A new issue of Prism is out. Stephen M. Griffin (Tulane): Deciding for War. Adil Ahmad Haque (Rutgers): Proportionality (in War). Adil Ahmad Haque (Rutgers): Law and Morality at War. Geoffrey F. Weiss (USAF): The Efficiency Paradox: How Hyperefficiency Can Become the Enemy of Victory in War. From Infinity Journal, Joseph Guerra on an introduction to Clausewitzian Strategic Theory. Science vs. the art of war: Seeking to make war simple, predictable, and thus controllable will collapse under the larger weight of such intangibles as the human factor and the psychological elements, which will always ensure there is a fog of war. A review of War Time: An Idea, Its History, Its Consequences by Mary Dudziak (and more) and The End of War by John Horgan. A review of Useful Enemies: When Waging Wars Is More Important than Winning Them by David Keen. Is war inevitable? Human evolution has been defined by conflict, says E. O. Wilson. War is betrayal: Chris Hedges on persistent myths of combat.