2 edition of Shaping American military capabilities after the cold war found in the catalog.
Shaping American military capabilities after the cold war
Richard A. Lacquement
|Statement||Richard A. Lacquement, Jr.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
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Hartung, W.D. (). Military-industrial complex revisited: How weapons makers are shaping U.S. foreign and military policies. In M. Honey that the Pentagon completely discounts the military capabilities of such key U.S. regional allies as the main beneficiaries of cold war military spending—including the Pentagon, the major military. Just before the war in Korea, senior policymakers wrote a “blueprint” for Cold War, NSC, that asserted, “The Soviet Union is seeking to create overwhelming military force.”Author: Maj. Danny Sjursen.
Gaddis is the best American historian of the Cold War and, from all his books, this one constitutes the backbone of the best Cold War history The book can be considered dense with the information it imparts, but Gaddis's lucid penmanship makes it a surprisingly easy read, even to people without previous background in U.S. foreign policy.4/5. Military Estimates and Policy Options, As relations between the West and the Soviet Union plunged toward Cold War in the aftermath of World War II, the United States and its allies fearfully beheld what they thought was a massive Soviet capability to successfully invade Western Europe, the conquest of which would drastically alter the.
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Richard Lacquement's Shaping American Military Capabilities After the Cold War (Westport, CT: Praeger, ) offers an insightful analysis of how the United States military changed, or failed to change, following the collapse of the Soviet Union.
As such, the book is a must read for scholars and military officers interested in the defense 5/5(1). Richard Lacquement's Shaping American Military Capabilities After the Cold War (Westport, CT: Praeger, ) offers an insightful analysis of how the United States military changed, or failed to change, following the collapse of the Soviet Union.5/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Context for Adapting Military Capabilities: National Strategy, Defense Budgets, and Alternative Policy Options --Trends in Military Capabilities since the Cold War --The Base Force () --The Bottom Up Review () --The Commission on Roles and Missions of the Armed Forces.
Shaping American Military Capabilities after the Cold War. by Richard A. Lacquement, Jr. Examines the nature of change and continuity in the armed forces since and compares key measures of military capabilities against the national strategy they are intended to support. Shaping American Military Capabilities after the Cold War, his first book, is based on his Princeton University doctoral dissertation.
It is the product of serious academic research that is informed throughout by the sincere search of a soldier-statesman for better ideas in the development of the U.S. armed forces' capabilities to serve the. end of the Cold War. Shaping American Military Capabilities after the Cold War serves to inform and ground a study of the history of major Clinton-era defense policy reviews.
Gauging the size, scope, and speed of change while retaining the readiness and military. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Lacquement, Richard Arlynn, Shaping American military capabilities after the Cold War.
American Military Intervention in Unconventional War: From the Philippines to A Scientific Way of War: Antebellum Military Science, West Point, and the Origins of Lacquement, Richard A., Jr.
Shaping American Military Capabilities after the Cold War. Westport: Praeger, pp. (UAL22 ) Praeger Security International File Size: KB. He is the author of the book Shaping American Military Capabilities after the Cold War and several articles and book chapters on national security, the Army, civil-military relations, post-war drawdowns, stability operations and counterinsurgency.
He holds a B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy, master’s degrees from the Naval War College and. We are accustomed to viewing the cold war as a determined and heroic response of the U.S. to communist aggression spearheaded and orchestrated by the Soviet Union. This image was carefully constructed by presidents and their advisers in their memoirs (1).
This view also was incorporated in some of the first scholarly works on the cold war, but was then rebutted by a wide variety of revisionist. Shaping American Military Capabilities after the Cold War by Richard A. Lacquement. ABC-CLIO, LLC, Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. military. This book is far from the final word on military technology and trans-formation, but it may serve to stimulate the proponents of major change to en-gage in a more detailed debate.
JAMES R. FITZSIMONDS Captain, U.S. Navy Naval War College Moskos, Charles C., John Allen Williams, and Da-vid R. Segal, eds. The Postmodern Military: Armed. Shaping American Military Capabilities after the Cold War, Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, “The Many Traps of Thucydides & the Virtues of Complexity,” War Room, 30 August “Preaching after the Devil’s Death: U.S.
Post-Cold War Drawdown,” Chapter 12 in Drawdown: The. After all, the end of the Cold War ostensibly left little to fight about. With the collapse of communism and the triumph of democratic capitalism, all the really big questions had been settled.
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Thus, based on a deductive approach and qualitative research, we argue that the strategic planning process is a Author: João Correia.
The canonical scholarship of the Cold War period thus explained not how to win a conflict, but how to avoid it on one’s own terms. Theorists like Thomas Schelling, who received the Nobel memorial prize in economics for his studies of game theory, described how a state can gain and retain an edge without firing a single shot.
Scroll down to see articles about the Cold War’s beginnings, the foreign policies of American presidents regarding the Cold War, the end of communism in Eastern Europe in the s, and final Soviet collapse in Alternatively, if you would like to learn about the.
In From World War to Cold War: Churchill, Roosevelt, and the International History of the s, David Reynolds seeks to bring a sense of contingency to existing considerations of the s, ‘the most dramatic and decisive decade of the twentieth century’ (p.
1).As Reynolds reminds us, neither World War II nor the Cold War was inevitable. The development of both depended on decisions and. In the book The Cold War: A New History, John Lewis Gaddis proposes a unique vision of the Cold War and its impact on the world and relations between the USSR and America.
The book consists of seven chapters devoted to different aspects of the Cold War and relations between the world states. The Cold War On American Politics Words 4 Pages When one U.S. historian wrote, “the Cold War was undoubtedly the most significant factor shaping the American experience during the second half of the twentieth century”, they were likely referring to the Cold War’s colossal influence on American economics, military buildup, and social.
rooted in major war thinking of the Cold W ar. This transformation is about This transformation is about building a force capable of ﬁ ghting a peer or near-peer enemy 20 or 30 years. Why you should listen.
Thomas P.M. Barnett's bracing confidence and radical recommendations make him a powerful force shaping the future of the US military. In his book The Pentagon's New Map: War and Peace in the Twenty-First Century, Barnett draws on a fascinating combination of economic, political and cultural factors to predict and explain the nature of modern .The Chinese Communist Regime led by “lifetime” leader Xi Jinping has enhanced its military capabilities as part of it overall rise to regional and then global power.
Notably, it has not led with the use of military power as its key instrument, but has combined manufacturing growth, supply chain dominance (enabled by the Western approach [ ].