Joint Force Quarterly 69

Joint Force Quarterly 69

(2nd Quarter, April 2013)

Reorganizing National Security

  • Transnational Crime Threat
  • Sea Power to Cyber Power

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From the Chairman


Executive Summary

Victory, Peace, and Justice: The Neglected Treaty
By Beatrice Heuser

Organization Theories: Perspectives on Changing National Security Institutions
By Anthony J. DiBella

Goldcorp Crowdsourcing: An Industry Best Practice for the Intelligence Community?
By Jesse Roy Wilson

Fostering Constructive Dialogue on Military Sexual Assault
By Lindsay L. Rodman


Confronting Transnational Organized Crime: Getting It Right to Forestall a New National Security Threat
By Douglas M. Fraser and Renee P. Novakoff

Democracy Promotion in Oman
By Diana M. Holland


Restoring the "Unwritten Alliance": Brazil-U.S. Relations
By Lawrence T. Brown

Joint Communications Support Element: The Voice Heard 'Round the World
By Kirby E. Watson

Command and Control Vulnerabilities to Communications Jamming
By Ronald C. Wilgenbusch and Alan Heisig




An Interview with Samuel J. Locklear III

NATO's Level of Ambition: Beyond Strategic Reach
By Dean A. Nowowiejski

From Sea Power to Cyber Power: Learning from the Past to Craft a Strategy for the Future
By Kris E. Barcomb

The Future of U.S. Landpower: Special Operations Versatility, Marine Corps Utility
By Kevin D. Stringer and Katie M. Sizemore


The German Military Mission to Romania, 1940-1941
By Richard L. DiNardo

Book Reviews

The Generals
Reviewed by Robert Bracknell

The Generals
Reviewed by Alan L. Gropman

The Next Wave
Reviewed by George Michael

Joint Doctrine

Lead Turning the Fight: The Joint Operational Access Concept and Joint Doctrine
By Gregory Kreuder

Redefining Information Operations
By Carmine Cicalese