Military Review English Edition September-October 2014 - Page 86

employing the social sciences in any of its analyses; they have been historically either completely absent or horribly misused.2 Additionally, when it comes to formulating strategy, warfare, or diplomacy, credible representatives of the social sciences have been underrepresented at roundtable discussions, strategy sessions, or on the staffs of decision makers. This seems to validate what the Strategic Landpower White Paper notes: the use of any of the social sciences in the study of warfare and the idea that confl X