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Martin van Creveld • 15 Items / 3 Articles, 1 Review, 11 Books
The Training of Officers (1990)
From Military Professionalism to Irrelevance
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    War Studies (7 Reviews)
    The ANZUS Crisis, by Michael C. Pugh
    1. The ANZUS Crisis by Michael C. Pugh
    2. Earth Data and New Weapons by Jay L. Larson and George A. Pelletiere
    3. Glasnost, Perestroika, and U.S. Defense Spending by William W. Kaufmann
    4. Gorbachev and His Generals by William C. Green and Theodore Karasik
    5. Inside Spetsnaz by William H. Burgess III
    6. Secret Intelligence by Ernest Volkman and Blaine Baggett
    7. The Training of Officers by Martin L. Van Creveld
    Orbis, Summer 1990, pp. 445-448
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological and Scientific
    1. Restive Partners by W.R. Smyser
    2. Between the Blocs by Joseph Kruzel and Michael Haltzel
    3. War, Peace, and Victory by Colin S. Gray
    4. Guardians of the Arsenal by Janne E. Nolan
    5. The Training of Officers by Martin L. Van Creveld
    6. Defining Stability by Schuyler Foerster
    7. Enhancing European Security by Ian M. Cuthbertson and David Robertson
    8. Slow Burn by Orrin DeForest and David Chanoff
    9. The Insecure Alliance by Ethan B. Kapstein
    10. French Power in Africa by John Chipman
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1990, pp. 171-172