War And The Art Of Governance

Author: Nadia Schadlow
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 1626164118
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War and the Art of Governance examines fifteen historical cases of US Army military interventions, from the Mexican War through the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

War And The Art Of Governance

Author: Nadia Schadlow
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 162616410X
Size: 29.80 MB
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War and the Art of Governance examines fifteen historical cases of US Army military interventions, from the Mexican War through the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

War And The Art Of Governance

Author: Nadia Schadlow
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ISBN: 9781626164093
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War and the Art of Governance examines fifteen historical cases of US Army military interventions, from the Mexican War through the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Assessing War

Author: Leo J. Blanken
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 1626162476
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Covering conflicts from the eighteenth century to today, Assessing War blends focused advice and a uniquely broad set of case studies to ponder vital questions about warfare's past—and its future. The book includes a foreword by Gen.

The Shadow Of Anbar

Author: Carter Malkasian
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190659424
Size: 71.72 MB
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In the years immediately following the 2006 "Surge" of American troops in Iraq, observers of America's counterinsurgency war there regarded the defeat of Al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) in Anbar Province as one of the strategy's signature victories.

Our Latest Longest War

Author: Aaron B. O'Connell
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022626579X
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These are difficult topics for any American or Afghan to consider, especially those who lost friends or family in it. This sobering history—written by the very people who have been fighting the war—is impossible to ignore.

Which Path To Persia

Author: Kenneth M. Pollack
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 9780815703792
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In Which Path to Persia? a group of experts with the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings lays out the courses of action available to the United States. What are the benefits and drawbacks of airstrikes?

The Wrong Enemy

Author: Carlotta Gall
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544045688
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Combining searing personal accounts of battles and betrayals with moving portraits of the ordinary Afghans who were caught up in the conflict of more than a decade, The Wrong Enemy is a sweeping account of a war brought by American leaders ...

The Battle For Syria

Author: Christopher Phillips
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 030021717X
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Christopher Phillips argues instead that the international dimension was never secondary but that Syria's war was, from the very start, profoundly influenced by regional factors, particularly the vacuum created by a perceived decline of U.S ...

Building State Capability

Author: Matt Andrews
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198747489
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These achievement deficiencies reveal gaps in capabilities, and weaknesses in the process of building state capability. This book addresses these weaknesses and gaps.