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Winning modern wars : Iraq, terrorism, and the American empire
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Éditeur Public Affairs
Année c2003
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Winning modern wars : Iraq, terrorism, and the American empire
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Description
xvi, 218 p. : maps ; 25 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index
Sujets
Classification Dewey
956.704 43
Contenu
Gulf War, round two -- ; Rolling north -- ; Decisive operations -- ; Real war, terrorism -- ; Flawed arguments, flawed strategy -- ; Beyond empire, a new America.
Résumé
The war in Iraq was the model of a modern war. [The author], the man who defined modern war, reveals how the battlefield war in Iraq was a triumph of American technology and the fighting ability of the men and women in the armed forces. [In this volume, he offers] a new approach to winning this war is in order, and urgently needed. [The volume] is a ... contribution to the ongoing debate about the best way to secure the future for America and a gripping narrative of events in the worlds' most modern theater of war. -Dust jacket.
ISBN
1-58648-218-1
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