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1. Trusting AI: Integrating Artificial Intelligence into the Army’s Professional Expert Knowledge

2. PLA Logistics and Sustainment: PLA Conference 2022

3. China, Europe, and the Pandemic Recession: Beijing’s Investments and Transatlantic Security

4. Contested Deployment

5. Framing the Future of the US Military Profession

6. Countering Terrorism on Tomorrow’s Battlefield: Critical Infrastructure Security and Resiliency (NATO COE-DAT Handbook 2)

7. What Ukraine Taught NATO about Hybrid Warfare

8. Enabling NATO’s Collective Defense: Critical Infrastructure Security and Resiliency (NATO COE-DAT Handbook 1)

9. The Future of the Joint Warfighting Headquarters: An Alternative Approach to the Joint Task Force

10. Coercing Fluently: The Grammar of Coercion in the Twenty-first Century

11. Enabling a More Externally Focused and Operational PLA – 2020 PLA Conference Papers

12. The Grand Strategy of Gertrude Bell: From the Arab Bureau to the Creation of Iraq

13. The People of the PLA 2.0

14. Veteran Disability Compensation and the Army Profession: Good Intentions Gone Awry

15. Commentary on “The US Army in Multi-Domain Operations 2028”

16. Senior Conference 55—The Emerging Environment in the Indo-Pacific Region: Drivers, Directions, and Decisions

17. Nonstate Actors and Anti-Access/Area Denial Strategies: The Coming Challenge

18. Professionalizing the Iraqi Army: US Engagement after the Islamic State

19. Turkey and the United States on the Brink: Implications for NATO and the US-Turkish Strategic and Military Partnership

20. Striking the Balance: US Army Force Posture in Europe, 2028—A Study Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary of the Army

21. An Army Transformed: USINDOPACOM Hypercompetition and US Army Theater Design

22. Rise and Fall? The Rise and Fall of ISIS in Libya

23. A Policy Response to Islamic State Extremist Fighter Battlefield Migration

24. Mission Command of Multi-Domain Operations

25. 2019: A Changing International Order? Implications for the Security Environment

26. Security Threats, American Pressure, and the Role of Key Personnel: How NATO’s Defence Planning Process is Alleviating the Burden-Sharing Dilemma

27. A Hard Look at Hard Power: Assessing the Defense Capabilities of Key US Allies and Security Partners—Second Edition

28. Special Commentary: COVID-19 and the Ethics of Military Readiness

29. Special Commentary: After COVID-19: American Landpower in Transatlantic Context

30. Special Commentary: Long-Term Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic for the US Army

31. Special Commentary: Memorandum for SECDEF: Restore “Shock” in Strategic Planning

32. Special Commentary: COVID-19 and Indo-Pacific Strategy: Korea is Up, China is Down, and the US (For Now) is Out

33. Special Commentary: Scenarios for a Post-COVID Middle East

34. Special Commentary: “Hole” of Government: What COVID-19 Reveals about American Security Planning

35. Special Commentary: Recruiting in a Post-COVID-19 World

36. Special Commentary: The Impact of COVID-19 on Civil-Military Relations

37. Special Commentary: Outbreak: COVID-19, Crime, and Conflict

38. Special Commentary: COVID-19: Shaping a Sicker, Poorer, More Violent, and Unstable Western Hemisphere

39. Special Commentary: Domestic Politics and the Military’s COVID-19 Response

40. Special Commentary: Not So Fast: Why the Call to Expand the Reserve Components is Premature

41. Special Commentary: Post-COVID Transformation: DOD Goes into the Matrix?

42. Special Commentary: COVID-19 and Brazil: Why the US-Brazil Relationship Matters More Than Ever

43. A Modern Army Reserve for a Multi-Domain World: Structural Realities and Untapped Potential

44. The Russian Military in Contemporary Perspective

45. USAWC Quarterly: Parameters – Autumn 2019

46. Recommendations for Success in Afghanistan

47. Parameters VOL. 49 NO. 1–2 Spring–Summer 2019

48. Deterrence in the Nordic-Baltic Region: The Role of the Nordic Countries Together With the U.S. Army

49. Extremist Migration: A Foreign Jihadist Fighter Threat Assessment

50. An Unnatural Partnership? The Future of U.S.-India Strategic Cooperation

51. A Whole-of-Government Approach to Gray Zone Warfare

52. Maneuver and Manipulation: On the Military Strategy of Online Information Warfare

53. Parameters VOL. 48 NO. 4 Winter 2018-19

54. Command Decision: Ethical Leadership in the Information Environment

55. Grand Strategy is Attrition: The Logic of Integrating Various Forms of Power in Conflict

56. Strategic Insights: Five Myths Associated With Employing Private Military Companies

57. Air Power and Warfare: A Century of Theory and History

58. Deterring Russia in the Gray Zone

59. The Army Role in Achieving Deterrence in Cyberspace

60. Conventional Deterrence and Landpower in Northeastern Europe

61. What Next for Russia’s Front-Line States?

62. Implications of Service Cyberspace Component Commands for Army Cyberspace Operations

63. Contemporary Chemical Weapons Use in Syria and Iraq by the Assad Regime and the Islamic State

64. Examining the Roles of Army Reserve Component Forces in Military Cyberspace Operations

65. Scenario Planning and Strategy in the Pentagon

66. Executive Summary: The U.S. Army in the Iraq War, Vol. 2

67. The U.S. Army in the Iraq War — Volume 2: Surge and Withdrawal, 2007-2011

68. The U.S. Army in the Iraq War – Volume 1: Invasion – Insurgency – Civil War, 2003-2006

69. Parameters VOL. 48 NO. 3 Autumn 2018