January 29, 2009
Building an effective partnership between the president's civilian appointees and senior US military leaders has never been more important - or more challenging. We spent the last year unpacking the relationship's subtle complexities and identifying the assumptions and practices that have come to hobble national security decision-making, and found that the civil-military partnership needs repair.
Sewall, Sarah, and John P. White. "The Civil-Military Challenge." Boston Globe, January 29, 2009.