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Models for security policy in the post-cold war era
Scientific Symposium on Modeling and Analysis of Stability Problems in Multipolar International Systems (1995 UniversitaМ€t der Bundeswehr MuМ€nchen)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Reiner K. Huber, Rudolf Avenhaus (eds.).|
|Contributions||Huber, Reiner K., Avenhaus, Rudolf., Universität der Bundeswehr München., Volkswagenstiftung.|
|LC Classifications||UA646 .S355 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||367 p. :|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||97100635|
We describe an algorithm for the calculation of whether a given state is the origin of a crisis or not. The algorithm is based on a qualitative, plan-based model of crises described by Balzer, W., (in: Huber, R.K., Avenhaus, R. (Eds.), Models for Security Policy in the Post-Cold War Era. CORE Courses (3 Credits) Cover the theories, processes, models, and methods of national security studies and security policy analysis. Choose from: POLS International Relations. NSST Introduction to National Security. 2. Writing and Analysis Courses (6 Credits) POLS Security in the Post Cold War Era. POLS Insurgency. This thesis examines the relationship between formal U.S. Army operational doctrine and practice in nontraditional missions during the post-Cold War era. Since its inception, the United States Army has been deployed most frequently in peacekeeping, peace enforcement, and humanitarian operations. Yet the organization has consistentlyalmost exclusivelyprepared its soldiers to . Supplying a coherent theoretical model for unipolarity, which can provide explanations of trends and patterns in the turbulent post-Cold War era, this book will be of interest to students of IR theory, international security and foreign policy/5(9).
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ment of international security policy since the demise of the Cold War in and discerns trends that are likely to dominate the security agenda in the coming decades. While much has been written recently about post-Cold War interna-tional security, the unique advantage of this compilation of articles is its comparative approach.
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