Executive Summary

Gurney, D. H.
April 2009
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2009 2nd Quarter, Issue 53, p6
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses articles on the U.S. military grand strategy, including essays about the economic dimension of national power by Ellen Frost, William Overholt, James Lacey and David Asher, conflict trends, including the nature of conflict by Michael Moodie and society's response to terrorism by Mark Stout, Thomas Lynch and T.X. Hammes.


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