This book focuses on contemporary conflicts and how we can use the experience and knowledge gained from the Cold War to construct an effective program. It includes the elements for a theory of engagement and identifies management concepts for instructing foreign policy.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. A New World, A New Challenge 2. Back to the Future: Structuring Foreign Policy in a Post–Cold War World Part One: The First Pillar of Success in Contemporary Conflict: A Theory of Engagement to Deal With the New World Disorder 3. Confronting the New World Disorder: A Legitimate Governance Theory of Engagement 4. End-State Planning: The Somalia Case 5. Application of Theory and Principle: The Case of El Salvador Part Two: The Second Pillar of Success: Tools of Power and Appropriate Weapons Systems to Support the Theory 6. New National Security Challenges 7. Confronting the "Hard Decisions" of Redefined Sovereignty and the Tools of Intervention in the New Security Environment 8. The Search for Legitimate Partners in the New International Security Environment Part Three: The Third Pillar: An Appropriate Management Structure for the Conduct of Contemporary Conflict 9. Organizing for Operations Other Than War (OOTW) in the Post–Cold War Era 10. The Principle of Unity of Effort: A Strategy for Conflict Management 11. The Management Structures for Just Cause Part Four: Additional Challenges in Confronting the New World Disorder 12. The Implications of the Organized Crime Phenomenon for U.S. National Security 13. Strategic Intelligence in the Coming Years: Foreign Policy and Defense Asset 14. Final Thoughts on Lessons Learned and Conflict Management