Winning Wars Before They Emerge

WINNING WARS BBFQRE THEY lEMIERCJE From Kinetic Warfare to Strategic
Communications as a Proactive and Mind-Centric Paradigm of the Art of War
Torsti Sirén WINNING WARS BEFORE THEY EMERGE WINNING WARS
BEFORE ...

Author: Torsti Sirén

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN: 9781612331874

Category: Political Science

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To avoid preparing to wage battles against our opponents in future wars, we should proactively and continuously influence the narrative identity structures of our potential opponents by using Strategic Communications (StratCom). This book argues that nations and societies of tolerance and pluralism (the so-called wonderful societies) should utilize StratCom to seduce their enemies, opponents, and potential opponents not only to behave in more tolerant ways, but above all to internalize peace, tolerance, and pluralism as essential values and guiding mental institutions of their identity structures. Winning Wars Before They Emerge will be of interest to students, lecturers and researchers of international relations and world politics, peace researchers, and information operations practitioners, as well as military personnel. War and the art of war are issue areas that have been widely dealt with in numerous books and widely taught in various universities and defense colleges/universities, but not from the perspective offered in this book.
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The Global War on Terrorism

This broadening of the war on terror troubled many because it implied the US
would intervene in the domestic affairs of other states without ... and in the future “
we must take the battle to the enemy , disrupt his plans , and confront the worst
threats before they emerge . ... + Because of September 11 , Bush was prepared
to send American troops to win a war to end terror and bring freedom to the world
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Author: John Davis

Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39076002372451

Category: History

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The signal events opening the global war on terrorism were the attacks of September 11. The world media began to focus on one of the terrorist groups, Al-Qaeda, a well-funded terrorist organisation headquartered in Afghanistan or Pakistan with offshoots in many countries. America has turned out to be the primary target of Al-Qaeda. America's first response was the attack on Afghanistan and the establishing of a puppet government. Next America attacked Iraq under the guise of a response to terrorism although no connection has been proven or even alleged except by hardcore neocons aligned with certain elements in the Washington power establishment. This new book pierces the veil of misinformation with frank assessments of the progress or lack thereof of the war on terrorism. Contents: Introduction; Homeland Security form Clinton to Bush: Assessment; United States Homeland Security in the Information Age: Dealing with the Threat of Cyberterrorism; Presidential War Powers and the War on Terrorism: Are We Destined to Repeat Our Mistakes?; International Law and the War on Terrorism; The Evolution of American Grand Strategy and the War on Terrorism: Clinton and Bush Perspectives; Assess
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The Winning of the Carbon War

experts on climate change by the unlikely combination of Michael Gorbachev, the
European Space Agency and the Italiani Foundation. ... Alexander Likhotal, a key
advisor of Gorbachev's when he ruled the Soviet Union, now president of
Gorbachev's Green ... I have had emails from people who – hearing I was coming
here – were keen to tell me how much they hope Pope Francis will emerge as
one of ...

Author: Jeremy Leggett

Publisher: Crux Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781909979598

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U S News World Report

But when you start pumping resources into a country , you provide the means for
confrontation . ... Most nations that start wars win them " In analyzing 251 wars
between 1816 and 1974 , I found this depressing fact : Most nations that start
wars ...

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ISBN: UCSC:32106005809634

Category: United States

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Italian Foreign and Colonial Policy

I should gladly vote to give $ 6,000 million to the nations arrayed on the same
side with us if we could win this war ... that the United States has in its possession
bonds of these great countries which when they emerge from the war will all be ...

Author: Foreign Policy Association

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X001171101

Category: Italy

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Experience of War

Ultimately it would require the four long years of the First World War before
answers to this question began to appear . The initial ... However , the North ' s
grand strategy took considerable time to emerge , at least in its fullest , winning
form .

Author: Robert Cowley

Publisher: Laurel

ISBN: 0440505534

Category: History

Page: 574

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Bestselling popular historians explore the infinite varieties of the wartime experience and its effect on mankind in these 51 articles representing the best in military nonfiction being published today. Contributors include John Keegan, James McPherson, Stephen Ambrose, and others. A superb anthology. . . .--Publishers Weekly.
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The Jewish War Against the Jews

They emerge from the ranks of those willing to take risks , able to sustain criticism
, and ready to recognize error and learn ... The Jewish war against the Jews will
win its final victory when it persuades the Jews to stifle difference and to reject ...

Author: Jacob Neusner

Publisher: Ktav Pub Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015010602871

Category: Social Science

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New Currents

Of course , the winning of the war is the first business at hand . ... Five million
more liv . ing in Nazi controlled territories will perish unless either the war is
ended before they are murdered , or ... Assuming that the greater portion of the
five million Jews will somehow survive , they will emerge from the war not only
more torn ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105127024045

Category: Jews

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Studies in Honor of Tom B Jones

When the Spartan king set out his prescription as to how the war would have to
be fought if they were to emerge ... He cautioned that Spartan superiority in
hoplites and invasion of Attica would not win the war because the Athenians
would ...

Author: Tom Bard Jones

Publisher:

ISBN: 3766690736

Category: Civilisation ancienne

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The Shane Quarterly

Most of the Germans and Japanese think we will, but win or lose, the twenty-
century-old phenomenon, which we style the ... of the conflict will look at things
from a different point of view when they emerge from the smoking chaos of the
war.

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105008347978

Category: Theology

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START and the Future of Deterrence

50 Then there is the Soviet notion of the just war , from a MarxistLeninist
perspective . ... bloody world wars taught Soviet leaders to be on perpetual guard
, and the evolution of a war - winning strategy is the ultimate extension of this
principle .

Author: Michael J. Mazarr

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015018857162

Category: Deterrence (Strategy)

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Examining the future of nuclear deterrence in the 1990s and beyond, this book outlines aspects of the evolving strategic environment. It also projects the likely future of deterrence strategies and strategic force postures. Other topics, such as the Soviet nuclear doctrine are also covered.
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The Meaning of Military Victory

21st century ” is “ the superpower ' s staggering prowess at winning wars and its
equally remarkable ineptitude at ... been an observable operational decline in the
proportion of wars in which there is a clear - cut winner or loser when taking into
... 40 This lower stability can emerge in part from the differences between a
winning state reaping the fruits of victory and the conflict region attaining stable
peace .

Author: Robert Mandel

Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015064892477

Category: Philosophy

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How has the concept of victory evolved, as the nature of conflict itself has changed across time, circumstance, and culture? And to what end? Robert Mandel addresses these questions, considering the meanings, misperceptions, and challenges associated with military victory in the context of the nontraditional wars of recent decades. Without an understanding of precisely what victory means, Mandel argues, the outcome can involve policy paralysis, loss of public support, escalating postwar violence, and ultimately, foreign policy failure. Grappling with the moral complexities of victory in limited war, he discusses issues of security, war crimes, self-determination, reconstruction, and social transformation. He also identifies common fallacies held by victors. Case studies of recent military actions, including the ongoing war in Iraq, inform a discussion of the usefulness of notions of victory in dealing with contemporary challenges.
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House of Commons Debates Official Report

Supply - External Affairs it is more the things which he did not say than the things
which he did put before us today . ... a natural consequence of the training which
millions of men from all nations had to be given in the arts of carnage and
destruction if they were to win over other ... Out of that same war , as has already
been said , some of the nations emerged all but completely destroyed as great
powers .

Author: Canada. Parliament. House of Commons

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000070386684

Category: Canada

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There Shall be No Victory

Her association with the United States has been dictated both by emergency and
by common sense , and , indeed , there is no other ... She was not a genuine
Great Power even before the war , and she will emerge from it an emaciated and
 ...

Author: Zbigniew Anthony Grabowski

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4007127

Category: World War, 1939-1945

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The British Journal of Photography

When the exposure was made , the exposed plate dropped to the bottom of the
camera and the next plate became ... She had emerged from the shadows to win
a war against a major European power and by the end of his reign was a force to
 ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015047957314

Category: Photography

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San Francisco Review of Books

Capps has tried to directly illuminate the ideological tensions out of which the war
emerged. ... staged); and to the critically important notion that “winning and losing
could not mean what they meant before; neither could be determined on the ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105007487130

Category: American literature

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Daily Report

12 December 1994 39 We proved that aggressors do not necessarily emerge as
victors , but we learned that victors do not ... It is not rifles but people who triumph
, and the conclusion from all the wars is that we need better people — not better
rifles — to win war , to avoid them , to win peace . There was ... Now they have to
identify dangers , local and global , to tackle them before they become a disaster .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105217544902

Category: Africa, North

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Lok Sabha Debates

We shall emerge to victory because every man and women in this country feels
today that he or she has a personal stake in this war . They will fight like heroes to
defend their hearths and homes , not like automotons in a war machine . When a
 ...

Author: India. Parliament. Lok Sabha

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015020094812

Category: India

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Unmasking the War on Terror

In his June 2002 speech at West Point , Bush said “ if we wait for threats to fully
materialize , we will have waited too long ... We must take the battle to the enemy
, disrupt his plans and confront the worst fears before they emerge . " Preemption
 ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015052334185

Category: Imperialism

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The Bulletin

Z_j GARRY LINNELL Winning the war Once more, with hate. ... Numerous soot-
covered survivors emerged last week from the carnage of the London
Underground to provide the world with succinct and sensible reports of what
happened ...

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ISBN: UCSC:32106018245461

Category: Sydney (N.S.W.)

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