War From The Ground Up: Twenty-First Century Combat as Politics

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*** Shortlisted for the RUSI Duke of Westminster Medal for Military Literature*** SHORTLISTED FOR BRITISH ARMY BOOK OF THE YEAR In the wars in Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan and in recent conflicts more generally, liberal powers have blurred the line between military and political activity. Operationally, such blurring is highly effective: it works on the ground. Conversely, in strategic terms, it erases the distinction between war and peace. This, Simpson contends, is undesirable: how can policy control armed force, if armed ...

War from the Ground Up: Twenty-First Century Combat as Politics 2016, Oxford University Press, USA

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War from the Ground Up: Twenty-First-Century Combat as Politics 2015, C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd, London

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War from the Ground Up: Twenty-First Century Combat as Politics 2012, Columbia University Press, New York

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War from the Ground Up: Twenty-First Century Combat as Politics 2012, Oxford University Press, USA

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War From The Ground Up: Twenty-First Century Combat as Politics 2012, C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd, London

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