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The security dilemma and ethnic conflict
The end of the Cold War has been accompanied by the emergence of nationalist, ethnic and religious conflict in Eurasia. However, the risks and intensity of these conflicts have varied from region toExpand
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Nationalism, the Mass Army, and Military Power
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European Union Security and Defense Policy: Response to Unipolarity?
The European Union has, since 1999, moved deliberately, if slowly, to develop the capability to undertake autonomously a range of demanding political military operations beyond Europe's borders. ThisExpand
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ESDP and the structure of world power
Disputes within the transatlantic alliance over the necessity and timing of the 2003 US-led war with Iraq and the modalities of the reconstruction of that country have produced doubts about theExpand
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Command of the Commons: The Military Foundation of U.S. Hegemony
Since the end of the Cold War, scholars, commentators, and practitioners of foreign policy have debated what structure of world power would follow the bipolar U.S.-Soviet competition, and what U.S.Expand
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Competing Visions for U.S. Grand Strategy
The dramatic events that marked the end of the Cold War and the subsequent early end of the twentieth century require the United States to reconsider its national security policy. What are U.S.Expand
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The War for Kosovo: Serbia's Political-Military Strategy
Why did Slobodan Milosevic decide he would rather aght the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) than agree to the Rambouillet formula for Kosovo? Why did he agree to settle the war on June 3,Expand
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Foreword: Military doctrine and the management of uncertainty
ABSTRACT Organization theorists have long argued that the management of uncertainty is a major motive of organizational behavior. Military organizations must deal with very high levels ofExpand
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