V.50 #3 Autumn 2020; Parameters

V.50 #3 Autumn 2020; Parameters
V.50 #3 Autumn 2020; Parameters
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Parameters is a Quarterly periodical featuring commentary from a variety of military author-experts to educate and inform military and civilian leadership about timely and important subjects from military operations to issues facing U.S leadership globally.

Subscription price covers issues for 1 year. Subscription service begins with the issue current when the order is processed. Copies of the latest 2 issues are retained in stock for individual purchase. Single copy, $17.00; foreign single copy, $23.80. Provides a forum for expression of professional thought on the art and science of warfare, national and international security, military history, strategy, leadership, and management. PAR. File Code 2R. ISSN 0031-1723. Item 325-K.

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Special Commentary 5

5 Disintegrating the Enemy: The PLA’s Info-Messaging

17 Enduring Information Vigilance: Government after COVID-19

33 The COVID-19 Enemy is Still Advancing

45 Two Worlds: African American Servicemembers, WWII and Today

57 Toward a Racially Inclusive Military

71 Technology and Strategic Surprise: Adapting to an Era of Open Innovation

85 A Bizarre Pair: Counterinsurgency Lessons for Cyber Conflict 

95 Training Better Arab Armies \ The US Army and the Pacific

Autumn 2020 Reviews & Replies

121 On “Military Anthropology”

125 The Author Replies 

127 On “Social Media Warriors: Leveraging a New Battlespace”

133 The Authors Reply  Book Reviews Defense Studies

139 The Irrational Terrorist & Other Persistent Terrorism Myths 

141 The Hell of Good Intentions: America’s Foreign Policy Elite and the Decline of U.S. Primacy 

143 Bombs Without Boots: The Limits of Airpower  

145 The Dragons and the Snakes: How the Rest Learned to Fight the West

148 Global Data Shock: Strategic Ambiguity, Deception, and Surprise in an Age of Information Overload

150 Deglobalization and International Security

152 The U.S. Army and the Battle for Baghdad: Lessons Learned—And Still to Be Learned

154 The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere: When Total Empire Met Total War 

156 Contemporary Security Issues in Africa 

158 Hunter Liggett: A Soldier’s General


Members of the military (active and reserve), military leaders and tacticians, the Department of Defense, staff of defense agencies and defense contractors, and members of academia involved in warfare studies would be interested in this publication. In addition, Veterans and military enthusiasts from the general public would enjoy this publication.

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