Friday, November 13, 2009
On this dreary Friday in DC, I thought this would be a good time to bring your attention to a new publication from the Center for Complex Operations at NDU: PRISM. They've just published their first volume and it looks pretty good - it's like a peer-reviewed version of SWJ with an interagency perspective. I think those of you who read this blog will really enjoy it. Here is their spiel:
PRISM is a quarterly national security journal tailored to serve policy-makers, scholars and practitioners working to enhance U.S. Government competency in complex operations by exploring approaches among U.S. Government agencies, academic institutions, international governments and militaries, non-governmental organizations and other participants in the complex operations space. PRISM is chartered by the Center for Complex Operations (CCO) and it welcomes articles on a broad range of complex operations issues, especially those that focus on the nexus of civil-military integration.
So make a cup of tea, put on your fuzzy slippers, and warm up with some great articles on complex operations. You can get the journal here. Enjoy. (H/T to Alma)