5 edition of The future of war in its technical, economic, and political relations found in the catalog.
Translation of v. 6 of Budushchai͡a︡ voĭna.
|Statement||by Jean de Bloch. Translated by R. C. Long. With a conversation with the author by William T. Stead, and an introd. by Edwin D. Mead. With a new introd. for the Garland ed. by Sandi E. Cooper.|
|Series||The Garland library of war and peace|
|LC Classifications||U102 .B646 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8, lxxix, 380 p.|
|Number of Pages||380|
|LC Control Number||75147466|
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Jan Bloch’s Modern Weapons and Modern Warfare () [is] the first systematic attempt to integrate a quantitative assessment of weapons technologies, statistical analysis, and measures of. Further reading. Christopher Clark, "'This Is a Reality, Not a Threat'" (review of Lawrence Freedman, The Future of War: A History, Public Affairs,pp.; and Robert H.
Latiff, Future War: Preparing for the New Global Battlefield, Knopf,pp.), The New York Review of Books, vol. LXV, no. 18 (Novem ), pp. 53–Historian Clark singles out Born: JRadom, Poland. Add tags for "Is war now impossible.
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by Jan Bloch. Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll Author: Jan Bloch. He first laid out his thesis in a six-volume book published in Paris in called The War of the Future in its Technical, Economic and Political Relations. In it he argued that such was the power of defence in modern warfare that it would be impossible for major wars to be won, especially general European conflicts, without huge casualties.
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Specifically, it analyses how that relationship evolved during and after the Cold War, and extrapolates from current trends to speculate what impact war will have on the future evolution of the : Warren Chin. Is War Now Impossible?: Being an Abridgment of "The War of the Future in Its Technical, Economic by ivan stanislavovich bloch at - the best online ebook storage.
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The Impact of Political, Economic, and Cultural Forces. By William Julius Wilson. hrough the second half of the. s and into the early years of the 21st century, public attention to the plight of poor black Ameri-cans seemed to wane.
There was scant media attention to the problem of concen-trated urban poverty (neighborhoods in. Carl von Clausewitz's On War has been called, "not simply the greatest, but the only truly great book on war." It is an extraordinary attempt to construct an all-embracing theory of how war works.
Its coherence and ambition are unmatched by other military literature.4/5.A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Patomäki, Heikki.
The political economy of global security: war, future crises and changes in global governance/Heikki Patomäki p. cm.—(Rethinking globalizations; 11) Includes bibliographical references and index.The size of the population and its distribution by age and occupation is of importance to the field of war economics.
Observations show that nations with greater economic war potential are likely to gain the upper hand, although this does not guarantee victory. The quality of a country's military and political organization is central to war.