Culture, Combat, and Colonialism in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century India

  title={Culture, Combat, and Colonialism in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century India},
  author={Randolf G. S. Cooper},
  journal={The International History Review},
  pages={534 - 549}
military historians made a great effort during the 1990s to differentiate revolutions in military affairs from military revolutions.1 However, the events of 11 September 2001 and the invasion of Iraq hastened a collective change in focus. The shift was triggered in part by the recognition that cultural awareness had to be factored into assessments of global military security. But the emergent discourse on the culture of combat may not be underpinned by a sustainable methodology; it may merely… 
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