Owls and eagles: ending the foreign policy flights of fancy of hawks, doves, and neo-cons

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Rowman & Littlefield, Jul 30, 2005 - History - 221 pages
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Owls and Eagles is a powerful, brilliant, and insightful collection of columns that casts in the harsh light of reality the challenges, dangers, mistakes, and opportunities this nation faces regarding the war on terror and what must be done if we are to prevail. Critical in the sense of making objective analysis and offering alternative policies, Harlan K. Ullman provides a must-read for any one interested in the future security of the United States.

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Ullman graduated with honors from the U.S. Naval Academy and served 20 years in the Navy. He earned two master's degrees and a PhD from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He served in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and was Head of Navy Extended Planning. After leaving the service, he joined the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Currently, he is a Senior Fellow at CNA Corporation (Center for Naval Analyses).

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