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Reassessing the Revolution in Military Affairs, Transformation, Evolution and Lessons Learnt, edited by Andrew Futter, Jeffrey Collins

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Reassessing the Revolution in Military Affairs, Transformation, Evolution and Lessons Learnt, edited by Andrew Futter, Jeffrey Collins
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Reassessing the Revolution in Military Affairs
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Responsibility statement
edited by Andrew Futter, Jeffrey Collins
Series statement
Initiatives in Strategic Studies: Issues and Policies
Sub title
Transformation, Evolution and Lessons Learnt
Summary
A generation after the First Gulf War, and in the wake of a decade of counterinsurgency operations and irregular warfare, this book explores how the concept of the Revolution in Military Affairs continues to shape the way modern militaries across the globe think about, plan and fight wars
Table Of Contents
Cover ; Half-Title ; Title; Copyright; Dedication ; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Introduction: Reflecting on the Global Impact of the RMA; 1 The United States and the RMA: Revolutions Do Not Revolutionize Everything; 2 A Peculiarly British Revolution: Missing the Point or Just Avoiding Change?; 3 The Perpetual Search for Efficiency: The Canadian Approach to the RMA and Military Transformation; 4 The Interruption and Evolution of Australia's RMA; 5 The Israeli Revolution in Military Affairs and the Road to the 2006 Lebanon War6 The Russian Response to the RMA: Military Strategy towards Modern Security Threats7 RMA and India: Nothing Revolutionary about It; 8 RMA, European Militaries and the Limits of Modernization; Conclusion: Reflecting on the RMA Concept; Index
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