War time : temporality and the decline of western military power.

Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksThe Chatham House Insights Series: Publisher: [S.l.] : BROOKINGS INSTITUTION PR, 2021Description: 1 online resourceISBN: 9780815738954; 0815738951Subject(s): Prolonged war | Time perceptionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 355.02708045 LOC classification: U243Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Information -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part I: ""Civic Militarism"" and the Trajectory of Western Power -- The Western Experience in Balancing Liberal and Military Virtues -- The Modern State: Rise and Decline of Civic Militarism -- Making Time an Ally: Uncovering the Perils of Tactical Military Speed -- Benefit or Burden? NATO-led Military Missions and Western Cohesion -- The Future of the West: What If the United States Pulls Out of NATO?
Part II: Western Perceptions of Time and the International Normative Order -- A Normative Order under Pressure -- Civilian Casualities and Contemporary Coalition Operations: The Case of Afghanistan -- Conflicting Norms of Intervention: When and How to Use Military Force? -- In the Shadows: The Challenge of Russian and Chinese Gray Zone Conflict for the West -- Competing Norms: What If China Takes Control of Djibouti to Protect Its People? -- Part III: Military Operations and Temporality -- Speed, Time, and Western Military Power -- Fighting, Fast, and Slow? Speed and Western Ways of War
War at Information Speed: Multi-Domain Warfighting Visions -- The Limits of Technology: The Impact of Speed and Innovation on Western Military Primacy -- Military Operations: What If Digital Technologies Fail on the Battlefield? -- Conclusion -- Contributors -- Index -- Back Cover
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Front Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Information -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part I: ""Civic Militarism"" and the Trajectory of Western Power -- The Western Experience in Balancing Liberal and Military Virtues -- The Modern State: Rise and Decline of Civic Militarism -- Making Time an Ally: Uncovering the Perils of Tactical Military Speed -- Benefit or Burden? NATO-led Military Missions and Western Cohesion -- The Future of the West: What If the United States Pulls Out of NATO?

Part II: Western Perceptions of Time and the International Normative Order -- A Normative Order under Pressure -- Civilian Casualities and Contemporary Coalition Operations: The Case of Afghanistan -- Conflicting Norms of Intervention: When and How to Use Military Force? -- In the Shadows: The Challenge of Russian and Chinese Gray Zone Conflict for the West -- Competing Norms: What If China Takes Control of Djibouti to Protect Its People? -- Part III: Military Operations and Temporality -- Speed, Time, and Western Military Power -- Fighting, Fast, and Slow? Speed and Western Ways of War

War at Information Speed: Multi-Domain Warfighting Visions -- The Limits of Technology: The Impact of Speed and Innovation on Western Military Primacy -- Military Operations: What If Digital Technologies Fail on the Battlefield? -- Conclusion -- Contributors -- Index -- Back Cover

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