Accession Number ADA583867
Title Modern Warfare: NATO's War amongst the People in Kosovo.
Publication Date May 2013
Media Count 68p
Personal Author M. A. Felice
Abstract This monograph explores the application of Rupert Smith's theory regarding the utility of force and the six characteristics thereof using NATO's 1999 Operation Allied Force (the Kosovo campaign) as a case study. Smith's theory and conclusions provide insight for both political and military leaders interested in the profession of arms. The monograph investigates the events leading up to the conflict, highlighting tensions within NATO, the intricacy of conducting alliance warfare, and the need to determine NATO's role in a post- Cold War world. Analysis of the campaign reveals tensions in civilian-military relations and tensions within the U.S. Department of Defense.
Keywords Albright madeleine
Alliance cohesion
Allied force operation
Balkan peninsula
Case studies
Casualty aversion
Civilian leaders
Civilian personnel
Civilian-military relations
Clark wesley
Clinton william j
Cohen william s
Community relations
Conflict
Ethnic albanians
Ethnic cleansing
Genocide
Government(Foreign)
Internally displaced persons
Kosovo
Leadership
Military commanders
Military forces(Foreign)
Military forces(United states)
Military leaders
Milosevic slobodan
Nato
Nato alliance
Nato forces
Post-cold war era
Refugees
Serbia
Serbian forces
Smith rupert
Theory
United states government
Utility of force


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 92 - Behavior & Society
74 - Military Sciences
74G - Military Operations, Strategy, & Tactics
Corporate Author Army Command and General Staff Coll., Fort Leavenworth, KS. School of Advanced Military Studies.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Monograph.
NTIS Issue Number 1402
Contract Number N/A

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