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Book:How 9/11 changed our ways of war / edited by James Burk.:2013. Book How 9/11 changed our ways of war / edited by James Burk.
How 9/11 changed our ways of war / edited by James Burk.
Associated Name: Burk, James, 1948-
Publication year: 2013.
Language: English
Call Number DS79.76 .H56 2013
Media class: Book
Publisher: Stanford, California : Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804786591 0804786593
Extent: x, 295 pages ; 24 cm
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Description:
pt. 1. Choosing war. The end of (military) history? : the demise of the western way of war -- Assessing strategic choices in the War on Terror -- The rise, persistence, and decline of the War on Terror -- pt. 2. Using force. Odysseus prevails over Achilles : a warrior model suited to post-9/11 conflicts -- What "success" means in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya -- Torture, harm, and the prospect of moral repair -- pt. 3. Mobilizing resources. Isomorphism within NATO? : soldiers and armed forces before and after 9/11 -- The mobilization of private forces after 9/11 : ad hoc response to inadequate planning -- Globalization and al Qaeda's challenge to American unipolarity.

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