Learning From The Cold War: Rebuilding America's Strategic Vision In The 21st Century by Jonathan StevensonLearning From The Cold War: Rebuilding America's Strategic Vision In The 21st Century by Jonathan Stevenson

Learning From The Cold War: Rebuilding America's Strategic Vision In The 21st Century

byJonathan Stevenson

Paperback | August 25, 2009

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An ingenious look at the Cold War?and how it can help America move forward

Adding a fresh perspective to the debate about America?s options in the ?war on terror,? this lucid retrospective by one of the most admired voices in the national security arena answers an important and largely ignored question: How can the brilliance and energy of the great Cold War thinkers be recaptured and applied to the strategic challenges posed by transnational terrorism? In recounting the failures and successes of American strategists during the Cold War, Jonathan Stevenson synthesizes a massive amount of information from past and present to remind us that protecting the United States today will take more than good intelligence?it will also require exceptional imagination.
Jonathan Stevenson is a professor of strategic studies at the Naval War College, and was Senior Fellow for Counter-terrorism and editor of Strategic Survey at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS). He spent most of the 1990’s as a journalist in sub-Saharan Africa and Northern Ireland, and his previous books include W...
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Title:Learning From The Cold War: Rebuilding America's Strategic Vision In The 21st CenturyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8.4 × 5.5 × 0.7 inPublished:August 25, 2009Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:014311574X

ISBN - 13:9780143115748

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Table of Contents

Learning From The Cold War1. Harnessing Doom
2. American Ways of Thinking
3. Sidelining the Unthinkable
4. Intellectual Dislocations of the Cold War
5. The Halting Leap Forward
6. Selective Nostalgia
Acknowledgments
Notes
Index

Editorial Reviews

" A penetrating and inventive exploration of the Cold War and its aftermath."
-Jessica Stern, author of Terror in the Name of God