Spans a broad horizon of strategic topics: the use of sanctions, the relationship with the U.N., and the more subtle changes and responsibilities facing our Operational Commanders. Contents: failed U.S. China Policy, America's Asia Policy, U.S. Post-Cold War Policy, U.S. Security in the 21st Century, Deficits: Restructuring the Military, Planning for War Termination, Planning for CNN Wars, expanding our vision of jointness, military theory and peace operations, the U.S. dilemma in peace operations and change and the operation commander.See examples in Stefan T. Possony and Jerry E. Pournelle, The Strategy of Technology: Winning the Decisive War, (Cambridge, MA: Dunellen, 1970), p. 80. This is not to suggest that fine U.S. strategists do not, or have ... General Schwarzkopf placed School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) graduates at almost every level in his planning staff. See Joseph J. Romm, The Once and Future Superpower, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays on Strategy 12|
|Author||:||John N. Petrie|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-06-01|