Joint Force Quarterly 58

Joint Force Quarterly 58

(2nd Quarter, April 2019)

Tactics in the Cyber Domain

  • Warrior Women
  • Unity of Command and Military Justice

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JFQ Dialogue

2 Letters to the Editor Forum

4 Executive Summary

6 “Africa’s Future Is Up to Africans”: Putting the President’s Words into Action

By William E. Ward and Thomas P. Galvin

13 Misinterpreting Ethnic Conflicts in Africa

By Clement Mweyang Aapengnuo

18 Ethnic Politics, Defense, and Security in “Latin” America

By Martin Edwin Andersen Clan, the State, and War: Lessons from the Far North By Barry S. Zellen

26 Regional Threats: Security Capacity Imperatives in the Caribbean

By Curtis A. Ward

32 The Age of Irregular Warfare: So What?

By Sebastian L.v. Gorka Special Feature

39 Reorienting Grand Strategy: The Promise of Single-equilibrium Defense Planning

By Timothy J. Junio and Jonathan Protz

45 Stabilization Operations: A Successful Strategy for Postconflict Management

By James P. Terry

48 USCYBERCOM: The Need for a Combatant Command versus a Subunified Command

By David M. Hollis

54 The End of Surface Warships

By Thomas E. Shrader

57 Unmanned Systems and the Joint Team

By Michael W. Isherwood Commentary

62 Are We Professionals?

By Kevin M. Bond

69 When Do We Teach the Basics?

By Donald E. Vandergriff

75 The Post-9/11 American Serviceman

By Adam B. Lowther

82 Developing Air Force Strategists: Change Culture, Reverse Careerism

By Scott A. Bethel, Aaron Prupas, Tomislav Z. Ruby, and Michael V. Smith Features

89 Military Dissuasion: A Framework for Influencing PLA Procurement Trends

By Eric Sayers

94 Off and Running: The Middle East Nuclear Arms Race

By Richard L. Russell

100 Through a Jingzi, Darkly

By Dean Cheng Recall

105 Terrorists and Submarines: Lessons for Afghanistan from the Antisubmarine Campaign of World War I

By John T. Kuehn Book Reviews

109 A Tactical Ethic: Moral Conduct in the Insurgent Battlespace Reviewed

by James P. Terry

110 Power and Responsibility: Building International Order in an Era of Transnational Threats Reviewed

by John W. Sutherlin

111 American Civil-Military Relations: The Soldier and the State in a New Era Reviewed

by Robert Daniel Wallace

112 The Tradition of Non-Use of Nuclear Weapons Reviewed

by Jason Wood Joint Doctrine

113 The Social Sciences and Innovation in Gaming

By Margaret M. McCown

115 Joint Doctrine Update

116 Time for the Deconstruction of Field Manual 3–24

By Gian P. Gentile

118 Constructing the Legacy of Field Manual 3–24

By John A. Nagl

121 Freeing the Army from the Counterinsurgency Straitjacket

By Gian P. Gentile

123 Learning and Adapting to Win

By John A. Nagl