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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Nonlethal weapons and capabilities.
New York, NY : Council on Foreign Relations Press ; [Washington, D.C. : Distributed by the Brookings Institution Press], ©2004
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Graham T Allison; P X Kelley; Richard L Garwin
|ISBN:||0876093411 9780876093412 1281041556 9781281041555|
|Description:||1 online resource (vii, 63 pages).|
|Series Title:||Task force report (Council on Foreign Relations)|
|Responsibility:||Graham T. Allison and Paul X. Kelley, co-chairs ; Richard L. Garwin, project director.|
Integrating nonlethal weapons (NLW) more widely into the U.S. Army and Marine Corps could have reduced damage, saved lives, and helped limit the widespread looting and sabotage that occurred after the cessation of major conflict in Iraq. So argues this report of a Council-sponsored independent Task Force led by Dr. Graham T. Allison, director of the Belfer Center for science and international affairs at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government, General Paul X. Kelley, USMC (ret.), former commandant of the Marine Corps, and former military officers, business executives, academics, diplomats, and congressional staff. Incorporating NLW capabilities into the equipment, training, and doctrine of the armed services could substantially improve U.S. effectiveness in conflict, postconflict, and homeland defense. The Task Force report concludes that equipping U.S.-trained and -supported local forces in Afghanistan and Iraq with NLW would help reinforce authority and be more acceptable to local populations than conventionally armed troops.
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- United States. -- Army -- Weapons systems.
- Nonlethal weapons -- United States.
- Peacekeeping forces, American.
- United States -- Military policy.
- United States. -- Army.
- Military policy.
- Nonlethal weapons.
- Armed Forces -- Weapons systems.
- United States.
- Samfundsvidenskab -- Politologi.