From the Mind to the Feet
by Lawrence A. Kuznar, Allison Astorino-Courtois, Sarah Canna
Publisher: Air University Press 2011
Number of pages: 191
The 12 essays in this volume examine the concept of intent in defense, security, and foreign-policy contexts. They provide operational and academic perspectives on measuring the intent of adversaries, including nation-states and nonstate actors, and understanding the relationship of intent to behavior.
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by Edward Shepherd Creasy - The Colonial press
Fifteen decisive battles of the world from Marathon to Waterloo. A famous book which is not merely lodged in libraries, but is read and re-read. The stories the writer tells are as interesting in narrative as human struggle is itself interesting.
by Wayne Thompson, Bernard C. Nalty - Air Force History and Museums
Despite American success in preventing the conquest of South Korea by communist North Korea, the Korean War of 1950 - 1953 did not satisfy Americans who expected the kind of total victory they had experienced in World War II ...
by Chris Adams - Air University Press
This book reflects a compilation of excerpts from an unpublished broader treatment that recounts the five decades of delicate coexistence between two nations known as the 'superpowers' during the international conflict known as the 'Cold War.'
by John W. Lango - Edinburgh University Press
Just war theory exists to stop armies and countries from using armed force without good cause. But how can we judge whether a war is just? In this original book, John W. Lango takes some distinctive approaches to the ethics of armed conflict.