Defense Positioning and Geometry: Rules for a World with Low Force Levels

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With the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact in Europe and the end of the Cold war, many of the long-standing political and ideological obstacles to minimizing force levels have been removed. The overriding issue is no longer who commands the greatest force divisions; rather, the immediate concern is to establish a minimum threshold to which nations may reduce their force levels and still retain a meaningful defense. In this book, Raj Gupta examines the geometry and positioning of conventional forces, especially at low force ...

Defense Positioning and Geometry: Rules for a World with Low Force Levels 1993, Brookings Institution Press

ISBN-13: 9780815733126

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