4 edition of Clinton and post-Cold War defense found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -185) and index.
|Statement||edited by Stephen J. Cimbala.|
|Contributions||Cimbala, Stephen J.|
|LC Classifications||UA23 .C564 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 197 p. :|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||95030659|
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The Clinton Defense Program: Causes for Concern \/ Don M. Snider and Andrew J. Kelly -- 2. Defense Budgets and the Clinton Defense Program \/ Lawrence J.
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End of Cold War. SUMMARY: The disintegration of the Soviet bloc and the Soviet Union between and had important consequences for U.S. fiscal policy. The end of the Cold War brought about reductions in defense expenditures that helped close the budgetary shortfalls of the s and contribute to the surpluses of the late :// FindBook 找書網:Navigating the Post Cold War World President Clinton s Foreign Policy Rhetoric, 書名:Navigating the Post-Cold War World: President Clinton’s Foreign Policy Rhetoric,出版日期,圖書選購價格列表,全台圖書館館藏快速查詢、借閱 the Post Cold War.
After World War II, the nation weaned itself from defense dependency amounting to 40 percent of gross domestic product to less than 10 percent in a few short years. Without parallel efforts, post-Cold War defense budgets are likely to remain stuck at unwarranted › Home › Books, Arts and Culture › Books › How We Lost the Peace Dividend.
Defense companies, like other contractors, are motivated to follow the money. With budgets for civilian public investments shrinking, conversion on a national scale remains stalled.
The government should further reduce defense spending to match reduced post-cold war threats and should invest the savings, dollar-for-dollar, in critical public Between and the defense budget fell for 11 straight years as Presidents Reagan, Bush, and Clinton—two Republicans and a Democrat—brought spending down /06//a-historical-perspective-on-defense-budgets.
From the former secretary of defense and author of the acclaimed #1 best-selling memoir, Duty, a candid, sweeping examination of power in all its manifestations, and how it has been exercised, for good and bad, by American presidents in the post-Cold War world.
Since the end of the Cold War, the global perception of the United States has progressively morphed from dominant international leader › Books › Biographies & Memoirs › Leaders & Notable People. Excerpted and lauded in the New York Times and elsewhere in the mainstream media, “Rigged” outlines covert operations in various countries by both nation-states, including American interference in s Chile and post-World War II Italy, among others, but has been best reviewed for its deep dive into Russian interference in the Andrew’s new book, The Age of Illusions.
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It further examines the significance of these findings for the U.S. Navy and Marine :// The persistence of post-modern war after the Cold War.
The end of the Cold War resulted in a significant fall in defence expenditure. Equally importantly, the state reduced its participation in sustaining defence research and allowed the private sector to play a more prominent role in defence :// America’s post-Cold War presidents could have taken a road that didn’t end at Donald Trump.
The Death of Global Order Was Caused by Clinton, Bush, and Obama America’s post-Cold War Schlesinger, in his book of the same name, was talking about the contest between totalitarianism and liberal democracy on the world stage.
Clinton THE BOTTOM-UP REVIEW: REDEFINING POST–COLD WAR STRATEGY AND FORCES The Report on the Bottom-Up Review was the second major force structure review of the decade.1 The aim of the BUR was to provide “a comprehensive review of the nation’s defense strategy, force structure, modernization, infrastructure, and foundations.”2 This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open Access programme and is available on ent Clinton's time in office coincided with historic global events following the end of the Cold War.
The collapse of Communism called for a new US Grand Strategy to address the emerging geopolitical era that brought upheavals in Somalia and the Balkans In his new book, The Pact: Bill Clinton, Newt Gingrich, and the Rivalry That Defined a Generation, Steven Gillon, resident historian of the History Channel and a professor of history at the defense and other policy areas, particularly in light of the shift to renewed great power competition.1 Background Shift to Renewed Great Power Competition Many observers have concluded that the post-Cold War era of international relations—which began in the early s and is sometimes referred to as the unipolar moment (with the United.
We are now enjoying a ""peace dividend'' from the end of the cold war, which--more than Clinton or Gingrich--subdued budget deficits. In fiscaldefense spending will total about $ billion When the Cold War ended, and the Soviet Union dissolved, it seemed to me that it was no longer necessary to take those terrible risks.
When I was secretary of defense, I made it my highest priority to reduce the dangers posed by the Cold War nuclear arsenal, especially the "loose nukes" in former republics of the Soviet my term in office, we dismantled about 8, nuclear weapons Book Review: Clinton’s Grand Strategy: US Foreign Policy in a Post-Cold War World John Dumbrell John Dumbrell reviews: Clinton’s Grand Strategy: US Foreign Policy in a Post-Cold War World, by James D Boys.
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