Weinberger-Powell Doctrine Doesn't Cut It

Record, Jeffrey
October 2000
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Oct2000, Vol. 126 Issue 10, p35
Conference Proceeding
Analyzes the Weinberger-Powell Doctrine in the United States. Offering of false distinctions between value-based and interest-based military intervention; Intervention in wars wherein the country has vital interests; Selection of wars the country intends to win; Rejection of force as an instrument of diplomacy.


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