This textbook offers an accessible introduction to counterinsurgency operations, a key aspect of modern warfare.
Featuring essays by some of the world’s leading experts on unconventional conflict, both scholars and practitioners, the book di read more
This edited volu read more
This volume covers a timely debate in contemporary security studies: can armed forces adjust to the rising challenge of insurgency and terrorism, the greatest transformation in warfare since the birth of the international system? Containing essays by read more
The Weimar Republic considers the events in Germany in this crucial period after the First World War. Exploring such themes as the declaration of the Republic, the impact of the Treaty of Versailles and the events leading to Hitler's gaining pow read more
A Medal of Honor recipient looks back at his own service-and ahead to America's future.
Jack Jacobs was acting as an advisor to the South Vietnam read more
Drawing on a very wide range of unpublished and previously unexploited sources, Martin van Creveld examines the "nuts and bolts" of war. He considers the formidable problems of movement and supply, transportation and administration, often mentioned (bu read more
The author covers topics such as the German invasion of Belgium and France; the war on the Western Front; the portrayal of the war by the press; governments and artists; the war in the air and at sea; the impact of the wa read more
In Challenges in Intelligence Analysis, readers will learn to think like an analyst through significant episodes found throughout history. Timothy Walton offers critical tools to understand and react to events spanning 3,000 years. There are dozens of read more
This ambitious volume marks a huge step in our understanding of the social history of the Great War. The authors have compiled a vast array of data and have drawn an original and coherent portrait of European cities at wa read more
In 1974, the British government admitted that its WWII secret intelligence organization had read Germany’s ciphers on a massive scale. The intelligence from these decrypts influenced the Atlantic, the Eastern Front and Normandy. Why did the Germa read more
In April of 1979 the city of Sverdlovsk in Russia's Ural Mountains was struck by a frightening anthrax epidemic. Official Soviet documents reported sixty-four human deaths resulting from the ingestion of tainted meat sold on the black market, but U.S. read more
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