4 edition of The Post-Cold War Force-Sizing Debate found in the catalog.
The Post-Cold War Force-Sizing Debate
James A. Winnefeld
by Rand Corp
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||97|
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Post-cold war force sizing debate: paradigms, metaphors, and disconnects I James A. Winnefeld ; prepared for the Joint Staff. em "RJS." Includes bibliographical references. ISBN X 1. United States-Military policy. States-Armed Forces.
United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Title. UAW Cited by: 3. 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.
The report outlines the debate, offers different perspectives for restructuring it, and sets out recommendations for defining force requirements. The Post-Cold War Force-Sizing Debate: Paradigms, Metaphors, and Disconnects/RJs Jan 1, by James A. Winnefeld Paperback.
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.T Created Date: 5/18/ PM.
The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: The uncertainty of the post-Cold War world has left defense planners and analysts debating the proper force planning methodology to pursue, and opened a broader debate concerning the size and purpose of the U.S.
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This article reviews the huge Cold War-era and post-Cold War literature on American Communism and anti-Communism in the United States. These issues have long been the subject of heated scholarly debate. The Cold War ended rapidly and, for many, unexpectedly. Duringcommunist regimes across Eastern Europe crumbled in quick succession, and the Berlin Wall fell in November.
Its removal was followed by the unification of Germany a year later and inthe Soviet Union ceased to exist. (shelved 1 time as post-cold-war) avg rating — 7, ratings — published The Post-cold War Force-sizing Debate.
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For years, most historians placed blame squarely on Soviet shoulders and helped perpetuate the notion that Americans wanted merely to expand freedom and democracy.
His major book publications treat the politics of the Whites in the Russian Civil War (), Cold War diplomacy after the death of Stalin (), and the political biography of a controversial Soviet author (). His edited volume Euphoria and Exhaustion () explores the. As Freedman observed, this conflict resolved the high-tech versus low-tech debate which had persisted throughout the Cold War.
37 Observers now spoke of a paradigm shift in the conduct of war and a revolution in military affairs (RMA) caused by technological advance in computers and communications.
38 Paradoxically, cuts in defence spending and. The Cold War rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union lasted for decades and resulted in anti-communist suspicions and international incidents that .Indeed, the United States during the post-Cold War era gained an unfortunate reputation for having a low cost-tolerance – for US blood, if not for treasure.
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