A new issue of Peace and Conflict Review is out. Francis Shor (Wayne State): War in the Era of Declining US Global Hegemony. From The New Individualist, a special issue on war. From Radical Philosophy, an article on war as peace, peace as pacification. A look at how military dogs can be traumatized by the stress of war. A review of Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect, and the Ecology of Fear by Steve Goodman. More on The American Way of War by Tom Engelhardt. A review of The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace (and more). From THES, a review of Militainment, Inc.: War, Media, and Popular Culture by Roger Stahl Routledge; and a review of How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace by Charles Kupchan. An interview with Sebastian Junger, author of War (and more). Animals have each played roles in human military history, and continue to aid modern warfare. Michael Cohen on the myth of a kinder, gentler war. The end of (military) history: Andrew Bacevich on the United States, Israel, and the failure of the Western way of war (and more). From The Economist, it is time for countries to start talking about arms control on the internet; and war in the fifth domain: Are the mouse and keyboard the new weapons of conflict? Proportionality in warfare: Keith Pavlischek on the abuse of an important just war principle. A review of Peace Processes: A Sociological Approach by John Brewer. A review of Six-Legged Soldiers: Using Insects as Weapons of War by Jeffrey Lockwood.