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American military strategy : memos to a president

Author: Philip Zelikow
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Organized into four topics: "Security Strategy and Military Missions", "Alliances, Coalitions and Polyglot Peacekeepers", "The Promises and Perils of the Revolution in Military Affairs" and "The WMD  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Zelikow
ISBN: 0393977110 9780393977110
OCLC Number: 45610242
Description: xvii, 206 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Overview : Memo from Ernest R. May, "Suggestions from the past" --
Session 1 : Security strategy and military missions. Questions for discussion --
Memo from Richard K. Betts, "Military strategy and missions" --
Memo from Ashton Carter, "National security strategy" --
Memo from John Hillen, "American military strategy and the 2-MTW dilemma" --
Summary of discussion on security strategy and military missions --
Session 2 : Alliances, coalitions, and polyglot peacekeepers. Questions for discussion --
Memo from Kurt M. Campbell, "U.S. security alliances in Asia" --
Memo from Charles Grant, " A European perspective on global alliances" --
Memo from Pierre Lellouche, "Alliances, coalitions, and polyglot peacekeepers" --
Summary of discussion on alliances, coalitions, and polyglot peacekeepers --
Session 3 : The promises and perils of the revolution in military affairs --
Questions for discussion --
Memo from John Deutch, "A strategy for the revolution in military affairs" --
Memo to John Deutch from an assistant secretary of defense, "The revolution in military affairs" --
Memo from William Owens, "The promises of the revolution in military affairs" --
Summary of discussion of the revolution in military affairs --
Session 4 : The WMD problem : offense and defense. Questions for discussion --
Memo from David C. Gompert, "Weapons of mass destruction" --
Memo from Jan M. Lodal, "Controlling weapons of mass destruction" --
Summary of discussion on the WMD problem.
Responsibility: edited by Philip D. Zelikow.
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