Military History

Counterinsurgency Wars and the Anglo-American Alliance

Andrew Mumford challenges the notion of a "special relationship" between the United States and United Kingdom in diplomatic and military affairs, the most vaunted and, he says, exaggerated of assoc

Israel's Long War with Hezbollah

The ongoing conflict between Israel and the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah is now in its fourth decade and shows no signs of ending. Raphael D.

Other People's Wars

Case studies explore how to improve military adaptation and preparedness in peacetime by investigating foreign wars

The Russian Understanding of War

This book analyzes the evolution of Russian military thought and how Russia's current thinking about war is reflected in recent crises.

Transforming US Intelligence for Irregular War

When Joint Special Operations Command deployed Task Force 714 to Iraq in 2003, it faced an adversary unlike any it had previously encountered: al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI).

From Quills to Tweets

While today's presidential tweets may seem a light-year apart from the scratch of quill pens during the era of the American Revolution, the importance of political communication is eternal.

The Marines, Counterinsurgency, and Strategic Culture

The United States Marine Corps has a unique culture that ensures comradery, exacting standards, and readiness to be the first to every fight.

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