Military Review English Edition November-December 2015 - Page 5

The Future of Innovation in the Army July-August 2016 • How much innovation is just right? Can you have too much? • Historical examples of institutionally fostered innovation • Institutional and cultural obstacles to innovation in the U.S. Army of the twenty-first century Dealing with a Shrinking Army September-October 2016 • Lessons from post-Civil War, post-World War I, post-World War II, post-Vietnam, and postCold War • Training to standard with limited resources • Quality retention during forced drawdowns • The good, bad, and ugly of distance learning Tides of History: How they Shape the Security Environment November-December 2016 • Mao’s three stages of revolutionary warfare and the rise of ISIL and Boko Haram; winning by outgoverning • Collisions of culture: The struggle for cultural hegemony in stability operations. Can a nation survive without a common national narrative? • Case studies: Histories of illegal immigration and how such have shaped national development in various countries • Does the military have a role in saving democracy from itself? Compare and contrast the military’s role in the life of the Weimar Republic and Mohamed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood rule of Egypt