by Don Martin Jr., Publisher & Editor
This journal focuses on the innately spiritual nature of leadership in the formulation and execution of national security policies in the English-speaking nations of the world.
Purpose: This journal aims to influence for good the faith basis of morally responsible leadership in regard to preparing for war, going to war, fighting wars, concluding wars, evaluating wars, and maintaining discipline and accountability among parties involved in planning, projecting or applying military force. It will examine national defense decisions, policies, and strategies as well as the leadership of military and security forces.
JFW will address historical and contemporary situations that political and military leaders at all levels in our nations’ defense structures have confronted—or are confronting—in their decisions and relationships. Its focus on ethical leadership will include the development of leadership doctrine, teaching that doctrine in formal educational systems, and its practice at all levels.
My goal in publishing this journal is to create an archive of some of the best thought that is available on its stated purpose and to make it available, free, to as many individuals, institutions and other organizations as possible in the English-speaking nations of the world. Since their founding was largely based upon the ideas of people who were profoundly influenced by Judaism and Christianity, it is to be expected that most of the content of the journal will be authored by persons who embrace or agree with the spiritual, ethical and moral values set forth in the Bible. The ideas of those who are not of these faiths but who agree with these values will also be considered for publication.
The Scope and Focus of the Journal are suggested by its title:
Major Topics will include the following:
General-interest features will include the following:
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