Readiness and War in a Globalized System

Howell, Llewellyn D.
November 2000
USA Today Magazine;Nov2000, Vol. 129 Issue 2666, p21
Assesses the military readiness of the United States in a globalized system. Scope of globalization involved; Scenario on the effects of globalization on military strategy; Aspects of military preparedness that are significant to globalization.


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