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Psychological Perspectives on Radicalization.
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Shelve Japan's First Modern War: Army and Society in the Conflict with China 1894-95.
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And a decisive military outcome seemed unlikely. However, it was not until 1987 that the Security Council got around to demanding a cease-fire, and a further year was to go by before Iran - originally the injured party but latterly the more stubborn one - decided that the going was getting too tough.
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War and military systems should be analyzed as organizational structures in society which are managed, first .
War and military systems should be analyzed as organizational structures in society which are managed, first of all, by the political system, a function system of society, and which by no means excludes a multiplicity of interdependencies with other systems. Historically, this was the role the classical Leviathans, the States, have always been playing by imposing peace internally and externally through war or the threat of war, and maintaining peace through military means.
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As the United States and NATO allies expand their presence along the alliance’s eastern flank in response to increased Russian aggression, it has become increasingly important to engage in a dialogue with representatives from the Baltic States and Poland to better understand their perceptions of regional security and the impact of . and NATO assurance efforts. To that end, CSIS conducted a Track 2 dialogue in 2016 with civil society leaders, security experts, academics, and government representatives across the Baltic States, Poland, and the United States. Download PDF file of "Perspectives on Security and Strategic Stability".
Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute, . The book is not a comprehensive or exhaustive treatment of either strategic theory or the policymaking process. Both volumes are organized to proceed from the general to the specific. Thus the first volume opens with general thoughts on the nature and theory of war and strategy, proceeds to look at the complex aspect of power, and concludes with specific theoretical issues.
Section 2 Military security. 7 Reflecting on war and peace. Conceptual and Theoretical – Military Security – Non-Military Security – Institutions and Security – Case Studies. 8 New wars, globalisation and failed states. 9 Nuclear proliferation. 10 The international arms trade in conventional weapons. In addition to presenting the major theoretical perspectives, the book examines a range of important and controversial topics in modern debates, covering both traditional military and non-military security issues such as proliferation, humanitarian intervention, food security and environmental security.
This study presents the outcome of a Track II dialogue among civil society leaders, security experts, academics, and government representatives from across . Books related to Perspectives on Security and Strategic Stability.
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