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Defeating terrorism: strategic issue analyses Strategic Studies Institute, United States

By: United States Strategic Studies Institute - SSI
Contributor(s): Martin, Colonel John R [ed.]
Publisher: USA Strategic Studies Institute - SSI 2002Description: viii, 111 pISBN: 158487080XSubject(s): Ciencia Militar | Fuerzas Armadas | Relaciones Cívico-Militares | Política Militar | Islamismo | Seguridad Nacional | Terrorismo | 11 de Septiembre de 2001DDC classification: 355
Contents:
1.Terrorism viewed historically 2. War aims and war termination 3. Beware of unintended consequences 4. Avoiding holy war: ensuring that the war on terrorism 5. State support for terrorism 6. Maintaining strategic balance while fighting terrorism 7. Homeland security issues: a strategic perspective 8. The military`s role in the new domestic security environment: will army missions change? 9. Defining preparedness: Army Force Structure in the war on terrorism 10. The campaign against terrorism: finding the right mix of foreign policy instruments 11. The carrot and stick challenge 12. Potential changes in U.S. Civil-Military Relations 13. Ethical issues in counter terrorism warfare 14. Coalition partners: Pakistan 15. Coalition partners: India 15. Central Asia and the war on terrorism: towards a new alignment 17. Russia an the U.S. war on terrorism 18. Coalition partners: China 19. Reaction of key Asian states to the war on terrorism 20.. Terrorism: sounding Roland's Horn across the Atlantic
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1.Terrorism viewed historically 2. War aims and war termination 3. Beware of unintended consequences 4. Avoiding holy war: ensuring that the war on terrorism 5. State support for terrorism 6. Maintaining strategic balance while fighting terrorism 7. Homeland security issues: a strategic perspective 8. The military`s role in the new domestic security environment: will army missions change? 9. Defining preparedness: Army Force Structure in the war on terrorism 10. The campaign against terrorism: finding the right mix of foreign policy instruments 11. The carrot and stick challenge 12. Potential changes in U.S. Civil-Military Relations 13. Ethical issues in counter terrorism warfare 14. Coalition partners: Pakistan 15. Coalition partners: India 15. Central Asia and the war on terrorism: towards a new alignment 17. Russia an the U.S. war on terrorism 18. Coalition partners: China 19. Reaction of key Asian states to the war on terrorism 20.. Terrorism: sounding Roland's Horn across the Atlantic

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