Joint Force Quarterly 65

Joint Force Quarterly 65

(2nd Quarter, April 2012)

Emerging Global Insights

  • CNO on Navy's Future
  • Dangers of Inter-Service Rivalry

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JFQ Dialogue

Letters to the Editor

From the Chairman

Resiliency: The Main Ingredient in a Military Household
By Bryan B. Battaglia and Christian R. Macedonia


Executive Summary

The Real Key to Success in Afghanistan: Overlooked, Underrated, Forgotten, or Just Too Hard? 
By Michael D. Fortune

International Terrorism: The Case for Containment
By Julian Lewis

Religion in the Thirty Years’ War and Peace of Westphalia: Relevant to Pakistan Today?
By Michael E. Devine

Between Democracy and Chaos: Indonesia at a Crossroads
By Andrés H. Cáceres-Solari

A Sense of the Enemy: Refocusing Prediction in Military and Foreign Affairs
By Zachary Shore


The Evolution of Saudi Security and Enforcement Policies on Communication
By Naef Bin Ahmed Al-Saud

Global Dispersion, Global Sustainment: A Mandate for a Global Logistics Organization?
By C.V. Christianson

Counterinsurgency: Not a Strategy, But a Necessary Capability
By T.X. Hammes

National Defense University: Building Strategic Relations with Vietnam
By Lewis M. Stern


Sailing the Cyber Sea
By James G. Stavridis and Elton C. Parker III

Sailing into the 21st Century: Operating Forward, Strengthening Partnerships
By Jonathan W. Greenert

Building Resiliency into the National Military Strategy
By David H. Carstens

Emerging from Behind the U.S. Shield: Japan’s Strategy of Dynamic Deterrence and Defense Forces
By Douglas John MacIntyre


Admirals Run Amok: The Danger of Inter-Service Rivalry
By Phillip S. Meilinger

Book Reviews

Exporting Security
Reviewed by Richard S. Tracey

Waging War in Waziristan
Reviewed by Todd M. Manyx

Victorious Insurgencies
Reviewed by Eric Shibuya

The George W. Bush Defense Program
Reviewed by Thomas M. Skypek

Joint Doctrine

Joint Doctrine Update