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Obama's War - James Gannon
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[EAN: 9781597975377], Neubuch, [PU: Transatlantic Publishers Aug 2009], AFGHANISTAN / POLITIK, STAAT, ZEITGESCHICHTE; USA ZEITGESCHICHTE, RECHT; HISTORY MILITARY GENERAL; POLITICAL SCIENCE FREEDOM & SECURITY TERRORISM, - Since the United Nations adopted the principle of selfdetermination in 1945, great powers have found that military strength is no guarantee of success in small wars fought against insurgents who use unconventional guerrilla and terrorist tactics. As James Gannon argues, it is well past time for Americans to understand that military victory is usually beyond their reach in this kind of warfare. Although he believes the war in Afghanistan is justified by the attacks of 9/11, he contends that the American and NATO forces should withdraw as soon as that can be done responsibly. As Gannon sees it,President Barack Obama realizes that such long, drawn-out wars waste lives and drain resources far out of proportion to any possible gain. The dual-track strategy in Afghanistan now,Gannon explains, is to apply the lessons of the Anbar Awakening by negating the Islamists' influence, driving them out of population centers-with military force if necessary-and building trust between the tribes in the hinterlands and the central government. At the same time, the American and NATO commanders must encourage negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban. The goal is a stable, peaceful Afghanistan. The fight against Islamist fanatics like al Qaeda requires a different strategy-a relentless campaign using Special Forces and high-tech weapons such as pilotless drones to disrupt terrorist operations. Only when Afghanistan has become stabilized and al Qaeda's operations disrupted can America and NATO safely withdraw, according to Gannon.Nobody should think it will be quick or easy. 192 pp. Englisch

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Since the United Nations adopted the principle of selfdetermination in 1945, great powers have found that military strength is no guarantee of success in small wars fought against insurgents who use unconventional guerrilla and terrorist tactics. As James Gannon argues, it is well past time for Americans to understand that military victory is usually beyond their reach in this kind of warfare. Although he believes the war in Afghanistan is justified by the attacks of 9/11, he contends that the American and NATO forces should withdraw as soon as that can be done responsibly. As Gannon sees it,President Barack Obama realizes that such long, drawn-out wars waste lives and drain resources far out of proportion to any possible gain. The dual-track strategy in Afghanistan now,Gannon explains, is to apply the lessons of the Anbar Awakening by negating the Islamists' influence, driving them out of population centers-with military force if necessary-and building trust between the tribes in the hinterlands and the central government. At the same time, the American and NATO commanders must encourage negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban. The goal is a stable, peaceful Afghanistan. The fight against Islamist fanatics like al Qaeda requires a different strategy-a relentless campaign using Special Forces and high-tech weapons such as pilotless drones to disrupt terrorist operations. Only when Afghanistan has become stabilized and al Qaeda's operations disrupted can America and NATO safely withdraw, according to Gannon.Nobody should think it will be quick or easy. HC/Medien, Kommunikation/Buchhandel, Bibliothekswesen[PU:Transatlantic Publishers]

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Gannon, James

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Obama's War

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1597975370

Since the United Nations adopted the principle of selfdetermination in 1945, great powers have found that military strength is no guarantee of success in small wars fought against insurgents who use unconventional guerrilla and terrorist tactics. As James Gannon argues, it is well past time for Americans to understand that military victory is usually beyond their reach in this kind of warfare. Although he believes the war in Afghanistan is justified by the attacks of 9/11, he contends that the American and NATO forces should withdraw as soon as that can be done responsibly. As Gannon sees it,President Barack Obama realizes that such long, drawn-out wars waste lives and drain resources far out of proportion to any possible gain. The dual-track strategy in Afghanistan now,Gannon explains, is to apply the lessons of the Anbar Awakening by negating the Islamists' influence, driving them out of population centers-with military force if necessary-and building trust between the tribes in the hinterlands and the central government. At the same time, the American and NATO commanders must encourage negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban. The goal is a stable, peaceful Afghanistan. The fight against Islamist fanatics like al Qaeda requires a different strategy-a relentless campaign using Special Forces and high-tech weapons such as pilotless drones to disrupt terrorist operations. Only when Afghanistan has become stabilized and al Qaeda's operations disrupted can America and NATO safely withdraw, according to Gannon.Nobody should think it will be quick or easy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781597975377
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1597975370
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: Transatlantic Publishers
192 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,471 kg
Sprache: Englisch

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