|Title||Strategy in the contemporary world : an introduction to strategic studies|
|Author||edited by John Baylis, James J. Wirtz, and Colin S. Gray|
|Imprint||Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013|
|Descript||xxv, 428 p. ; 25 cm|
Strategy in the contemporary world: strategy after 9/11. -- The causes of war and the conditions of peace. -- The evolution of modern warfare. -- Strategic theory. -- Strategic culture. -- Law, politics and the use of force. -- Geography and strategy. -- Technology and warfare. -- Intelligence and strategy. -- Irregular warfare: terrorism and insurgency. -- The second nuclear age: nuclear weapons in the twenty-first century. -- The control of weapons of mass destruction. -- Conventional power and contemporary warfare. -- Iraq, Afghanistan, and American military transformation. -- Homeland security: a new strategic paradigm? -- Humanitarian intervention and peace operations. -- The rise of cyberpower. -- A new agenda for security and strategy? -- Strategic studies and its critics. -- The practice of strategy. -- Does strategic studies have a future?
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|Political Science Library||355.02 S898 2013||CHECK SHELVES|
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