This issue of Military Review contains the following articles: A Cause for Hope: Economic Revitalization in Iraq, by Paul Brinkley, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Business Transformation; Surrounded: Seeing the World from Iran's Point of View, by Houman A. Sadri, Ph.D.; The Agile-Leader Mind-Set: Leveraging the Power of Modularity in Iraq, by Colonel (P) Robert B. Brown, U.S. Army; Peace in the Posavina, or Deal with Us! by Colonel Gregory Fontenot, U.S. Army, Ret.; Toward Strategic Communication, by Brigadier General Mari K. Eder, U.S. Army; Focusing Training -- The Big Five for Leaders, by Colonel Jeffrey R. Sanderson, U.S. Army, and Captain Scott J. Akerley, U.S. Army; The Art and Aggravation of Vetting in Post-Conflict Environments, by Sean McFate; The Maras: A Menace to the Americas, by Federico Breve, former Minister of Defense of Honduras; We the People Are Not the Center of Gravity in an Insurgency, by Major Mark P. Krieger Jr., U.S. Army; A Synchronized Approach to Population Control, by Brigadier General Joseph Anderson, U.S. Army, and Colonel Gary Volesky, U.S. Army; The Bundeswehr's New Media Challenge, by Thomas Rid; and The Surge Can Succeed, by Majors Jarett Broemmel, Terry L. Clark, and Shannon Nielsen, U.S. Army. The issue also includes book reviews and letters to the editor.