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Peace and Stability Journal Volume 4 Issue 4
 

Peace and Stability Journal Volume 4 Issue 4

Welcome to the newest edition of the "Peace and Stability Journal" Volume 4, Issue 4. As we talked about in the last edition PKSOI strives to keep our friends and colleagues informed and to deliver a high quality product to the peacekeeping and stability community. In this edition of the journal the PKSOI Director Colonel Dan Pinnell will inform you of what our PKSOI subject matter experts have been up to in the field as well as inform you of upcoming events. He will also brief you on the new journal layou
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Peace and Stability Journal Volume 4 Issue 3
 

Peace and Stability Journal Volume 4 Issue 3

We’ve changed our P&SO Journal format to improve its readability and appeal. It’s designed to be a true eJournal that is pleasant on the eye and easy to navigate. We received significant input from our staff and college interns, and hope that the new look and content exceeds expectation.  Many thanks to all that participated. 
 
This edition starts with a thought provoking article on the U.S. counter-nartcotics effort in Afghanistan by Dr. Inge Fryklund. 
Special Anniversary Edition Journal
 

Special Anniversary Edition Journal

 

The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) hosted the event which included senior leaders from the United States Army War College, National Defense University’s Center for Complex Operations, the U.S. Army War College’s School of Strategic Landpower, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), George Mason University, the New American Foundation’s Open Technology Initiative, the Department of Defense’s Training Readiness and Strategy Office of the Under Secretary
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