Joint Force Quarterly 64

Joint Force Quarterly 64

(2nd Quarter, April 2019)

New Security Challenges

  • Saudi Cyber Strategy
  • Remembering General Shali

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JFQ Dialogue

Letter to the Editor

From the Chairman

Total Commitment to the Total Force
By Bryan B. Battaglia


Executive Summary

An Interview with James F. Amos

The Joint Enabling Capabilities Command: A Rarity within the Conventional Force
By Walter E. Carter, Jr.

Joint Task Force Odyssey Dawn: A Model for Joint Experience, Training, and Education
By Gregory K. James, Larry Holcomb, and Chad T. Manske

SpaceCRAF: A Civil Reserve Air Fleet for Space-based Capabilities
By David C. Arnold and Peter L. Hays

Special Feature

War Is a Moral Force: Designing a More Viable Strategy for the Information Age
By Peter D. Fromm, Douglas A. Pryer, and Kevin R. Cutright

The Future of Influence in Warfare
By Dennis M. Murphy

Security Cooperation: A New Functional Command
By Randal M. Walsh


The Civil-Military Gap Need Not Become a Chasm
By Ike Skelton

Integrating Human Rights and Public Security: The Challenges Posed by the Militarization of Law Enforcement
By Rebecca Bill Chavez

A Saudi Outlook for Cybersecurity Strategies Extrapolated from Western Experience
By Naef Bin Ahmed Al-Saud


Military Confrontation on the Korean Peninsula
By Kongdan Oh and Ralph Hassig

Assessing Chinese Intentions for the Military Use of the Space Domain
By Paul Oh

“Going Out”: Is China’s Skillful Use of Soft Power in Sub-Saharan Africa a Threat to U.S. Interests?
By JoAnne Wagner

Slicing the Onion Differently: Seapower and the Levels of War
By Robert C. Rubel

The High-energy Laser: Tomorrow’s Weapon to Improve Force Protection
By Aaron Angell

Targeted Killing, the Law, and Terrorists: Feeling Safe?
By Mark David Maxwell

Interagency Dialogue

U.S. Strategy in Southeast Asia: Power Broker, Not Hegemon
By David J. Greene


How Are Great Leaders Made? Lessons from the Career of General John Shalikashvili (1936–2011)
By Andrew Marble

Book Reviews

In War’s Wake
Reviewed by David A. Anderson

The Diffusion of Military Power
Reviewed by Clark Capshaw

A Transformation Gap?
Reviewed by Alex Grynkewich

The Clausewitz Delusion
Reviewed by John T. Kuehn

Red Star Over the Pacific
Reviewed by Eric Setzekorn

Joint Doctrine

Joint Force Development Vision: Adapting to New and Future Realities
By George J. Flynn