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Military Review №2 2018
[ ] 01.03.2018, 18:02

Military Review


 Год / месяц: 2018/3-4

Номер: 2
Страниц: 148
Язык: Английский
Формат: PDF -  27 MB

The Military Review provides an established and well regarded Army forum to stimulate original thought and debate on topics related to the art and science of land warfare.

6 What Kind of Victory for Russia in Syria?
Michael Kofman, Matthew Rojansky, JD
The author describes Russian actions during its intervention in Syria and discusses in detail whether Russia succeeded in meeting its military and political goals in that conflict.
24 Diasporas, Foreign Governments, and American Politics
Samuel P. Huntington, PhD
In this excerpt from Who Are We? The Challenges to America’s National Identity, a former Harvard University political scientist discusses diasporas, how they are exploited by their home countries, and how they affect U.S. foreign policy.
40 Russian Diaspora as a Means of Russian Foreign Policy
Öncel Sencerman
In a companion piece to the Huntington article, a Turkish PhD candidate describes how Russia is using its diaspora as an instrument of foreign policy in the former Soviet republics.
50 Rethinking the U.S. Army Infantry Rifle Squad
Maj. Hassan Kamara, U.S. Army
The author uses Sir Michael Howard’s dimensions of war (operational, technological, logistical, and social) to analyze how changes in military affairs and human society, as well as projections about future war, warrant reconsideration and change to the makeup of the current infantry squad.


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