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Defense Analysis
Defense Anal

ISSN (printed): 0743-0175. ISSN (electronic): 1470-3602.

Discontinued in 2001. Continued by Defense and Security Analysis (1475-1798). Defense Analysis is an independent, interdisciplinary and international journal which is mainly concerned with the field of defense theory and analysis. Whilst endeavouring to be scholarly in both content and style, it is designed to be a forum for exchange of data, ideas and methodological approaches among the professional military, their supporting bureaucracies and academic and independent researchers involved in the analysis of defense policy. A wide range of methodological approaches to defense matters will be encompassed - quantitative, qualitative and speculative. The Editors welcome contributions to Defense Analysis that fall within the following subject categories: Comparative defense policies Defense intelligence Defense management and command Defense procurement and sales Defense technology, research and development Economics of defense Formulation, simulation and prediction of defense issues Historical patterns and trends concerning defense Hypotheses, theories and critiques of defense, security and war Internal defense and low-intensity operations Medical and psychological dimensions of defense Methodological approaches to defense issues: operations research and analysis Social and legal aspects of war, defense and armed forces Systemic dynamics of organized conflict and defense In addition to scholarly, refereed articles, Defense Analysis will include commissioned works and contributions published at the discretion of the Editors. Suggestions or proposals of possible articles and reviews are therefore welcomed. Unless the author specifies to the contrary, submitted articles will normally be evaluated, anonymously, by an independent reviewer. Also, in the tradition of scientific and professional journals, Defense Analysis will have a section on Professional Notes containing ideas, hypothesis, lines of argument and enquiry, and comment. These should be between 500 and 1,000 words, will be included solely at the discretion of the Editors, and can be accepted up to 3 months before the date of publication.

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