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James Burnham: The First Cold Warrior
By FRANCIS P. SEMPA
Nov 30

James Burnham was the ‘first’ intellectual cold-warrior. He was the ‘first’ in two senses: chronologically, he was the first writer to recognize and comprehensively analyze the outbreak of the U.S.-Soviet conflict and to propose a grand strategy to achieve victory in that conflict; qualitatively, his cold war writings, taken as a whole, were, arguably, more accurate, more perceptive, and more realistic than those of any other writer.Article in three parts. [FULL TEXT]

Why Arabs Lose Wars
Fighting as You Train, and the Imprint of Culture on Arab Military Effectiveness
By NORVELL B. DE ATKINE
Nov 30

Leadership may be the greatest weakness of Arab training systems. . . . [A] sergeant first class in the U.S. Army has as much authority as a colonel in an Arab army. . . . A veteran of the Pentagon turf wars will feel like a kindergartner when he encounters the rivalries that exist in the Arab military headquarters.Article in two parts. [FULL TEXT]

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