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Edited by LTC Raymond A. Millen.
This year’s topic, "The 'New' American Way of War," was particularly relevant because it occurred during the height of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM (OIF). Over 130 national security strategists, including ten flag officers, from the Department of Defense, civilian universities, and other policy-related institutions participated in the conference, held April 8-10, 2003. As OIF demonstrated, the U.S. military is in the midst of changing the way it fights wars. With such a backdrop unfolding, the speakers and panelists used very clear topical examples to make their points.
The Political Context Behind Successful Revolutionary Movements, Three Case Studies: Vietnam (1955-63), Algeria (1945-62), and Nicaragua (1967-79)
Afghanistan: Reconstituting a Collapsed State
Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in the 21st Century: Reconceputalizing Threat and Response
Reconfiguring the American Military Presence in Europe
Why They Fight: Combat Motivation in the Iraq War
Strategic Effects of Conflict with Iraq: Europe
Future War/Future Battlespace: The Strategic Role of American Landpower
Defeating Saddam Hussein's Strategy