In this essay, Strauss Fellow Michael Mosser lays out and challenges the conventional wisdom that irreconcilable differences separate the academy and military practitioners.

Comparing the recent tables of contents of some leading academic international relations journals to those of prominent military professional journals might lead one to assumes that members of the two professions are from different planets.  In this essay, Strauss Fellow Michael Mosser lays out and challenges the conventional wisdom that irreconcilable differences separate the academy and military practitioners.

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Feb 16, 2017
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