Search Results Found For : ""book review""

img
Over the past 2-3 decades, much of the most interesting work in security studies and military history has rested on the study of military organizations as institutions. Although there’s some commonality across time and space in how the state institutions we call “militaries” organize themselves internally, there’s also a great deal of variance. The Culture […]
img
Aimee Fox’s Learning to Fight: Military Innovation and Change in the British Army, 1914–1918 is simply one of the best accounts of how military organizations learn that I’ve ever read. Fox describes in great detail the mechanisms through which the British Army tried to update itself in World War I.  She demonstrates that many of […]
img
In this era of American ethnic cleansing, the roundup and deportation of Latin American migrants to a near certain fate of poverty and shockingly likely fates of violence and death to make white people feel good about themselves is one of the most depressing facets of the United States. What most of us may well […]
img
America’s Test Kitchen published a new cookbook, promising that dinner will be on the table in hour or less.  Sold! Thumbing though the book, two things stood out: 1.) the ingredient lists are short– like, refreshingly short. 2.) The ingredient lists are completely devoid of exotic ingredients. But ATK has often placed a premium on […]
1 2 21
It is main inner container footer text