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1. Armenian-Azerbaijani Relations in the Wake of the Second Karabakh War

2. Russia's War and The Future of European Order

3. The Legal Role of Government in Protecting Cultural Heritage and Archaeological Sites in the War-Affected Countries: The Case of Iraq and Syria

4. The Long Shadow of the 1962 War and the China-India Border Dispute

5. Multi-dimensional assessment of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War

6. Genocide, ethical imperatives and the strategic significance of asymmetric power: India’s diplomatic and military interventions in the Bangladesh Liberation War (Indo-Pakistan War of 1971)

7. The cost of appeasement

8. Rethinking & Revisiting Diplomacy Volume XXIII, Number 1

9. La dimensión informativa sobre la guerra: su aplicación al caso de la intervención militar turca en Rojava

10. From Struggle to Permanent Failure Why the Karabakh Attempt at Secession Failed

11. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Wargaming and the Military

12. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Special Issue on Strategic Culture

13. Humanitarian Intervention and International Order: The Endless Wars Problem

14. El artículo analiza la compleja relación, presente en la esfera internacional,entre política y justicia que queda reflejada en el Tribunal Especial para el Líbano. Se emplean,como líneas argumentales, la problemática de su establecimiento por medio de la resolución 1757 (2007) del Consejo de Seguridad y su carácter selectivo, así como la confrontación jurídico-doctrinal planteada en el caso Ayyash et al., también conocido como asunto Hariri. Se subraya la importancia de los factores contextuales,especialmente aquellosdesencadenados a partir de 2004, con el fin de explicar la división interna —con protagonistas internacionales—del país en dos bloques cuya confrontación serviría de pretexto para la puesta en marcha de un tribunal único que responde a los intereses de una comunidad internacional seducida porla posibilidad de lograr una condena judicial por terrorismo contra Hizballah —y/o Siria—en un momento de preponderancia de la formación chií.La decisión interlocutoria de 2011 de la Sala de Apelaciones pareció manifestarse como un buen augurio en aquella dirección al afirmar la necesidad de interpretar el delito de terrorismo recogido en el artículo 314 del Código Penal del Líbano conforme a un crimen internacional de terrorismo de carácter consuetudinario. La revolucionaria decisión —junto con el proceso que llevó a su publicación—reveló,sin embargo,cierta precipitación y oportunismo que por fortuna y justicia la sentencia de 2020 rechaza por innecesaria e incierta.El artículo sostiene que todo ello ha contribuido a debilitar la credibilidad de un Tribunal,ejemplo de justicia selectiva, y ha mostrado pocadeferencia por la soberanía del Estado libanés.

15. Vengeful Citizens, Violent States: A Theory of War and Revenge, Rachel Stein

16. Pax Caucasia: Prospects of Peace and Cooperation in South Caucasus

17. Migraciones, deportaciones, colonización y geopolítica durante las guerras dácicas de Trajano (101-106 d.C.) (Migrations, Deportations, Colonization and Geopolitics during Trajan’s Dacian Wars (101 -106 AD))

18. ROC(K) Solid Preparedness: Resistance Operations Concept in the Shadow of Russia

19. A Dynamic Model of the Spread of Intrastate War

20. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Naval Integration and the Future of Naval Warfare

21. Armenia and Azerbaijan: Between Failed Peace and War

22. Turkish AK Parti’s Posture towards the 2003 War in Iraq The Impact of Religion amid Security Concerns

23. Peace Forged by Warfare: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 70 Years After

24. Drones, Warfare and the Deconstruction of the Enemy

25. The Effect of War on Economic Growth

26. Ottomanism at its Final Gasp: Memoirs of the Ottomans on Duty in Arab Provinces during World War I

27. Casualties of War: The Legacy of South Korean Participation in the Vietnam Conflict

28. Hybrid Warfare and Deniability as Understood by the Military

29. Large-N Analysis in the Study of Conflict

30. Mobilization Follies in International Relations: A Multimethod Exploration of Why Some Decision Makers Fail to Avoid War When Public Mobilization as a Bargaining Tool Fails

31. Can Memories of the Japan-Korea dispute on “Comfort Women” Resolve the Issue?

32. Freeze and Advance: How North Korea Maneuvered to Get the Bomb and Prospects for Its Nuclear Future

33. Opportunity and Willingness as a Pre-Theoretical Framework in Explaining Wars

34. The End of War: How a Robust Marketplace and Liberal Hegemony Are Leading to Perpetual World Peace

35. The Demographic Transition Theory of War: Why Young Societies Are Conflict Prone and Old Societies Are the Most Peaceful

36. The US in Afghanistan: Consequences of an Untimely Withdrawal

37. Current law constraining the President: a series on Congress’s options to limit arms sales and aid to Saudi Arabia, part 2

38. Not Our War: Iraq, Iran and Syria’s Approaches towards the PKK

39. Territorial acquisition, commitment, and recurrent war

40. Wars in the later 21st century: Forecast developments in the methods of warfare

41. Influence of global security environment on collective security and defence science


43. Is Terrorism Becoming an Effective Strategy to Achieve Political Aims?

44. September 2018 Issue

45. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Superpowers

46. Procopius of Caesareea’s “History of Wars” and the Expression of Emotions in Early Byzantium

47. Fall 2018 edition of Strategic Visions

48. The Global Exchange (Spring 2017)

49. he Economic forces of victory versus those of defeat: The case of the Greek-Turkish war (1919-1922).

50. A Sociology of the Drone

51. January 2017 Issue

52. The ad bellum Challenge of Drones: Recalibrating Permissible Use of Force

53. Image of USA in Urban Pakistan: An Empirical Assessment

54. Americans are morally responsible for America’s war on Yemen a series on Yemen, part 1

55. The US-Saudi coalition’s impact on Yemen’s health – a series on Yemen, part 2

56. Yemen: drained, uncertain, and ignored – a series on Yemen, part 3

57. To Assad and his admirers, Trump offers ‘hope and change’

58. Reflecting on Vietnam: A Young Diplomat goes to War

59. Positionality in Embodied War Imaginaries: American Snipers

60. Lack of Dissuasive Policy: the Case of Ifni-Sahara War / La ausencia de política disuasoria: el caso de la guerra de Ifni-Sáhara

61. Disarming the Subject: Remembering War and Imagining Citizenship in Peru | Désarmer le sujet : souvenirs de la guerre et citoyenneté imaginée au Pérou

62. An Appraisal of Pakistan’s Nuclear Policy during War on Terror

63. Extremism in Contemporary Pakistan: Threats, Causes and Future Policy

64. Too Quick on the Draw: Militarism and the Malpractice of Diplomacy in America

65. Debating State Capacity and Intrastate Wars in South Asia

66. The Relevance of Clausewitz’s Theory of War to Contemporary Conflict Resolution

67. Baku Dialogues

68. The Education of an Anti-Imperialist: Robert La Follette and U.S. Expansion, Richard Drake

69. The Myth of the Democratic Peacekeeper: Civil–Military Relations and the United Nations, Arturo C. Sotomayor

70. A Scrap of Paper: Breaking and Making International Law during the Great War, Isabel V. Hull

71. Why Factions Switch Sides in Civil Wars: Rivalry, Patronage, and Realignment in Sudan

72. The socialization between the professional groups of the foreign policy. The case of the institutionalization of the French civil-military activities in former Yugoslavia | La socialisation entre groupes professionnels de la politique étrangère Le cas de l’institutionnalisation des activités civilo-militaires françaises en ex-Yougoslavie

73. Hostis ante portas: el poder, la guerra y la figura del enemigo en las relaciones internacionales

74. Las «nuevas guerras»: una propuesta metodológica para su análisis

75. Humanity Considerations Cannot Reduce Wars Hazards Alone: Revitalizing the Concept of Military Necessity

76. How Realism Waltzed Off: Liberalism and Decisionmaking in Kenneth Waltz's Neorealism

77. Indignation, Ideologies, and Armed Mobilization: Civil War in Italy, 1943–45

78. Blood Revenge and Violent Mobilization: Evidence from the Chechen Wars

79. The Four Horseman of the Modern World: FSR Interviews Dr. Harlan Ullman

80. The State of the Sudans: An Interview with James Copnall

81. Accountability for Armed Contractors

82. Special Operations Today: FSR Interviews LTG Cleveland (Ret.) Former Commanding General, USASOC

83. A 'Bastard' Feudal State: Governance by the Military Class in Late Medieval England

84. When War is Not Worth Winning

85. China’s Development of Space Warfare and Its Operational Applications

86. Sleepwalking Again: The End of the Pax Americana 1914–2014; After Gaza 2014: Schabas; Peer Review Redux; In this Issue

87. The Enactment of Irony: Reflections on the Origins of the Martens Clause

88. Political Capitalism

89. Mike Martin. An Intimate War: An Oral History of the Helmand Conflict. London, UK: C. Hurst Co., 2014.

90. Five Bad Options for Gaza

91. The Misunderstood Lessons of Bosnia for Syria

92. Scholarship and the ship of state: rethinking the Anglo-American strategic decline analogy

93. Colombia and the War in the Eyes of the FARC

94. The ELN's War

95. A Look Back at NATO’s 1999 Kosovo Campaign: A Questionably "Legal" but Justifiable Exception?

96. Tools of modification and extension of the area of strategic influence of Russia / Herramientas de modificación y ampliación del área de influencia estratégica de Rusia

97. Organizative Culture and Military Innovation: the Case of the Israel Defense Forces / Cultura organizativa e innovación militar: el caso de las Fuerzas de Defensa de Israel

98. Cosmos, chaos: finance, power and conflict

99. 1914 and 2014: should we be worried?

100. Domestic political institutions and the initiation of international conflict in East Asia: some evidence for an Asian democratic peace