Scientia Militaria - South African Journal of Military Studies

The journal is published bi-annually by the Faculty of Military Science of Stellenbosch University, South Africa. It is an accredited, peer reviewed scholarly journal, which investigates a broad spectrum of matters and issues relating to military affairs, and publishes both discipline-based and inter-disciplinary research.

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Vol 43, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

From the Editors

From the editors PDF
Abel Esterhuyse

Articles

BLOODSHED AND BREAKING WAVE: THE FIRST OUTBREAK OF SOMALI PIRACY PDF
Andreas Bruvik Westberg
THEORETICAL APPROACHES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: THE SOUTH AFRICAN MILITARY AS A FOREIGN POLICY INSTRUMENT PDF
Laetitia Olivier, Theo Neethling, Francois Vreÿ
THE ROLE OF FORCE IN STATE FORMATION: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS PDF
Emmanuel Ojo
‘TONE AT THE TOP’: FIGHTING MILITARY CORRUPTION IN LATIN AMERICA PDF
Liliane Klaus
THE SOUTH AFRICAN ‘WAR RESISTANCE’ MOVEMENT 1974–1994 PDF
Gavin Cawthra
‘MORE THAN JUST HUMAN HEROES’ THE ROLE OF THE PIGEON IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR PDF
Hendrik Snyders
DISPARITY: THREAT OR OPPORTUNITY TO DISTANCE EDUCATION THROUGHPUT AT THE SOUTH AFRICAN MILITARY ACADEMY PDF
Lindiwe Khoza, Gerhard van Zyl
THE INFLUENCE OF THE RATEL INFANTRY FIGHTING VEHICLE ON MOBILE WARFARE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA PDF
Roland de Vries

Review Articles

TWO PERSPECTIVES ON THE RECENT WAR IN IRAQ PDF
Tobie Beukes

Book Reviews

A MILITARY HISTORY OF MODERN SOUTH AFRICA PDF
Ian van der Waag
BATTLE ON THE LOMBA, 1987 THE DAY A SOUTH AFRICAN ARMOURED BATTALION SHATTRED ANGOLA’S LAST MECHANISED OFFENSIVE: A CREW COMMANDER’S ACCOUNT PDF
David Mannall
RECCE: SMALL TEAM MISSIONS BEHIND ENEMY LINES PDF
Koos Stadler
CORRUPTION AND POST-CONFLICT PEACEBUILDING: SELLING THE PEACE? PDF
CS Cheng, D Zaum