Deciding on Military Intervention

Garofano, John
March 2000
Naval War College Review;Spring2000, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p40
Academic Journal
Examines several cases of deliberations on military interventions. Role of senior military leaders in making strategic decisions on the use of military force; Components of foreign-policy decision process; Characteristics of military advice relevant to decision process; Problems encountered in making military intervention decisions.


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