Departing from conventional policy rhetoric on the unconventional "new world disorder," Max G. Manwaring, Wm. J. Olson, and their colleagues here build upon Ambassador David C. Miller, Jr.'s three pillars of success for foreign policy and military management. They provide a sound intellectual road map through the dense fog of the contemporary inter

part |28 pages


part One|59 pages

The First Pillar of Success in Contemporary Conflict: A Theory of Engagement to Deal with the New World Disorder

part Two|56 pages

The Second Pillar of Success: Tools of Power and Appropriate Weapons Systems to Support the Theory

part Three|68 pages

The Third Pillar: An Appropriate Management Structure for the Conduct of Contemporary Conflict

part Four|52 pages

Additional Challenges in Confronting the New World Disorder