4 edition of Defense planning for the post-Cold War era found in the catalog.
|Statement||Paul K. Davis, Lou Finch.|
|Contributions||Finch, Lou., United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Joint Staff., National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||UA23 .D286 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||95171068|
the evolution of alliances to reflect post-Cold War era challenges, the prospects for more cooperative global security rules and institutions to enhance security, and the integration of U.S. defense planning with broader, interagency policies to address global by: 4. defense and other policy areas, particularly in light of the shift to renewed great power competition.1 Background Shift to Renewed Great Power Competition Many observers have concluded that the post-Cold War era of international relations—which began in the early s and is sometimes referred to as the unipolar moment (with the United.
Wolfowitz [in ] was ahead of his time, beginning to try to think through the post-Cold War era. Wolfowitz saw very early that the fundamental choice was American leadership or increasing chaos. In a broad new policy statement that is in its final drafting stage, the Defense Department asserts that America's political and military mission in the post-cold-war era will be to insure that no.
In its first detailed military planning for the post-cold-war era, the Pentagon envisions seven scenarios for potential foreign conflicts that could draw United States forces into combat over the. Among the topics they addressed were their experience with defense planning in the post-Cold War era, how different administrations had responded to national security challenges, and U.S. military.
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Defense Planning for the Post-Cold War Era. Giving Meaning to Flexibility, Adaptiveness, and Robustness of Capability. by Paul K. Davis, Lou Finch. Citation; EmbedCited by: 5. Defense planning for the post-Cold War era: giving meaning to flexibility, adaptiveness, and robustness of capability.
The end of the Cold War, the advent of dramatic new technologies leading to the Revolution in Military Affairs, the shift to and dependence on the commercial marketplace, the dramatic mergers of defense industrial giants, and a defense budget which is radically out of balance and very : Hardcover.
Defense planning for the Post-Cold War Era. Giving Meaning to Flexibility, Adaptiveness, and Robustness of Capability.
In this compelling study, Eland questions the core assumptions of the American foreign policy and defense establishments that call for military interventions around the world and high and increasing defense budgets at home. He outlines a security policy more appropriate to the sober realities of the post-Cold War era.5/5(1).
The place of military history in today’s defense planning Michael E. O’Hanlon Friday, Septem Author: Michael E.
O'hanlon. This book analyzes President Bush's new Regional Defense Strategy--the master plan that will guide the transformation of U.S. defense policy for the Defense planning for the post-Cold War era book War era.
Most recent books on defense prescribe how U.S. policy ought to change or critique past policies without taking Bush's new strategy into account. This book takes a different approach, providing the first comprehensive assessment.
This book focuses on the challenges faced by defense-related industries and by the US Department of Defense in the post-Cold War era: by the former in enhancing their financial well-being, and by the latter in maintaining affordable national security. The fact that America faced relatively weak rivals during the post-Cold War era made it plausible, at least in theory, for the Defense Department to defeat more than one at a time.9 Today, however, a conflict with either China or Russia would consume the vast majority of America’s global combat power as well as critical enablers such as airlift and sealift (its ability to move forces and.
(shelved 1 time as post-cold-war) avg rating — 5, ratings — published In The New National Defense Program Guidelines: Aligning U.S. and Japanese Defense Strategies for the Third Post-Cold War Era, a bilateral group of Japanese and American scholars and former defense officials examine the policy implications of the new NDPG.
In a collection of papers, they analyze the global changes in the post-Cold War security environment that stimulated adjustments to Japan's. Nikolaos Diakidis. affiliation not provided to SSRN. Date Written: Decem Abstract.
The paper studies the principal aspects of China’s defense strategy in the post-Cold War era, presenting an overview of the Sino-Russian defense cooperation. Focus is placed on the evolution of the operational/tactical doctrine of the People’s Cited by: 1.
This book is a collection of essays by senior defense analysts at RAND, all of whom have been deeply involved in post-Cold War defense planning studies for the Department of Defense.
The essays cover a wide spectrum of issues, including alternative strategies and structures for defense planning, conventional deterrence of Third World opponents, modernizing weapon systems and force structures, and planning under uncertainty (a major theme of the book Cited by: This book is a collection of essays by senior defense analysts at RAND, all of whom have been deeply involved in post-Cold War defense planning studies for the Department of Defense.
The essays cover a wide spectrum of issues, including alternative strategies and structures for defense planning, conventional deterrence of Third World opponents, modernizing weapon systems and force structures, and planning under uncertainty (a major theme of the book.
Preventive defense: a new security strategy for America User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. The post-Cold War era is still a dangerous time, and the role and structure of America's armed forces continues to be hotly debated.
Perry, the former secretary of defense, and Carter, an assistant Read full review. We got used to treating the future like an advanced version of the present during the Cold War, when Soviet forces provided a well-understood, slowly advancing focal point for long-range planning.
Toward a New Maritime Strategy examines the evolution of American naval thinking in the post-Cold War era. It recounts the development of the U.S. Navy’s key strategic documents from the fall of the Berlin Wall in to the release in of the U.S. Navy’s maritime strategy, A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century penetrating intellectual history critically analyzes the.
Washington, D.C., Febru - The United States should use its power to "prevent the reemergence of a new rival" either on former Soviet territory or elsewhere, declared a controversial draft of the Defense Planning Guidance (DPG) prepared by then Secretary of Defense Richard Cheney's Pentagon and leaked to The New York Times in March ().
Defending Small States: Norwegian and Danish Defense Policies in the Post-Cold War Era. Defense & Security Analysis: Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. Cited by: 4. Because we are in a post-Cold War era, these roles are less demanding for a few reasons. The likelihood of an all-out war between the U.S.
and Russia has greatly diminished, and because of that, the role of nuclear weapons in general is lessened. onto U.S. strategic thinking about the post-Cold War era and the infamous Defense Planning Guidance.
1 This article significantly expands on arguments first made in the author’s recent book. See Hal Brands, Making the Unipolar Moment: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Rise of the Post-Cold War Order (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, ).All of these contributions can enrich and broaden oneís understanding of post-Cold War international relations.
v. Notes. 1. This point relies heavily on M. East, ìForeign Policy-Making in the Post-Cold War Era,î a paper delivered at the International Studies Association convention, San Diego, California, April2.era, said Secretary Aspin.
'Tm pleased to be back at Georgetown to announce the fulfilment of this pledge," said Secretary Aspin. In comparing the Base Force and the Bottom-Up Review force structure, Aspin looked at the post-Cold War era in .