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The Limits Of U S Military Capability

Author : James H. Lebovic
ISBN : 0801897505
Genre : Political Science
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Military Capability carefully assesses evidence to develop lessons applicable to other conflicts—especially the ongoing war in Afghanistan.

The Role And Limitations Of Technology In U S Counterinsurgency Warfare

ISBN : 9781612346755
Genre : History
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Richard W. Rubright addresses the constraints of technology in enhancing American military capability. Analyzing the confines and self-imposed restrictions on the use of technology as well as current military doctrine, he develops a new rubric for guiding the military in modern warfare.


Author : Douglas Porch
ISBN : 9781107027381
Genre : History
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Controversial new history of counterinsurgency which challenges its claims as an effective strategy of waging war.

Department Of Defense Dictionary Of Military And Associated Terms

ISBN : 1931641323
Genre : Political Science
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The Limits Of Alliance

Author : Andrew A. Michta
ISBN : 0742538656
Genre : History
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The Limits of Alliance surveys the security policies of the states in North and Central Europe in the context of a declining North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the emerging European Security and Defense Policy. It analyzes U.S. policy toward the region and examines the continued viability of alignments inherited from the Cold War era. It concludes that although NATO will continue to exist in the coming decade, the hollowing-out of the alliance will be accompanied by a shift in transatlantic security relations toward bilateralism determined by regional security considerations.

Structuring U S Forces After The Cold War

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ISBN : UCR:31210024857219
Genre : United States
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The Limits Of Power

Author : Andrew Bacevich
ISBN : 0805088156
Genre : Political Science
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A conservative historian and former military officer calls for specific and practical measures to address key issues related to America's troubled economy, compromises to true democratic principles, and inappropriate involvement in military conflicts. 35,000 first printing.

Iraq S Military Capabilities In 2002

Author : Anthony H. Cordesman
ISBN : 0892064161
Genre : History
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Cordesman (strategy, Center for Strategic and International Studies) assesses what we know of the potential of Iraq's military capabilities as of August 2002. There are several appendices with tables of military combat strength of the countries in the Persian Gulf, their recent arms supplies agreements, and Iraqi arms purchases. The volume is not indexed. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Measures Of Military Capability

Author : United States. General Accounting Office
ISBN : UIUC:30112033970622
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War Made New

Author : Max Boot
ISBN : 9781101216835
Genre : History
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A monumental, groundbreaking work, now in paperback, that shows how technological and strategic revolutions have transformed the battlefield Combining gripping narrative history with wide-ranging analysis, War Made New focuses on four ?revolutions? in military affairs and describes how inventions ranging from gunpowder to GPS-guided air strikes have remade the field of battle?and shaped the rise and fall of empires. War Made New begins with the Gunpowder Revolution and explains warfare?s evolution from ritualistic, drawn-out engagements to much deadlier events, precipitating the rise of the modern nation-state. He next explores the triumph of steel and steam during the Industrial Revolution, showing how it powered the spread of European colonial empires. Moving into the twentieth century and the Second Industrial Revolution, Boot examines three critical clashes of World War II to illustrate how new technology such as the tank, radio, and airplane ushered in terrifying new forms of warfare and the rise of centralized, and even totalitarian, world powers. Finally, Boot focuses on the Gulf War, the invasion of Afghanistan, and the Iraq War?arguing that even as cutting-edge technologies have made America the greatest military power in world history, advanced communications systems have allowed decentralized, ?irregular? forces to become an increasingly significant threat.

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