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|Description:||VI, 169 str. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Chapter 1: Domestic Politics and the Long War Chapter 3 Chapter 2: Renegotiating the Civil-Military Bargain after 9/11 Chapter 4 Chapter 3: Centralization vs. Decentralizations: Preparing for and Practicing Mission Command in the Counterinsurrgency Operations Chapter 5 Chapter 4: The Air Force and Twenty-First Conflicts: Dysfunctional or Dynamic? Chapter 6 Chapter 5: Strategy, Counterinsurgency, and the Army Chapter 7 Notes Chapter 8 Index Chapter 9 About the Authors|
|Responsibility:||Thomas Donnelly and Frederick W. Kagan, editors.|
Men who move frequently between military and civilian government positions, academic institutions, and various institutes, identify lessons from the US Global War on Terror and its successors. The