Analysis of Strategy and Strategies of Analysis
Rand Corporation, 2008 - Political Science - 76 pages
In a fluid global security environment such as ours, assessing the costs, risks, and likely consequences of alternative national defense strategies is as hard as it is essential. The authors show how, even in the face of uncertainty, the costs and other implications of any strategy can be assessed by examining the capabilities needed by U.S. combatant commands--the chief agents of strategy--to fulfill what the strategy expects of them.
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