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The end of the Cold War created a near-euphoria that nations might resort less to military force and that the Doomsday nuclear clock might stop short of midnight. Events soon dashed the higher of these hopes, but the nature of military force and the uses to which it might be put did appear to be changing. In this volume, eleven leading scholars apply their particular expertise to understanding what (if anything) has changed and what has not, why the patterns are as they are, and just what the future might bring. Together, the authors address political, moral, and military factors in the decision to use or avoid military force. Case studies of the Gulf War and Bosnia, analyses of the role of women in the armed forces and the role of intelligence agencies, and studies of interbranch and inter-agency tensions and cooperation inform the various chapters. A strong and thoughtful introduction by H. W. Brands provides the context that ties together the themes and perspectives. Scholars in this distinguished collection include Stephen Biddle, Alexander L. George, J. Bryan Hehir, Andrew Kohut, Andrew Krepinevich, James M. Lindsay, Charles Moskos, Williamson Murray, Bruce Russett, Tony Smith, and Susan L. Woodward. The volume will help scholars, policy makers, and concerned citizens contemplate national alternatives when force threatens. 20th century,americas,diplomacy,elections and political process,engineering,executive branch,history,international and world politics,leadership,military Elections & Political Process, Texas A & M University Press

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The end of the Cold War created a near-euphoria that nations might resort less to military force and that the Doomsday nuclear clock might stop short of midnight. Events soon dashed the higher of these hopes, but the nature of military force and the uses to which it might be put did appear to be changing. In this volume, eleven leading scholars apply their particular expertise to understanding what (if anything) has changed and what has not, why the patterns are as they are, and just what the future might bring. Together, the authors address political, moral, and military factors in the decision to use or avoid military force. Case studies of the Gulf War and Bosnia, analyses of the role of women in the armed forces and the role of intelligence agencies, and studies of interbranch and inter-agency tensions and cooperation inform the various chapters. A strong and thoughtful introduction by H. W. Brands provides the context that ties together the themes and perspectives. Scholars in this distinguished collection include Stephen Biddle, Alexander L. George, J. Bryan Hehir, Andrew Kohut, Andrew Krepinevich, James M. Lindsay, Charles Moskos, Williamson Murray, Bruce Russett, Tony Smith, and Susan L. Woodward. The volume will help scholars, policy makers, and concerned citizens contemplate national alternatives when force threatens. 20th century,americas,diplomacy,elections and political process,engineering,executive branch,history,international and world politics,leadership,military Elections & Political Process, Texas A&M University Press

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The end of the Cold War created a near-euphoria that nations might resort less to military force and that the Doomsday nuclear clock might stop short of midnight. Events soon dashed the higher of these hopes, but the nature of military force and the uses to which it might be put did appear to be changing. In this volume, eleven leading scholars apply their particular expertise to understanding what (if anything) has changed and what has not, why the patterns are as they are, and just what the future might bring. Together, the authors address political, moral, and military factors in the decision to use or avoid military force. Case studies of the Gulf War and Bosnia, analyses of the role of women in the armed forces and the role of intelligence agencies, and studies of interbranch and inter-agency tensions and cooperation inform the various chapters. A strong and thoughtful introduction by H. W. Brands provides the context that ties together the themes and perspectives. Scholars in this distinguished collection include Stephen Biddle, Alexander L. George, J. Bryan Hehir, Andrew Kohut, Andrew Krepinevich, James M. Lindsay, Charles Moskos, Williamson Murray, Bruce Russett, Tony Smith, and Susan L. Woodward. The volume will help scholars, policy makers, and concerned citizens contemplate national alternatives when force threatens. The Use of Force After the Cold War Brands, H. W., Texas A&M University Press

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The Use of Force After the Cold War

American political scholarship since the early 1970s has so focused on Vietnam that little attention has been paid to Lyndon Johnson's foreign policy in other regions of the world. In this volume, H. W. Brands has gathered the work of some of the most important scholars addressing regions other than Vietnam. Contributors include biographer Robert Dallek, who evaluates the president as a world leader; Thomas A. Schwartz reexamines Johnson's policies toward Europe; John Prados argues that Johnson deserves more credit for the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) than he has previously been given; William O. Walker III analyzes the relationship between the United States and Cuba during Johnson's presidency; and Peter Felten explains the complicated tangle of relations between the United States and the Dominican Republic, focusing on Johnson's role in establishing the parameters of U.S. policy. In "Nasser Delenda Est", Douglas Little examines the Six Day War, and Robert J. McMahon investigates American relations with three Asian allies: Pakistan, Thailand, and the Philippines.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780890969281
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0890969280
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2000
Publisher: TEXAS A & M UNIV PR
352 Pages
Weight: 0,694 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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