War Over Kosovo: Politics and Strategy in a Global Age by Andrew J. Bacevich

War Over Kosovo: Politics and Strategy in a Global Age

byAndrew J. Bacevich, Eliot A. Cohen

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While many analysts view the war for Kosovo as a one-sided affair of passing importance, this volume insists otherwise. To a greater extent than any other episode since the end of the Cold War, the war in Kosovo revealed the distinctive attributes of a new American "way of war." In so doing, the conflict also brought into sharp focus the dilemmas -- military, political, and moral -- confronting a liberal democracy intent on wielding preeminent power on a global scale.

Andrew J. Bacevich is professor of international relations at Boston University where he also serves as director of the university's Center for International Relations. He is the author of The Pentomic Era: The U.S. Army Between Korea and Vietnam.Eliot Cohen is professor of strategic studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced In...
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Title:War Over Kosovo: Politics and Strategy in a Global AgeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 22, 2005Publisher:Columbia University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0231500521

ISBN - 13:9780231500524

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Table of Contents

Introduction, by Andrew J. Bacevich and Eliot A. Cohen
Operation Allied Force: "The Most Precise Application of Air Power in History", by William M. Arkin
Kosovo and the New American Way of War, by Eliot A. Cohen
First War of the Global Era: Kosovo and U.S. Grand Strategy, by James Kurth
Hubris and Nemesis: Kosovo and the Pattern of Western Military Ascendancy and Defeat, by Anatol Lieven
Kosovo and the Moral Burdens of Power, by Alberto R. Coll
Neglected Trinity: Kosovo and the Crisis in U.S. Civil-Military Relations, by Andrew J. Bacevich
Kosovo and the Revolution in Military Affairs, by Michael G. Vickers
A Note on Contributors

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Bacevich and Cohen see important problems with [the military model in Kosovo]. Andrew Bacevich and Eliot Cohen have produced the most thoughtful examination of the Kosovo war we are likely to see for some time. By exposing the reality behind the rhetoric, giving careful attention to context, and exploring the meaning in an uncompromising way, the authors show what war has become, and is likely to be, in this age of high tech, low politics, and public inattention. A sensitive and insightful appraisal... chilling in its implications.