PRISM Volume 5, No 3

To view PRISM Volume 5, Number 3, click the following link:  PRISM Vol 5, No. 3


FEATURES

The Limits of Sovereignty: The Case of Mass Atrocity Crimes
 Gareth Evans

The Backlash Against Nation-Building
 Dominic Tierney

The Art of Strategy Creation for Complex Situations
 John Blaney

Golden Opportunities for Civilian Power
 Rick Barton

An Israeli Approach to Deterring Terrorism
 Mark Vinson
 
Reforming Myanmar’s Military
 Erin Murphy, Matthew Turpin and Peter Kucik
 
The Advance of Radical Populist Doctrine in Latin America
 Douglas Farah

Colombia: A Political Economy of War to an Inclusive Peace
  David Kilcullen & Greg Mills
 
An Easier Service: Is DoD getting good value from humanitarian operations?
 Stephen G. Waller

INTERVIEW

Stephen Hadley

FROM THE FIELD

The NATO Campaign in Afghanistan: Comparisons with the Experience in Colombia
 Dickie Davis

LESSONS LEARNED

Shock Without Awe: Military Lessons of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands
 Anthony Bergin

BOOK REVIEWS

Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War, P.W. Singer and August Cole
 Reviewed By Brendan Orino

Blinders, Blunders, and Wars: What America and China Can Learn, David C. Gompert, Hans Binnendijk, Bonny Lin 
 Reviewed By Frank Kramer

A Handful of Bullets, Harlan Ullman
 Reviewed By Hans Binnendijk

The Modern Mercenary: Private Armies and What They Mean for World Order, Sean McFate
 Reviewed By Doug Brooks

Restraint: A New Foundation for U.S. Grand Strategy, Barry R. Posen
 Reviewed By Joseph Becker