Beyond Guns and Steel: A War Termination Strategy

Beyond Guns and Steel A War Termination Strategy The necessity of a plan for conflict resolution should be intuitively obvious for policymakers yet a survey of recent conflicts including Afghanistan and Iraq shows that not to be the case Beyond G

  • Title: Beyond Guns and Steel: A War Termination Strategy
  • Author: Dominic J. Caraccilo
  • ISBN: 9780313391491
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The necessity of a plan for conflict resolution should be intuitively obvious for policymakers, yet a survey of recent conflicts, including Afghanistan and Iraq, shows that not to be the case Beyond Guns and Steel A War Termination Strategy provides a practical approach to establishing a plan for war termination and conflict resolution before the bullets fly.In explaininThe necessity of a plan for conflict resolution should be intuitively obvious for policymakers, yet a survey of recent conflicts, including Afghanistan and Iraq, shows that not to be the case Beyond Guns and Steel A War Termination Strategy provides a practical approach to establishing a plan for war termination and conflict resolution before the bullets fly.In explaining the difference between strategy and policy, Colonel Dominic J Caraccilo clarifies the most important, and often the most constraining, element of a nation s power its resources He posits that termination strategy and conflict resolution are interdependent and need to be included in conflict plans from the outset Caraccilo s book fills a void in current strategy for the development of long term plans that bring conflicts to timely and acceptable conclusions, providing a methodology that allows interagency requirements and resources for war termination to be defined, allocated, and employed effectively.

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