New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1995. First Edition. First Printing. 235, footnotes, bibliography, index, stamp on top edge. The author discusses the nature of U.S. military policy after the Cold War (including the restraints imposed by our democratic traditions), and examines the future makeup of the U.S. forces. He also analyzes campaigns of the recent past, including the Korean, Vietnam, and Gulf wars, to show how troop mobility and guerrilla tactics have assumed paramount importance in military strategy. Condition: very good, very good.
Keywords: Military Policy, Guerrilla Warfare, Low-Intensity War, Balance of Power, Mao Zedong, Korean War, Vietnam War, Gulf War, Future Wars