The Culture and Content Review (Journal)
The Culture & Conflict Review is an online peer-review journal produced by the Program for Culture & Conflict Studies, bringing you analysis of current events, policy, operations, and human terrain in South and Central Asia as well as other regions of the world. Premised on the belief that the United States must understand the culture and human terrain of other nations and peoples, we offer commentary and analysis on issues of current interest to policy makers, military commanders, academics, and the general public. We are particularly interested in issues addressing culture, anthropology, regional and identity politics, and the contemporary role of U.S. forces in areas of conflict.
A mapped collection, derived from Faculty and Researcher Publications.
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Radiation as a Cultural Talisman Nuclear Weapon Testing and American Popular Culture in the Early Cold War (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)Program for Culture and Conflict Studies, 2012-06-01);"Radiation embodies some of the most paradoxical iconography of the early Cold War. Its abstract nature (invisible, odorless, tasteless), when combined with its true dangers (genetic mutation, cancers, death), allows it ...
New Economic Model for Iraq Future Vision and Market-Oriented State Corporations Foster Liberalization of Oil-Rentier Economies (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)Program for Culture and Conflict Studies, 2012-06-01);"Iraq's loaded experience is a thought-provoking case for better understanding of the potentialities of the oil-rentier developing countries. Over the last six decades, Iraq underwent radical economic and violent political ...
(Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)Program for Culture and Conflict Studies, 2008-01-01);"Recently, in Afghanistan's deep south, a senior Taliban commander has yet again eluded the Afghan government, U.S. and coalition forces. This was done not through force of arms, superior knowledge of the terrain, or foreign ...