Skip to main content
Woman in red on laptop
Main content

The Journal of Culture, Language and International Security - Dec 2014

The Journal of Culture, Language and International Security is a publication of the Institute for the Study of Culture and Language. Located at Norwich University, ISCL strives to promote the theory, doctrine, and practices foundational to mission success in the human domain through the application of culture and language. One of the Institute’s goals is to build and share a comprehensive body of professional knowledge on research, the development of learning programs and application of culture and language considered critical to the future of US military strategy and missions. The ISCL’s journal, entitled The Journal of Culture, Language and International Security (JCLIS), will contribute to the ongoing development of that body of knowledge.

Table of Contents for the December 2014 Issue

  • How important IS language? Culture? Regional Expertise? - Gail McGinn
  • Strategic Choice: Language decision making in a dynamic Asia-Pacific - Collin S. Roach
  • Russian Speakers – Pretext for Empire Restoration - Richard J. Anderson
  • Mubarak 2.0 – Egypt’s Convenient Democracy - Darby J. Arakelian
  • Making the Case for a Renewed Focus on Culture Shock for the U.S. Military - Kristin Post
  • Reflections on Current Research: Science and Scientists in Military Organizations - Kerry Fosher
  • Cultivating Empathy and Internal Awareness in International Security Actors - Hila Mehr
  • Patterns in Our Problems: U.S. Response to Health Crises - Kerry Fosher
  • Training for the Perfect Storm - Robert Greene Sands

Download the full issue of The Journal of Culture, Language and International Security, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Winter 2015

A green, tree-filled park with a tall, two-story pagoda in the middle.