3 edition of post-Cold War force-sizing debate found in the catalog.
post-Cold War force-sizing debate
James A. Winnefeld
|Statement||James A. Winnefeld ; prepared for the Joint Staff.|
|Contributions||United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Joint Staff.|
|LC Classifications||UA23 .W4854 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||92041970|
Post-Cold War Force Sizing Debate: Paradigms, Metaphors, and Disconnects / James A. Winnefeld / X Defense Officer Personnel Management Act of A Retrospective Assessment / Bernard D. Rostker / The Age of Illusions. By Andrew olitan Books; pages; $ T HE UNITED STATES, Andrew Bacevich writes near the start of his account of post-cold-war America, is like the man who.
Post-Cold War era is the period after the end of the Cold e the Cold War was not an active war but rather a period of geopolitical tensions punctuated by proxy wars, there is disagreement on the official ending of this conflict and subsequent existence of the post-Cold War scholars claim the Cold War ended when the world’s first treaty on nuclear . 2 w o r l d p o l i t i c s 1 See Jack S. levy, “Balances and Balancing: Concepts, Propositions and Research Design,” in John a. Vasquez and Colin elman, eds., Realism and the Balancing of Power: A New Debate (Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice-hall, ). 2 G. John Ikenberry, ed., America Unrivaled: The Future of the Balance of Power (Ithaca, N.y.: Cor-.
Cutting to the heart of the debate over the possibility of a "new world order," Baldwin's collection is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the post-Cold War world. Contributors Acknowledgments. Watch the first online debate, Related Books. The Deer and the Dragon. Edited by Donald K Emmerson. A how-to guide for managing the end of the post-Cold War .
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[James A Winnefeld; Rand Corporation.; United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Joint Staff.; National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)] -- This report contains four "essays" on strategy and force structure.
While related and presented in a natural sequence, each essay can be. Contains four "essays" on strategy and force structure. While related and presented in a natural sequence, each essay can be read as a freestanding commentary on the post-Cold War force-sizing debate between the Bush administration and the Congress.
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The Post-Cold War Force-Sizing Debate: Paradigms, Metaphors, and Disconnects Author: James A. Winnefeld Subject: Contains four "essays" on strategy and force structure. While related and presented in a natural sequence, each essay can be read as a freestanding commentary on the post-Cold War force-sizing debate between the Bush administration.
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The report outlines the debate, offers different perspectives for restructuring it, and sets out recommendations for defining force requirements. This article reviews the huge Cold War-era and post-Cold War literature on American Communism and anti-Communism in the United States.
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More recently the Defense Budget Guidance, which followed the Defense Strategic Guidance, called for “a fresh approach to the traditional ‘two war’ force-sizing construct that had shaped defense planning since the end of the cold war.” 23 Yet, of the military’s 10 primary missions outlined in the guidance, only 4 are designated.
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alternating between periods of assertion and relaxation. In the first years after the United States hastily demobilized its wartime military forces while pursuing. This construct was geared toward what was thought to be the new post–Cold War norm: regional threats like North Korea, Iran, and Ba’athist Iraq.
As characterized in the Secretary of Defense’s Annual Report inthe Two MRC construct called upon the United States “to fight and decisively win two MRCs that occur nearly simultaneously.”.