by Kirk Talbott, John Waugh and Doublas Batson | Oct 26, 2012 | MonitorBy: Kirk Talbott, John Waugh and Doublas Batson The linkages between democracy, natural resources, and peacemaking as Burma seeks a way to wind down a half-century long complex of ethnic, political, and religious strife.
by Jason Thomas | Oct 1, 2012 | MonitorBy: Jason Thomas Multi-national corporations–particularly from the extractive sector with long project life cycles, access to capital, and attractive return on investment–could act as a new phase in civil-military operations.
by Erik Goepner | Sep 27, 2012 | MonitorBy: Erik Goepner The prevalence of PTSD and mental disorders in weak and failed states is exacerbated by insurgencies, defying efforts break the cycle.
by Mike Simmering and Leo Wyszynski | Sep 24, 2012 | MonitorBy: Mike Simmering and Leo Wyszynski “Afghan Led” is a critical aspect of our counterinsurgency operations that we must grasp to enable ultimate mission success.
by Youssef Aboul-Enein | Sep 20, 2012 | MonitorBy: Youssef Aboul-Enein A scathing and scholarly critique of the impact of De-Ba’athification on the America’s efforts to stabilize Iraq.