Waging modern war: Bosnia, Kosovo, and the future of combat

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Public Affairs, 2001 - Fiction - 479 pages
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Chronicles the American general's experiences overseeing the war in Kosovo and his attempts to mediate conflicts within Kosova as well as between representatives of NATO's governments, policy makers, the military, and the media.

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The title is wildly overbroad -- the subtitle is far more accurate, and would be even better if you added the words "A Subordinate's View of" to the beginning. The book reads like an extended ... Read full review

WAGING MODERN WAR

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A New York Times reporter who has served as bureau chief in both Mexico and Canada, DePalma presents an astute picture of the fundamentally diverse histories and national characters of these two ... Read full review

Contents

one The Cold War Is Over
3
two Crisis Management
29
three To Dayton and Back
46
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General Wesley K. Clark served in the United States Army for thirty-four years and rose to the rank of four-star general as NATO's Supreme Allied Commander, Europe. He is author of the best selling books "Waging Modern War "and "Winning Modern Wars". He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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