Marine Corps University Journal, Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2011

Marine Corps University Journal, Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2011
Title:
Marine Corps University Journal, Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2011
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ISBN:
9780160901034
ISSN:
2164-4209
Description

A special collection of works designed specifically to provide broad perspectives on international affairs and security. These works are instructive to the students at the Marine Corps University yet have relevance far beyond the gates of Quantico. Articles, interviews, and book reviews contained in this issue provide an array of scholarship that benefit the military, academic, and policy communities.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents:

President’s Forward..........................................................i

Articles

Understanding Insurgent Intelligence Operations ...................1

by William Rosenau

Doctrine for Irregular Warfare: Déjà Vu All Over Again? .....35

by Wray R. Johnson

Crossing the Lebanese Swamp: Structural and Doctrinal

Implications on the Israeli Defense Forces of Engagement in

the Southern Lebanon Security Zone, 1985–2000 ................67

by Tamir Libel

Forum

je International Response to the 2010 Pakistan Flood: An

Interview with Michael Young of the International Rescue

Committee .............................................................................81

Edited by Kenneth H. Williams

Book Reviews

Command and Development ........................................................100

Moyar, A Question of Command: Counterinsurgency from the

Civil War to Iraq

reviewed by Charles D. Melson/100

Morton, Men on Iron Ponies: We Death and Rebirth of the

Modern U.S. Cavalry

reviewed by David E. Johnson/103

Jablonsky, War by Land, Sea, and Air: Dwight Eisenhower

and the Concept of Unified Command

reviewed by Ingo Trauschweizer/106

Bailey, America’s Army: Making the All-Volunteer Force

reviewed by Janet G. Valentine/108

Cloud and Jaffe, We Fourth Star: Four Generals and the Epic

Struggle for the Future of the United States Army

reviewed by Nicholas J. Schlosser/112

Woodward, Obama’s Wars

reviewed by Robert G. “Butch” Bracknell/116

Echevarria, Clausewitz and Contemporary War

reviewed by Frank G. Hoffman/119

Historical Context .........................................................................122

Moyn, We Last Utopia: Human Rights in History

reviewed by Daniel J. Sargent/122

Immerman, Empire for Liberty: A History of American

Imperialism from Benjamin Franklin to Paul Wolfowitz

reviewed by Joseph A. Fry/125

Springer, America’s Captives: Treatment of POWs from the

Revolutionary War to the War on Terror

reviewed by Richard E. Holl/129

McMeekin, We Berlin-Baghdad Express: We Ottoman

Empire and Germany’s Bid for World Power

reviewed by Jeremy Best/132

Foster, Projections of Power: We United States and Europe in

Colonial Southeast Asia, 1919–1941

reviewed by Andrew Goss/135

Limbaugh, Tungsten in Peace and War, 1918–1946

reviewed by Fredric L. Quivik/138

Brands, Latin America’s Cold War

reviewed by Vanni Pettinà/141

Kaplan, NATO and the UN: A Peculiar Partnership

reviewed by Joyce P. Kaufman/144

Gordon, Invisible War: We United States and the Iraq Sanctions

reviewed by Kimberly Ann Elliott/147

Current Areas of Interest and Engagement...................................150

Barfield, Afghanistan: A Cultural and Political History

reviewed by Amin Saikal/150

Hardy, We Muslim Revolt: A Journey through Political Islam

reviewed by Michael G. Knapp/153

Vidino, We New Muslim Brotherhood in the West

reviewed by Mohamed Nimer/156

Zaeef, My Life with the Taliban

reviewed by Matthew Collins/159

Andreas and Greenhill, eds., Sex, Drugs, and Body Counts:

We Politics of Numbers in Global Crime and Conflict

reviewed by Andrew G. Reiter/162

Audience

This publication would be useful to the military's analysis community, civilian leaders, military commanders and staff officers at all levels, policymakers, members of government and defense agencies/contractors, and members of military-focused committees.  This publication would also be useful to historians and students engaged with historical/political/military studies.

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