US Army War College Quarterly
Autumn 2002, Vol. XXXII, No. 3

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Religious Fundamentalism and Strategy

"Rolling Back Radical Islam," by Ralph Peters  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

"Religious Fundamentalism in India and Beyond," by Krishna Kumar  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

"The Attacks of 9/11: Evidence of a Clash of Religions?" by David G. Kibble   (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Attacking the "Axis of Evil"

"War and the Iraq Dilemma: Facing Harsh Realities," by Richard L. Russell   (.htm format) (.pdf format)

"Can We Put the Leaders of the 'Axis of Evil' in the Crosshairs?" by Matthew S. Pape  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

"Rebuilding Afghanistan's National Army," by Ali A. Jalali  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

"Jus Post Bellum: The Importance of War Crimes Trials," by Davida E. Kellogg   (.htm format) (.pdf format)

"The CNN Effect: Strategic Enabler or Operational Risk?" by Margaret H. Belknap  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

"The Road to Mentoring: Paved with Good Intentions," by Gregg F. Martin, George E. Reed, Ruth B. Collins, and Cortez K. Dial  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Commentary & Reply  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Review Essays  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Book Reviews  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

Off the Press  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

From the Archives  (.htm format) (.pdf format)

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