V,49 #1 & 2 Spring-summer 2019; Parameters

V,49 #1 & 2 Spring-summer 2019; Parameters
Title:
Parameters, The U.S Army War College Quarterly, V. 49 N0. 1-2 Sring-Summer 2019
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Paperback
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Description

This edition  new issue of Parameters, the voice of the U.S. Army War College, is now available!  The Spring-Summer 2019 Volume features three highly relevant subjects to better understand today’s increasingly volatile and complex global political and military operating environment.  Key articles featured include:

  • A2/AD Myths: Chinese & Russian
  • Enhancing Security & Stability
  • On Strategic Foundations

These subjects cover hot topics facing U.S. military and political strategists of a geopolitical nature from strategies to deter the rapid incursion of China across the South China Sea; according to the author, Sam Tangredi, the “myth” of Russia’s “A2/AD”acronym that stands for anti-access/anti-denial positions within China’s strategy and explores whether the U.S. military should explore similar operations to better defend Eastern European nations, and two articles by Richard Lacquement Jr. how “pattern recognition” might guide action in “unfamiliar intellectual terrain”.

It also includes thirteen compelling book reviews ranging in content from “Policing Sex and Marriage in the American Military”, to, “The Ethics of War and Peace Revisited”, to, “Sons of Freedom: the Forgotten American Soldiers Who Defeated Germany in World War I”, and more.

Numerous maps help define the geographic centers where these subjects are focused.

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Table of Contents

5 Anti-Access Strategiesin the Pacific: The United States and China

21 Russia’s A2/AD Capabilities: Real and Imagined

37 Human Security in the Arctic: Implications for the United States Army

51 Projecting Stability: A Deployable NATO Police Command

59 Analogical Thinking: The Sine Qua Non for Using History Well

69 Reconsidering Sun Tzu

81 On “Social Media Warriors: Leveraging a New Battlespace”

82 The Authors Reply

Audience

Military and federal government leadership engaged in policy making and strategic thinking regarding the U. S. Military future operations and goals could utilize this reference. Historians and students of military history, military science,and strategic thinking, may interest civilians and veterans.

Product Details

Availability Details:
In Stock
USA Price:
$17.00
International Price:
$23.80
Publisher:
Defense Dept., Army
Weight:
0.6875
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Cover:
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Unit of Issue (US):
1
Unit of Issue (Non-US):
1
Record Creation Date:
09/20/2019
Last Status Update:
11/14/2019
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