Perspectives on the study of comparative military doctrines

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Statement[by] Arnold L. Horelick.
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(To be published in a book, [Comparative Defense Policy].) This report is part of the RAND Corporation paper series. The paper was a product of the RAND Corporation from to that captured speeches, memorials, and derivative research, usually prepared on authors' own time and meant to be the scholarly or scientific contribution of.

Get this from a library. Perspectives on the study of comparative military doctrines. [Arnold Lawrence Horelick; Rand Corporation.] -- A conference paper discussing the diversity of current political-military doctrines.

Seldom is strategic doctrine systematically articulated or formally codified, and the most vital issues are kept. Perspectives on the Study of Comparative Military Doctrines Author: Arnold L. Horelick Subject: A conference paper discussing the diversity of current political-military doctrines.

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doctrine to a much greater degree than has been acknowledged in almost all of the existing literature about doctrine development. Reaching an explicit comprehension of the ontology and epistemology of military doctrine is vital to enabling military practitioners, strategists, statesmen, and even.

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Posen explores how military doctrine takes shape and the role it plays in grand strategy-that collection of military, economic, and political means and ends with which a state attempts to achieve security.

Posen isolates three crucial elements of a given strategic doctrine: its offensive, defensive, or deterrent characteristics, its integration of military resources with political 3/5(1). In this book Mr. Posen draws heavily on "Balance of Power" and organizational theories on how military doctrine is created and implemented.

Using these theories, Mr. Posen analyzes how Germany, France, and Great Britain formulated their military doctrines with the results of World War II in showing how well those military doctrines served their countries' grand strategy/5(5). A Comparative Study of Nuclear Doctrines of India and Pakistan Amir Latif1 employment of a capability.

There is a passive use of this concept in political, military and strategic aspects. Political and ideological doctrines encompass practice and of AEC. Sarabhai had different perspective on nuclear weapon issue with that of. the next section of this chapter key terms are defined including military doctrine, epistemology and ontology, and their interrelationships are also examined.

The second chapter offers a history of military doctrine from its emergence in the early 17th century to the end of the 20th. This discussion. Military doctrines are critical components of national security policy or grand strategy. A grand strategy is a political-military, mean-sends chain, a state’s theory about how it can best “cause” security for itself.¹ Ideally, it includes an explanation of why the theory is expected to work.

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"This is a scholarly and conceptually ambitious work which seeks to explain how military doctrine takes place and its role in 'grand strategy.' The core of the study examines military doctrines in the interwar period, discussing the German blitzkrieg and British air defense system as successes, and the French army's Maginot Line doctrine as a great failure.

China’s emergence as a global economic superpower and as a major regional military power in Asia and the Pacific, has had a major impact on its relations with the United States and its neighbors.

China was the driving factor in the new strategy the United States announced in that called for the U.S. to “rebalance” its forces to Asia-Pacific region. "This is a scholarly and conceptually ambitious work which seeks to explain how military doctrine takes place and its role in 'grand strategy.' The core of the study examines military doctrines in the interwar period, discussing the German blitzkrieg and British air defense system as successes, and the French army's Maginot Line doctrine as a great s: 7.

He then examines these components of doctrine from the perspectives of organization theory and balance of power theory, taking into account the influence of technology and geography. Looking at interwar France, Britain, and Germany, Posen challenges each theory to explain the German Blitzkrieg, the British air defense system, and the French.

Looking at interwar France, Britain, and Germany, Posen challenges each theory to explain the German Blitzkrieg, the British air defense system, and the French Army's defensive doctrine often associated with the Maginot Line. This rigorous comparative study, in which the balance of power theory emerges as the more useful, not only.

‎Barry R. Posen explores how military doctrine takes shape and the role it plays in grand strategy-that collection of military, economic, and political means and ends with which a state attempts to achieve security.

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His decision to ‘arbitrarily begin study by ruling out cases not preponderantly internal to legal and moral entities‘ [societies] is an invitation to eliminate every revolution historians and social scientists might wish to study. See Eckstein, H., ed., Internal War: Problems and Approaches (New York: The Free Press, ), and Gurr, Ted R.

Just as comparative perspective contains the risks of distortion, it also has the potential to add new contexts of intelligibility to the history of religions, and to foster intercultural understanding.

Bibliography. Carman, Jon B., and Steven P. Hopkins, eds. Tracing Common Themes: Comparative Courses in the Study of Religion. Atlanta, Samuel Huntington, The Soldier and the State: The Theory and Politics of Civil-Military Relations (Belknap/Harvard, ).

Barry Posen, The Sources of Military Doctrine: France, Britain, and Germany Between the World Wars (Cornell University Press, ). Additional readings are either articles or book chapters. Many of the journal articles are.Comparative history is the comparison of different societies which existed during the same time period or shared similar cultural conditions.

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