor of Political Science and Senior Research Scientist, Center for Political Studies at the University of Michigan. He is best known for his work applying noncooperative game theory to questions ...
NATO, The Kosovo War and Neoliberal Theory
Kay, Sean (2003-10-02)
Dr. Sean Kay is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and Government at Ohio Wesleyan University. He specializes in U.S. foreign and national security policy, international security, and international ...
This is the Way a War Ends: Korea 1952-1954
Millett, Allan (2011-11-18)
Allan R. Millett is director of the Eisenhower Center for American Studies and Stephen E. Ambrose Professor of History at the University of New Orleans since 2006, and the Raymond E. Mason Jr. Professor Emeritus of Military ...
Paying the Human Costs of War? Public Support and Casualties in the Iraq War
Feaver, Peter (2004-05-04)
Peter D. Feaver is a widely-read expert on issues of nuclear proliferation, civil-military relations, information warfare, and U.S. national security. He is currently Professor of Political Science at Duke University ...
Killing Civilians in War
McMahan, Jeff (2008-10-29)
Jeff McMahan is professor of philosophy at Rutgers University. He specializes in normative ethics; practical ethics, including bioethics and international ethics; and political philosophy. He also works occasionally in ...
Paying the Human Costs of War: American Public Opinion and Military Conflict
Gelpi, Christopher (2011-10-10)
From the Korean War to the current conflict in Iraq, Paying the Human Costs of War examines the ways in which the American public decides whether to support the use of military force. Contrary to the conventional view, ...
The Science Behind COIN: Iraq and Afghanistan as Doctrinal Testbeds
Fischerkeller, Michael (2010-10-07)
Fischerkeller summarized recent and ongoing efforts to develop an evidence-based approach for assessing to what degree operations and capabilities designed for and applied through the Clear, Hold, and Build framework are ...
The War in Afghanistan: What to Expect in 2011
Exum, Andrew (2011-02-03)
Exum discussed what has taken place in Afghanistan since President Obama took office and what to expect from 2011, when U.S. forces are scheduled to begin a transition, to 2014, when that transition is expected to be ...
The War on Terrorism: Are We Safer Today?
Beers, Rand (2003-11-24)
A look at Afghanistan, Iraq, WMD terrorism, the UN and international coalitions, the US approach to the Islamic World, and Homeland Security and Civil Liberties.