Small Wars (Hardcover)

Michael D. Gambone

Editorial: Univ Tennessee Press, 2013
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Hardcover. Today, conventional fighting waged by massed, industrial armies is nearly extinct as a viable means of warfare, replaced by a broad and diverse array of conflicts that consume.Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 408 pages. 0.739. N° de ref. de la librería 9781572339149

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Críticas: "Small Wars is unique in its complexity and breadth. This book would be of great interest to both military and diplomatic historians, and those that teach Recent America." --Nancy Gentile Ford, author of Issues of War and Peace Small Wars is unique in its complexity and breadth. This book would be of great interest to both military and diplomatic historians, and those that teach Recent America. Nancy Gentile Ford, author of Issues of War and Peace"

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Título: Small Wars (Hardcover)
Editorial: Univ Tennessee Press
Año de publicación: 2013
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: New

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Descripción University of Tennessee Press, United States, 2013. Hardback. Condición: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Today, conventional fighting waged by massed, industrial armies is nearly extinct as a viable means of warfare, replaced by a broad and diverse array of conflicts that consume the modern American military. Fought in sprawling urban areas of the underdeveloped world or in desolate border regions where ethnicity and tradition reign, these small wars involve a vast and intricate network of operations dedicated to attacking the cultural, political, financial, and military layers that surround America s new enemies. In this intriguing study, Michael Gambone explores America s approach to small wars since Vietnam, providing a fascinating analysis of the basic goals, missions, conduct, and consequences of modern American conflict. Going beyond a simple comparison of Vietnam to the current wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Gambone thoroughly tracks the continuous evolution of U.S. intervention between these events, revealing a dramatic shift in the role of the American military to covert operations that require fluidity, creativity, and ingenuity. He examines in detail the many different forms of military intervention that America has taken in the last forty years, including actions in Central America in the 1980s, the first Gulf War, airstrikes in Kosovo in the 1990s, and the war on terror, as well as the Iran-Contra affair, the drug war in Colombia, and the role of private military contractors such as Blackwater. After the Cold War, Gambone shows, American military missions served a wide variety of tasks-peacekeeping, humanitarian assistance, counterterrorism-that significantly departed from conventional missions, a trend that continued and expanded after 9/11. By exploring the history and assessing the effectiveness of the small wars fought since Vietnam, Gambone reveals the importance of these smaller actions in modern military planning and operations and clearly traces the development of American warfare from the massive military machine of World War II into a complex hybrid of traditional and innovative techniques. Nº de ref. del artículo: AAN9781572339149

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