A major statement on the relations between military affairs and statecraft by the dean of American civilian strategists. A thought-provoking and original look at WHY humans fight. The author puts war in its international political context as he examines the history of wars N World Wars I and II, Korea, and Vietnam and looks at the changing attitudes toward war, theories on its causes, "vital interests," nuclear weapons, and the true nature of strategy. Trade .
|Paperback Book, 514 pages||English|
|Longman (Mar. 11th, 1974)||Unknown|
|9780023150203||6.08 x 9.02 x 1.15 inches|
|General Politics and General Current Events|