|Author:||Martin Van Creveld|
|Title:||Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict|
|Format:||lrf azw lit rtf|
|ePUB size:||1613 kb|
|FB2 size:||1500 kb|
|DJVU size:||1574 kb|
|Publisher:||Free Pr; First Edition edition (December 1, 1993)|
Start by marking Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Martin Levi van Creveld (born 5 March 1946) is an Israeli military historian and theorist. Van Creveld was born in the Netherlands in the city of Rotterdam, and has lived in Israel since shortly after his birth. He holds degrees from the London School of Economics and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he has been on the faculty since 1971. He is the author of seventeen books on military his Martin Levi van Creveld (born 5 March 1946) is an Israeli military historian and theorist
Van Creveld begins this academic study by describing the basic characteristics of large-scale warfare as it evolved before the introduction of nuclear weapons and the effect of the latter on both the countries that possess them and on those countries threatened by them. Finally, he assesses the impact of nuclear proliferation on the future of war itself, including the configuration of the armies that would be prepared to wage it. For specialists.
For various reasons, van Creveld concludes that the use of A-bombs or their tactical equivalents by Third World nations is effectively foreclosed. In the case of Pakistan, for instance, the author contends that the development of a nuclear arsenal has made its rulers & more confident of themselves and less adventurous. Which is not to say that van Creveld believes the West to be home free.
Instead of fearing a nuclear war between two superpowers, the world now watches smaller conflicts warily. ISBN13: 9780029331569. Release Date: August 1993.
Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict. By Martin Van Creveld. The Free Press, 1993. A slender book, and more slender than it seems, because the first two chapters consist of an able, if unexceptional, potted history of war before 1945 and a disquisition on the impact of nuclear weapons on strategy and international politics. This leaves barely 60 pages to discuss nuclear weapons in Asia and the Middle East
No current Talk conversations about this book.
Martin Van Creveld, born in the Netherlands, has lived in Israel since 1950 and is Israel's most prominent military historian. He holds degrees from the London School of Economics and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where he has been on the faculty since 1971. He is the author of fifteen books on military history and strategy, including Command in War (1985), Supplying War (1977), and The Sword and the Olive (1998). Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict.
Martin Levi van Creveld (Hebrew: מרטין ון קרפלד; born 5 March 1946) is an Israeli military historian and theorist. In this treatise of military theory, van Creveld develops what he calls the non-trinitarian theory of warfare, which he juxtaposes to the famous work by Clausewitz, On Wa. .Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict, New York : Free Press, 1993, ISBN 0-02-933156-0. Air Power and Maneuver Warfare, with contributions from Kenneth S. Brower and Steven L. Canby, Alabama : Air University Press, 1994
Home . Details for: Nuclear proliferation and the future of conflict /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Nuclear proliferation and the future of conflict, Martin van Creveld. By: Creveld, Martin van. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
By Martin van Creveld. 12:01AM BST 26 May 2002. Each year television watchers the world over are treated to pictures of this fighting. To the uninitiated observer, and perhaps to the initiated one as well, they often appear to be the same pictures. The Indo-Pak conflict, as it is sometimes known, has its origins in the partition of the subcontinent after the British withdrawal. Professor Martin van Creveld, of Jerusalem, Israel, is author of Nuclear Proliferation and the Future of Conflict.