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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Managing contemporary conflict.
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1996
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Max G Manwaring; William J Olson
|Description:||xiii, 269 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction. A new world, a new challenge / Wm. J. Olson --
Back to the future / David C. Miller, Jr. --
pt. 1. The first pillar of success in contemporary conflict. Confronting the new world disorder / Max G. Manwaring and Edwin G. Corr --
End-state planning / Bruce B.B. Clarke --
Application of theory and principle / Edwin G. Corr --
pt. 2. The second pillar of success. New national security challenges / Wayne A. Downing --
Confronting the "hard decisions" of redefined sovereignty and the tools of intervention in new security environment / Dennis F. Caffrey --
The search for legitimate partners in the new international security environment / David Passage --
pt. 3. The third pillar. Organizing for operations other than war (OOTW) in the post-Cold War era / Edwin G. Corr and David C. Miller, Jr. --
The principle of unity of effort / John T. Fishel --
The management structures for Just Cause, Desert Storm, and UNOSOM II / John T. Fishel --
pt. 4. Additional challenges in confronting the new world disorder. The implications of the organized crime phenomenon for U.S. national security / Graham H. Turbiville --
Strategic intelligence in the coming years / Roy Godson --
Final thoughts on lessons learned and conflict management / Max G. Manwaring.
|Series Title:||Westview studies in regional security.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Max G. Manwaring and Wm. J. Olson.|