US Army War College Quarterly
Spring 2005, Vol. XXXV, No. 1


From the Editor  (.htm format) (.pdf format)


“We Have Not Correctly Framed the Debate on Intelligence Reform,” by Saxby
Chambliss  (.htm format) (.pdf
format
)

“How Has War Changed Since the End of the Cold War?” by Colin S. Gray  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

“Demographic Trends and Military Recruitment: Surprising Possibilities,” by
George H. Quester  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Shaping Strategy for a New Era

“Intervention, Stabilization, and Transformation Operations: The Role of
Landpower in the New Strategic Environment,” by Steven Metz and Raymond Millen 
(.htm format) (.pdf
format
)

“Lessons from a Successful Counterinsurgency: The Philippines, 1899-1902,” by
Timothy K. Deady  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

“The Origins of al Qaeda’s Ideology: Implications for US Strategy,” by
Christopher Henzel  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

“The Media as an Instrument of War,” by Kenneth Payne  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

“Cognitive Readiness in Network-Centric Operations,” by Nancy J. Wesensten,
Gregory Belenky, and Thomas J. Balkin  (.htm format)
(.pdf format)


Commentary & Reply  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Editor’s Shelf  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Review Essay (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Book Reviews  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Off the Press  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

From the Archives  (.htm format) (.pdf format)


Parameters, a refereed journal of ideas and issues, provides a forum
for the expression of mature professional thought on the art and science of land
warfare, joint and combined matters, national and international security
affairs, military strategy, military leadership and management, military
history, ethics, and other topics of significant and current interest to the US
Army and Department of Defense. It serves as a vehicle for continuing the
education and professional development of USAWC graduates and other senior
military officers, as well as members of government and academia concerned with
national security affairs.