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Army War College launches new online journal, War Room

May 15, 2017 -- Introducing– Interesting, accessible, thoughtful and thought-provoking, War Room invites readers into the arena.

The authors and editors of War Room invite you to read and comment about significant challenges in national security and defense.

Although it is a publication of the U.S. Army War College, War Roomis not just for the Army community.

 If you're interested in national security and defense, you'll be interested in the views of the War Room contributors.

If you wish to know more about editors Andrew Hill’s and Thomas Galvin’s motivation to create War Room, see The Dodo’s Problem (and the Reason for War Room).

 "We expect that most contributors will be U.S. Army War College alumni and students, the War Rom is designed to be a high quality public platform for their best work,” said Andrew Hill, editor in chief, who anticipates that crowdsourcing to add to the perspectives of War Room.

 They may inspire you to realize, 'I hadn't thought of it that way."

They may inspire you to consider something that hadn't crossed your mind.

They will invite you into a vibrant debate about what they're thinking about at the US Army War College

Anyone can write for War Room. Great writing about defense and national security is the only qualification.

“We know that writers have numerous options for publishing their work, said Hill. “War Room must be an attractive choice. We will provide respectful, supportive, and responsive editorial reviews.”