Год / месяц: 2019/11-12
Формат: PDF - 46 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 The Geoeconomic Dimensions of Russian Private Military and Security Companies
Maj. Thomas D. Arnold, U.S. Army
In this DePuy writing competition winner, the author explores the geoeconomic dimensions of Russian private military and security companies, their histories, and their implications for U.S. foreign policy and military strategy.
19 Order from Chaos Inside U.S. Army Civil Affairs Activities
Maj. Assad A. Raza, U.S. Army
A civil affairs officer explains why the U.S. Army must invest in the unique capabilities of civil affairs forces to understand and influence civil networks and facilitate interorganizational cooperation in multi-domain operations.
28 Empathetic Leadership Understanding the Human Domain
Chaplain (Maj.) John McDougall, U.S. Army
An Army chaplain argues that today’s military leader must properly understand, develop, and apply empathy to build cohesive teams and make better decisions in future operating environments.
This article was the runner-up in this year’s MacArthur
Leadership Writing Competition.
35 Integration of Women and Gender Perspective into the Myanmar Armed Forces to Improve Civil-Military Relations in Myanmar
Lt. Col. Miemie Winn Byrd, EdD, U.S. Army Reserve, Retired
An expert on U.S.-Myanmar relations discusses how the integration of female service members into the Myanmar armed forces can help that newly democratic country achieve peace and comprehensive security.