Journal of Conflict Studies

Volume 29, Spring 2009

Table of contents (22 articles)

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Articles

  1. It’s All About the People: : Cultural Intelligence (CQ) as a Force Multiplier in the Contemporary Operating Environment
  2. Private Guns: : The Social Identity of Security Contractors

Article

  1. The Evolution of the US Advisory Effort in Viet Nam: : Lessons Learned

Articles

  1. The Challenge of Nation-Building: : Insights from Aristotle
  2. Contrasting Approaches to Terrorism: : >A Multi-National Comparison
  3. Canada the Failed Protector: : Transfer of Canadian Captured Detainees to Third Parties in Afghanistan
  4. Understanding Transnational Radical Islamism
  5. The Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflicts: : The Israeli-Palestinian Case
  6. Canada as the Target of GDR Espionage
  7. The Development of British Counter-Insurgency Intelligence
  8. The Intelligence Community Debate over Intuition versus Structured Technique: : Implications for Improving Intelligence Warning and Analysis
  9. Leveraging Academia to Improve NGO Driven Intelligence

Book Reviews

  1. James W. Jones, Blood That Cries Out from the Earth: The Psychology of Religious Terrorism
  2. Amalendu Misra. Politics of Civil Wars: Conflict, Intervention, and Resolution
  3. Ellen Lust-Okar, Structuring Conflict in the Arab World: Incumbents, Opponents, and Institutions
  4. Athena S. Leoussi and Steven Grosby eds., Nationalism and Ethnosymbolism: History, Culture and Ethnicity in the Formation of Nations
  5. Trita Parsi, Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the U.S.
  6. Andrew Kydd, Trust and Mistrust in International Relations
  7. Kevin Narizny, The Political Economy of Grand Strategy
  8. Gary J. Bass, Freedom’s Battle: The Origins of Humanitarian Intervention
  9. Michael Newman, Humanitarian Intervention: Confronting the Contradictions
  10. William G. Howell, and Jon C. Pevehouse, While Dangers Gather: Congressional Checks on Presidential War Powers