By Hubert P. Van Tuyll
This paintings is a serious exam of the hazards which confront the us within the present period of world instability with ancient examples of earlier crises and prescriptive feedback for the longer term. the USA enters the post-Cold conflict global as a superpower, yet one whose destiny safeguard, and maybe even survival, can't be taken without any consideration. merely thrice in sleek historical past has the area noticeable such power instability; in of these situations, the outcome was once overall warfare. within the coming millennium, significant crises and wars are inevitable. even if the U.S. effectively negotiates such conflicts will depend on judgements made today.
Only cautious research and making plans can assist to guarantee that the us will shield its independence and prosperity. This learn comprises ancient examples which illustrate why the present worldwide state of affairs is phenomenally risky and the way the USA may still arrange to prevent and continue to exist crises, continue freedom of motion, and increase strategic decision-making. the writer stories the main risky strategic shortcomings and makes twenty-six thoughts for the long run on such themes as army strength constitution, overseas coverage ambitions, and household policy.
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America's Strategic Future: A Blueprint for National Survival in the New Millennium (Contributions in Military Studies) by Hubert P. Van Tuyll