Fighting the “Islamic State”: The Case for US Ground Forces by David E. Johnson Megacities: Pros and Cons by Kevin M. Felix, Frederick D. Wong, Michael Evans, William G. Adamson Culture and the US Army by Matthew Morton, Charles D. Allen, Andrew Hill Changes in War's Character by Glenn J. Voelz, Benjamin M. Jensen
Asia Pacific: Reassessing China by David Lai, Thomas M. Kane, Timothy L. Thomas, Christopher Bowen Johnston Middle East: Defeating the Islamic State by Huba Wass de Czege, Paul Rexton Kan A War Examined: Gaza 2014 by Eitan Shamir, Eado Hecht, Glenn E. Robinson Civil-Military Relations & Military Ethics by Thomas Crosbie, David L. Perry Special Commentary: Considering Why We Lost by Tami Davis Biddle
Confronting the “Islamic State” by W. Andrew Terrill, David S. Sorenson, Ross Harrison, Dana El Kurd NATO’s Rebirth: Rhetoric & Reality by John R. Deni, Luis Simón Challenges in Russia & Afghanistan by Kristin Ven Bruusgaard, Daniel Glickstein and Michael Spangler Special Commentary: The Army’s Professional Ethic by Don M. Snider Of Note: Whose Breach, Whose Trust? by Kimberly Field
Rebalancing the Rebalance by Michael Spangler Strategy Versus Statecraft in Crimea by Lukas Milevski Eisenhower and US Grand Strategy by Raymond Millen Private Contractors & Military Professionals by Scott L. Efflandt, Christopher Spearin, Birthe Anders Special Commentary: Insights from the Army's Drawdowns by Jason W. Warren
The New Cold War: A Way Ahead for US Strategy by Michael G. Roskin Options for Avoiding Counterinsurgencies: Learning from Afghanistan by David H. Ucko and Robert C. Egnell Rethinking Small-Footprint Interventions: Thomas Schelling's “Tipping” Points by Stephen Watts and Stephanie Pezard Pakistan’s Changing Counterterrorism Strategy: A Window of Opportunity? by Michael Spangler China's North Korea Policy: Rethink or Recharge? by Andrew Scobell and Mark Cozad Predicting Future War by Robert Johnson Forking Paths: War After Afghanistan by Michael Evans The National Guard as a Strategic Hedge by James D. Campbell Reserve Component Costs: A Relook by James “Rick” Morrison
American Power in Transition: Isaiah Wilson, James E. Goodby and Ken Weisbrode, Anna Simons. Fighting Irregular Fighters: Sibylle Scheipers, Robert J. Bunker, Robert L. Feldman and Michel Ben Arrous. Conflict by Other Means: David J. Katz, Juan Zarate, Douglas W. Winton. Preparing for Netwars: Frank J. Cilluffo and Joseph R. Clark. QDR and Landpower: Francis G. Hoffman.
Dilemmas for US Strategy: David S. Sorenson, Gregory Aftandilian, Richard W. Weitz, Dennis V. Hickey. US Landpower in Regional Focus: Kimberly Field, James Learmont, Jason Charland, W. Andrew Terrill, John R. Deni. Lessons From Limited Wars: Todd R. Greentree, David C. Brooks
American Landpower and the Middle East of 2030 by Micael R. Eastman. The Afghanistan Experience: Democratization by Force, by Cora Sol Goldstein. COIN is Dead–Long Live Transformation, by Matthew Ford, Patrick Rose, and Howard Body. Afghanistan: Strategy and War Termination, by Christopher Tuck. The Futility of Force and the Preservation of Power: British Strategic failure in America 1780-1783. by Daniel T. Canfield. The Internet, New Media, and the Evolution of Insurgency, by Steven Metz