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by Antulio Joseph Echevarria

eBook Globalization and the nature of war ePub
Author: Antulio Joseph Echevarria
Language: English
ISBN: 1584871180
ISBN13: 978-1584871187
Publisher: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College (2003)
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.3
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This ‘new war thesis’ holds that the nature of war has changed from involving a Clausewitzian logic of extremes to one of ‘persistence and spread’. This thesis is presented as an ideal type that should inform scholarship and policy

This ‘new war thesis’ holds that the nature of war has changed from involving a Clausewitzian logic of extremes to one of ‘persistence and spread’. This thesis is presented as an ideal type that should inform scholarship and policy. The essay finds fault with the way this foundation is constructed, in particular its rejection of Clausewitz. Rather than reject the new war thesis, though, the essay shows that a reconciliation between it and the Clausewitzian theory of war is not only possible, but results in more cogent arguments for the policy proposals Kaldor contends are the real test of the.

Start by marking Globalization and the Nature of War as Want to Read . In an effort to fill this gap, Lieutenant Colonel Antulio J. Echevarria II has written a monograph exploring the nature of war, and how it has changed as a result of globalization.

Start by marking Globalization and the Nature of War as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. He uses the Clausewitzian model of war's trinity (political guidance, chance, and enmity) as a framework for understanding the nature of war, a concept that has been only vaguely represented in defense literature. He then analyses the global war on terrorism via that framework. Lieutenant Colonel Echevarria concludes that the Clausewitzian trinity is alive and well.

Understanding the nature of war is important for more than academic reasons; the nature of a thing tends to define . The Element of Subordination-War as a Political Instrument.

Understanding the nature of war is important for more than academic reasons; the nature of a thing tends to define how it can and cannot be used, which, in the case of war, makes it extremely important to both political and military leaders. To answer the question of war’s nature, one must turn to the famous Prussian philosopher of war, Carl von Clausewitz (1780-1831), who devoted more time than perhaps any other military theorist (contemporary or otherwise) to this topic. Globalization has actually increased the role of politics, both in determining the purpose for and influencing the actual conduct of war.

This article argues that first, Clausewitz’s Trinitarian concept of war– hostility, chance, political purpose – does not portray policy as more dominant than the other tendencies; instead, it presents them as equals, stressing only each one’s uniqueness in relation to the others. Second, Huntington’s misinterpretation of On War might have resulted from his use of a 1943 faulty translation of the book, coupled with his political ideology and inclinations to solve the problems facing the US at that time.

Antulio J. Echevarria, Ii. Published: 1 March 2003. by Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)

Antulio J. by Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). in Globalization and the Nature of War. Globalization and the Nature of War; doi:10. Echevarria I. Download PDF book format. Location: IU Main Stacks Govt. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Globalization and the nature of war Antulio J. Echevarria II. Book's title: Globalization and the nature of war Antulio J. System Control Number: (OCoLC)ocm51989050. Preparing for One War and Getting Another? Strategic Studies Institute, Antulio J. Imagining Future War: The West's Technological Revolution and Visions of Wars to Come, 1880-1914 (War, Technology, and History). Antulio J. After Clausewitz: German Military Thinkers Before the Great War. Clausewitz's center of gravity: Changing our warfighting doctrine- again!

Globalization-the spread of information and information technologies, along with greater public participation in economic . Dr. Echevarria is a graduate of the US Military Academy, the US Army Command and General Staff College, the US Army War College.

Globalization-the spread of information and information technologies, along with greater public participation in economic and political processes-is transforming every aspect of human affairs. What is not yet clear, however, are the impacts of these trends, especially how they might affect the nature of war. This monograph argues that the Clausewitzian trinity-hostility, chance, purpose-is still a valid way of looking at the nature of war in the 21st century. degrees from Princeton University.

The author explores the nature of war, and how it has changed as a result of globalization. He concludes that the Clausewitzian trinity is alive and well. Understanding the nature of war is important for more than academic reasons; the nature of a thing tends to define how it can and cannot be used, which, in the case of war, makes it extremely important to both political and military leaders.

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