The Framework of Operational Warfare
Routledge, 1991 - 186 pages
War has always been (and continues to be) a major feature of the way in which the nations of the world interact with one another. Throughout history wars have both built and destroyed great nations. Although the conduct of war is considered the exclusive province of the military, its effects will touch the whole nation. War is also chaotic, and in this book Lieutenant Colonel Newell proposes an orderly method for determining whether or not war is the most appropriate means of resolving international disputes.
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