7 edition of The future battlefield and the Arab-Israeli conflict found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Hirsh Goodman, W. Seth Carus.|
|Series||The Near East policy series|
|Contributions||Carus, W. Seth.|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .G644 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
|ISBN 10||0887383181, 0887388221|
|LC Control Number||89020245|
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The Future Battlefield and the Arab-Israeli Conflict will be of interest to military and strategic specialists, political scientists concerned with international relations, Middle East specialists, and those interested in the impact of scientific and technological change on policy.
This volume is the first in a series developed with the Washington Institute for Near East : Paperback. The Future Battlefield and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Hirsh Goodman and Seth Carus The revolution now taking place in the technology of war is one with potentially dramatic implications for the Arab-Israeli military balance.
In this important book. two. Strategic Context of the Future Arab-Israeli Battlefield --Syrian Dimension --Israeli Dimension --Transfer of Advanced Technology Weapons to the Middle East --New Technologies and the Economics of War --Combat Effectiveness of the New Technologies --Human Context of the New Technologies --New Technologies and the Operational Art of War --Regional Stability, Surprise, and Deterrence.
The authors' assessment of the impact of changes on the future battlefield has applications beyond the Arab-Israeli conflict. In such countries, the importance of a domestic weapons industry will be heightened as reliance on foreign sources becomes less attractive. for reasons the authors discuss.
It is a relief to get away, at least momentarily, from the intricacies of peace process diplomacy and return to the bedrock of the Arab-Israeli The future battlefield and the Arab-Israeli conflict book warfare.
Goodman and Carus, two talented military analysts, provide an authoritative and insightful assessment of the "future battlefield.". The modern slaughters of World Wars I and II are modern demonstrations that when great powers fight symmetrically, the result is costly, even globally catastrophic.
While America avoided catastrophe during the Cold War, the potential for great-power conflict and its consequences have returned.
Today, America deters its great-power rivals, Russia and China, from a strategically prudent forward. The War has had an enormous impact on all the complex of factors The future battlefield and the Arab-Israeli conflict book enter into the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The study of these changes The future battlefield and the Arab-Israeli conflict book take many years and many hands. In this article, an attempt is made to examine that impact in several areas that seem to have a particular bearing on the immediate by: 7.
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