America's Military Revolution by William E. Odom
Strategy and Structure After the Cold War

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How will war change now that the world is no longer in two camps? Is the ethnic conflict in Eastern and Central Europe the wave of the future? What changes will technological advances dictate?
General Odom considers how the structure and strategy of the U.S. armed forces must change in the post-Cold War world. He looks at intelligence, logistics, research and development, and space, and he pinpoints the regions and potential conflicts that might justify U.S. intervention.
 

About William E. Odom

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Lt. General William E. Odom is Director of National Security Studies at the Hudson Institute and former Director of the National Security Agency.
 
Published August 28, 1993 by American University Press. 150 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, War. Non-fiction

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Odom, the former director of the National Security Agency, warns that the U.S. is in the process of dismantling its military capability before developing a post-Cold War strategy. In this concise anal

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Based on a report originally published in 1997 by a think tank, this book argues that intelligence gathering must be streamlined and cooperation increased among the many existing intelligence agencies.

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Like Jim Garrison (see above), these two policy experts recognize that the United States has risen to such unprecedented levels on all fronts that no other nation or even alliance of nations can counterbalance its power.

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