From my former students: Active Measures 2013
Congratulations to my former students, who have put together the second issue of Active Measures journal.
It’s available now on Amazon. The journal was, but is no longer, associated with a blog, ActiveMeasures.org.
Active Measures is a scholarly journal founded and run by graduate students studying with my former employer, where I was Annenberg Professor of International Communication for 13 years. Here’s a list of the contents:
- From the North Caucasus to Boston: Globalization of the Caucasus Emirate, by Olivia Goldstein
- Should High-Profile Terrorists and Cartel Leaders Be Eliminated? Targeted Killings in Latin America, by W. Alejandro Sanchez
- Subversion of American Higher Education, by Nicholas Milan
- The Meaning of the Shebaa Farms Dispute, by Samantha Borzi-Hedges
- The Dragon and the Tiger: Countering Chinese Policy of Uniting the Smalls, by Darren Fazzino and Max Macrides
- How Iran’s Geography Shapes Iranian Naval Strategy, by Joseph Humphrey
- Active Measures in Hollywood, by Richard Burns
- Integrating Cultural Geography with Psychological Operations: Islamic Superstitions, by Lennea Mueller
- The American Culture of War and COIN, by Richard Fiesel
- Euro-Army Reveries and Transatlantic Realities, by Karina Rollins
- The Emerging Threat to the United States Space Program, by Kevin Cyron