From the Editor

March 2005
Parameters: U.S. Army War College;Spring2005, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p2
Academic Journal
Presents a roundup of articles in this issue of "Parameters: U.S. Army War College. Examination by Senator Saxby Chambliss of the current debate regarding America’s intelligence capabilities in “We Have Not Correctly Framed the Debate on Intelligence Reform"; Introspective analysis by Colin Gray of warfare since the end of the Cold War; Suggestion that Professor George Quester’s “Demographic Trends and Military Recruitment: Surprising Possibilities” affords the reader insight into many of the factors affecting the ability of the armed services to recruit over the upcoming decade.


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