5 edition of The Clausewitzian dictum and the future of western military strategy found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Gert de Nooy.|
|Series||Nijhoff law specials ;, v. 31, Nijhoff law specials ;, 31.|
|Contributions||Nooy, G. C. de., Nederlands Instituut voor Internationale Betrekkingen "Clingendael"|
|LC Classifications||U162 .C57 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||97033971|
Martin van Creveld (), for example, sees the trend in global warfare toward irregularity and asymmetry as a sign of the obsolescence of Clausewitzian theory, claiming that ‘[if] low intensity conflict is indeed the wave of the future, then strategy in its . At a time when unprecedented change in international affairs is forcing governments, citizens, and armed forces everywhere to re-assess the question of whether military solutions to political problems are possible any longer, Martin van Creveld has written an audacious searching examination of the nature of war and of its radical transformation in our own time/5.
This book examines the United States military’s use of concepts from non-linear science, such as chaos and complexity theory, in its efforts to theorise information-age warfare. Read more ArticleAuthor: John Mark Mattox. The Clausewitzian Dictum And The Future Of Western Military Strategy Author: Gert C. de Nooy ISBN:
The book was formulated through Clausewitz's plentiful experience and research over a lifetime of military service. 'Courage, above all things, is the first quality of a warrior.' This is probably. Clausewitz’s brief description of the trinity comes at the end of Book 1, Chapter 1 of On War and is presented under the subheading, ‘The Consequences for Theory’. In this respect, the trinity represents his central analytical framework for comprehending the nature of war: it ‘ties all of Clausewitz’s many ideas together and binds.
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The Clausewitzian Dictum and the Future of Western Military Strategy Series: Nijhoff Law Specials, Volume: The Clausewitzian dictum and the future of western military strategy Author: G C de Nooy ; Nederlands Instituut voor Internationale Betrekkingen "Clingendael.".
1 Introduction: The Clausewitzian Dictum and the Future of Western Military Strategy Gert de Nooy The Clausewitzian Dictum 2 What is Wrong with Clausewitz. Martin van Creveld 7 3 Clausewitz, Van Creveld and the Lack of a Balanced Theory of War Jan Geert Siccama 25 The Society 4 Security for the People, Security by the People: The Paradox.
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This is a must read for ALL senior military officers - especially those serving in the Information Age. Cited by: —Carl von Clausewitz, On War, Book 1, Chapter 1. Clausewitz’s off-quoted dictum appears the master key to victory. It all seems so simple: just force others to comply with what you want.
The dictum is nevertheless quite wrong. Wars are fought for a : Peter Layton. dictum Clausewitz described and defined a modern Western way of warfare that emphasised the need to seek a military decision to irreconcilable differences between nations in pitched battles.
Is that what the twentieth-first century holds inFile Size: KB. The National Defense University (NDU) is a joint professional military education institution operating under the direction of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Its purpose is to prepare military and civilian leaders for service at the highest levels of national defense and Size: KB. ‘is not simply the greatest but the only true great book on war.’ 1 Harry Summers wrote that in ‘military science On War is still the seminal work.’ 2 Christopher Coker describes Clausewitz as ‘the greatest phenomenologist of war.’ 3 His book is ‘often mentioned, occasionally quoted, but little read.’ 4 File Size: 2MB.
Carl von Clausewitz ( to ) was a Prussian soldier, professor, and intellectual, whose combat experience and deep reflection on strategy and military theory led to the writing and posthumous publication of Vom Kriege (On War) in To this day, it is heralded as the most influential work of Western military philosophy and strategy.
Clausewitz, a Prussian general who fought against Napoleon, quite literally wrote the book on war. Published ina year after his death, On War is regarded by military experts even today as the definitive study of warfare.
His ideas remain widely taught in military schools, and are, more than ever, essential to the modern strategist. B. Liddell Hart, Strategy () the insights it provides are valuable grist for future debates on military strategy.
While he may vilify Clausewitz too much, Liddell Hart is correct to criticize the faulty application and misunderstanding of Clausewitzian thinking. While unfinished, it has become the starting point for most scholars. Using a range of contexts, the book sets out to look at whether the classical Clausewitzian theory of the nature of war will retain its validity in this new age.
The analysis covers the character of the future battlespace, the function of command, and the much-hyped concept of Strategic Information Warfare. States military doctrine including the Army’s primary book of strategy, Field ManualOperations, and have been the subject of endless debates in modern military circles.
17 During the years between the World Wars Clausewitz was not the focal point of military thought but hisFile Size: KB. Carl Philipp Gottfried (or Gottlieb) von Clausewitz (/ ˈ k l aʊ z ə v ɪ t s /; 1 June – 16 November ) was a Prussian general and military theorist who stressed the "moral" (meaning, in modern terms, psychological) and political aspects of most notable work, Vom Kriege (On War), was unfinished at his witz was a realist in many different senses and, while in Rank: Major-general.
Carl von Clausewitz, Prussian general and military thinker, whose work Vom Kriege (; On War) has become one of the most respected classics on military strategy.
Clausewitz enlisted in the Prussian army inand in –95 he took part (and. The first chapter of book one of On War is, "the only part completed to the author's satisfaction", and also, "the most densely packed with ideas", setting out his theory on the nature of war.
This starts with an illuminating definition that immediately emphasises, "the distinction between military aim and political objective". War from the Ground Up is a book that should be read by all military officers and politicians who have any involvement with the conflict in Afghanistan, as it gives a first class insight into the complex dynamics that trouble this country and its future/5(24).
Lawrence Freedman: I was asked to write a book about the future of war, and I accepted, because I thought this would be a good way to address the current range of security issues. I decided to start with a look back at how people had treated the issue in Author: Tim Schultz.
( re Book 1, Ch.1) the only chapter completed to the author's satisfaction. The object of war is (a) to impose our will on the enemy, to do which (b) we use the means of maximum available force, with (c) the aim of rendering him powerless.
We thus note at the outset the distinction between military. With tactics from Vom Kriege used widely as military doctrine and foreign policy around the world based on Clausewitzian theories such as the paradoxical trinity and the center of gravity, it is apparent that Clausewitz’s lessons live on.
Because of this continued application to the modern world, even over years later, it is difficult to disagree with Clausewitz and the concepts of war.Shelves: geopolitics, military, strategy, international-relations Gray focuses on his book's subtitle, "Future Warfare." He repeatedly stresses that our best view of future wars comes from the mirror of past wars, in that technology, causes, and techniques may change but the nature of conflict will remain the use of force to impose one's will /5.The most recent critic of the writings of Clausewitz is Martin van Creveld, who makes his case in his book, The Transformation of War and in a series of lectures at the U.S.
Marine Corps Command.