At the beginning of last year we had a couple of books come out which sparked a bit of debate. These were books analysing the war in Afghanistan and its consequences. The review of the book, "Behavioural Conflict and Behavioural Change" can be found by clicking on the title and the discussion forum can be found here:- http://www.arrse.co.uk/staff-college-staff-officers/176380-behavioural-conflict-behavioural-change.html. As the war in Afghanistan draws down a new book by Frank Ledwidge looks at the cost of this conflict. The review of this book can be found here:- ARmy RSE - Investment in Blood by Frank Ledwidge I suspect that there will be quite a bit of looking at what was done in Afghanistan in the past decade and Ledwidge's book kicks off the debate. I thought that, following the debate 18 months ago that maybe people have different POVs or have strengthened their original stance. Here is a place to have your say. Please keep to the subject in hand.