Handbook of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency

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(2011) with Tim Stevens, ‘Cyberspace and the State’, Routledge for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, London

(2011) ‘Failure to Communicate: “Producing the War in Afghanistan’, in David Richards and Greg Mills, eds. Victory Among People, RUSI Books, London

(2011) ‘Cyberspace and Insurgency’, in Isabelle Duyvesteyn and Paul Rich, eds. Handbook of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency, Routledge, London

(2009) ‘Insurgency and Counterinsurgency’, in Robert Denemark, ed., International Studies Compendium, Blackwell, London.

(2009) ‘Hot War, Cold Comfort: A Less Optimistic Take on the British Military in Afghanistan’ RUSI Journal

(2009) with Christopher Ankersen, ‘Three Blocks, Two Towers, One Trend: Civil-Military Cooperation Before and After 9/11’ in Matthew J. Morgan, The Impact of 9/11 on Arts, Entertainment, and the Media: The Day That Changed Everything? Palgrave Macmillan, London, 177-87.

(2009) with Anthony Cormack, ‘Iraq, Afghanistan and British Strategy’, Orbis 53 (2), 319-336.

(2008) with Neville Bolt, Propaganda of the Deed 2008: Understanding the Phenomenon, RUSI Whitehall Paper, London.

(2008) ‘The Virtual Dimension of Contemporary Insurgency and Counterinsurgency’, Small Wars and Insurgencies 19 (4), 513–543.
(2008) ‘The RMA and Military Operations Other Than War: A Swift Sword That Cuts Both Ways’, in Bernard Loo (ed), Military Transformation and Strategy, Routledge, London, 114-128.
(2007) ‘Redesigning Land Forces for Wars Amongst the People’, Contemporary Security Policy 28 (2), 221-43.
(2006) ‘The More You Know, the Less You Understand: The Problem with Information Warfare’, The Journal of Strategic Studies 29 (3), 505-534.
(2006) ‘Information in the Western Way of Warfare’, Pacific Focus XXI (2), 197-231.
Civil-Military Relations in Russia and Eastern Europe, Routledge, London, 2004.
(2003) ‘The False Dawn of Russian Military Reform’, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (May), 45-53.
(2003) ‘A New Day for the Russian Army? Contrasting Military Reform Under Yeltsin and Putin’, in Roger N. McDermott and Anne C. Aldis (eds.), Russian Military Reform, 1992-2002, Frank Cass, London & Portland, OR, 41-60.
(2002) ‘No Place for a Civilian?: Russian Defense Management from Yeltsin to Putin’, Armed Forces and Society 28 (3), 481-504.
(2002) ‘Civil-Military Relations in Post-Soviet Russia: Rebuilding the Battle Order?’ and ‘Civil-Military Relations in the Czech Republic: Ambivalent Reformers, Immature Structures’ in Harald von Riekhoff and Natalie Mychajlyszyn (eds.), The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in East Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union, Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, pp. 159-189.
(2001) Army and State in Post-Communist Europe, Frank Cass, London and Portland, OR.

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