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Auditing ChaosWhen Bureaucracy Meets the BattlefieldWinds of Change in Iran
Ahmadinejad is Judged by the PeopleMarines Retire the Grease PencilChina and Pakistan Get Down to Details
Taliban Orders Its Troops To Lay Off the Sodomy Sex, Lies, and Videotape in IranThe USN Tries To Leave the High Seas
The Wisdom of General CrookIranian Clerics Can't Control Their WomenPakistani Tribesmen in the Army Pose Risk
China Punishes Corrupt OfficersRumsfeld the Unpopular ReformerUSAF Wants the Army to Pay
North Korea and the Growing Culture of CorruptionThe Atlantic Fleet Fades Away The Hugo Show
Kurds Improvise Older is Better The Chavez Shuffle
Cuba's New Attitude Chinese Generals Hung Out To Dry The British Are Different
The Kinder and Gentler Police State Radio Ruins Tribal Rule Bolivia Is Back to the Brink
Fixing To Fight The Cuban Civil War U.S. Navy Professional Reading Program A Taliban Tragedy of Embezzlement and Comfort
The International Sunni Plot Against Syria Assassination That Works Fidel Stumbles Off Into the Sunset
Al Qaeda Stays in the Mountains Culture Clashes Continue The Africa Command
Things Are Not Looking Well In Cuba Let's Kill All The Military Lawyers Cold War Dollar Diplomacy Returns
Bin Laden's Bad Decision Taliban Factions Fuel Fanaticism China Admires the New American Way of War
Don't Mess With the Cronies One Man Can Make a Difference The Many Things You Cannot Do In Afghanistan
Admirals Ordered to Get Out More How Politicians Extort Campaign Money From The TroopsNorth Korea's Secret Weapon
Putin's Ploy to Procure Professional NCOs. Who Bungled the Bombings in Afghanistan China's Outspoken Generals
Following the Money In Lebanon The Lebanon Gambles New Taliban Commanders Get Results
Hizbollah's Leadership Vulnerability A Bold Proposal for Iran Why Hizbollah Scares the Arabs
Japan Has the Right To a Preemptive StrikePilots Killing Soldiers With Red Tape Counterinsurgency Track Record
Rumblings in Venezuela We Will Kill You With Patriotism Tridents Against Terror
Victory Goes To The Bigger Bank AccountBrilliant Ships, Commanded by Morons Breaking the Tribal Ties in Taliban Country
If You Want To Be Busy All The Time Marines Are Quick With Their COC India Goes Cold Start
Dealing With Private Intelligence Networks The Turkish Tradition in Iraq Militant Populists with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
Why The Navy Hates Northrop Grumman Failed States Back to the Future With the Red Army
Why Al Qaeda Is Retreating From Iraq Who Takes the Blame in Russia The Tour-of-Duty Promise
Translation Troubles Kept Out of SightDead Presidents and Nervous Generals CENTCOM and the SUBCOMs
Japan Reorganizes For War Not Enough Military Bureaucrats in the Iraqi Army Risk Management for Sergeants
Venezuela Dumbs Down for the BossHow To Get Promoted From General to Dictator The Very Modern Major Generals
The Love-Hate Relationship With Flying Robots Paper Bullets in Afghanistan The Hazing Horror in Russia
USAF Creates a Magnificent Monster Turning Death Squads Into Gang Busters The Guard Gets a Voice on the Joint Chiefs
India Chases China's Defense Budget Officers for Sale Marching Off the Cliff in Venezuela
Tailored Retaliation Liberia Imports an Army Commander Why The Quadrennial Defense Review Matters
Air Force Losing Money to the Army Taliban Reshuffles Their Brass Warlords and Self-Improvement
What Iraqi and Afghan Troops Have In Common Teaching Iraqis To Fight Clean and Smart The Prudent Chinese
What's Worth Fighting For The Return of the Sergeant Pilots De'ja'Vu, Anyone?
Auditors Go After Chinese Generals Iraq and the Shadow of the Balkans Fear of the Future
Iraqi Officer Training Coup Proof in Bolivia Generations at War in the Iraqi Army
Europe Trains Iraqi Staff Officers Getting the Most Out Of Iraq Organizing The Air Force Out of Existence
Recycling Saddam's Commanders Taliban Reorganizes American Automation Budget
Feeding the Oppressor Chinese Woman Commands Cyberwarriors Getting the F-22A into Action
Who Owns the Big Picture