1st Edition

Alternative Military Strategies For The Future

By Keith A. Dunn Copyright 1985
    256 Pages
    by Routledge

    232 Pages
    by Routledge

    This book outlines the changes in military strategy, policy, and force structure that prominent civilian and military experts in defense believe the United States must adopt if it is to cope successfully with threats to national security in the 1980s and 1990s.

    Also of Interest from Westview Press -- Preface -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Competing Military Strategies: Problems and Prospects -- Strategic Environment -- US Strategy and the World of the 1980s: Some Western European Perspectives -- Optimism Versus Pessimism: A Soviet View of the Strategic Environment -- Planning for the Most Likely Contingencies: The Foreign Policy Context -- Coping with the Strategic Environment -- Competing Views of the Central Region Conventional Balance -- Conventional Forces: Framing the Issues -- Alternative Military Strategies -- Strategic-Nuclear Parity Versus the Military Priorities of the Reagan Administration -- Third World Conflicts: Implications for US Security and Force Structure -- A Strategy of Restraint for the United States -- US Military Strategy in the Nuclear Era


    Dunn, Keith A.