Issue 108 1st Quarter 2023; Jfq: Joint Force Quarterly

Issue 108 1st Quarter 2023; Jfq:  Joint Force Quarterly
Issue 108 1st Quarter 2023; Jfq: Joint Force Quarterly
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Joint Force Quarterly is designed for national security professionals in and out of the U.S. Government to promote understanding of the integrated employment of land, sea, air, pace, and special operations forces. This journal focuses on joint doctrine, integrated operations, coalition warfare, contingency planning, military operations conducted across the spectrum of conflict, and joint force development. Issue 108, 1st Quarter 2023.

The journal is published for the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, by the Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University.

Quarterly periodical. Subscription price covers issues for 1 year. Single copy, $15.00; foreign single copy, $21.00. File Code 2R. JFQ.

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Table of Contents

Forum 2 Executive Summary

4 Assessing the Trajectory of Biological Research and Development in the Russian Federation 

16 Havana Syndrome: Directed Attack or Cricket Noise? 

21 The Narrative Policy Framework in Military Planning

29 Choosing Your Problems 

37 Cultural Change, Tuition-Free College, and Comprehensive Health Care: Emerging Challenges to National Defense?

45 Security Cooperation for Coastal Forces Needs U.S. Coast Guard Leadership 

Features 50 America’s Special Operations Problem

56 Beyond a Credible Deterrent: Optimizing the Joint Force for Great Power Competition 

67 Army Sustainment Capabilities: Instrumental to the Joint Force in the Indo-Pacific Region

75 America Must Engage in the Fight for Strategic Cognitive Terrain 

87 British Successes in 19th-Century Great Power Competition: Lessons for Today’s Joint Force 

Reviews 97 War Transformed

98 Is Remote Warfare Moral?

99 The Age of AI

Doctrine 101 The Joint Force Remains Ill Prepared to Consolidate Gains  




Members of the military, policymakers, governmental workers and contractors, defense contractors, agencies combatting terrorism, students and teachers interested in how the different branches of the military work together and with allies (particularly political science, governmental, and military studies), and military enthusiasts will enjoy this informative publication.

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