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Warfare has changed in many substantive, as well as subtle ways.
If this is so then his implied critique of Clausewitz is misinformed because the quote on which it is based misrepresents what Clausewitz actually said and meant.
In this book we see that General Clark is the real force behind the conflict in Kosovo.
very good information about a difficult subject presented in a compelling way by one who knows.Published 15 days ago by BevN
I was forced to buy this book as a requirement for the Army's Intermediate Level Education (ILE) course. It is GEN Clark's account of the war in Bosnia. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas Copeland
Bought this book for a project I was doing on modern warfare and it's a very tough read. At times, I found myself bored or looking for something else to do, like walk a dog I don't... Read morePublished on August 11, 2012 by nancy
General Clark has provided valuable insight into conducting modern war. His book deals almost exclusively with the political ramifications of the Kosovo War. Read morePublished on March 23, 2012 by Bill
Awesome book, record speaks for itself we needed Wes for president during this war on terror. He will be remembered as of the greatest Generals of our time & unlike Libya Kosova/o... Read morePublished on July 13, 2011 by Albert Shqipe
US General Wesley Clark, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, 1997-2000, espouses the Powell Doctrine, of swift escalation to decisive force, as opposed to `extended campaigns that... Read morePublished on June 22, 2011 by William Podmore
Was eager to read an informed account on what went on in Bosnia and Kosovo from someone who was in the position to know and actually made many of the required decisions. Read morePublished on August 23, 2008 by Neil Bacon
GENERAL WESLEY CLARK: (to U.S. Government) Gentlemen, there is a lot to do and very little time to do it, in order to prevent. .
GOV'T: Wait. Prevent? Read more
This book is formally an autobiography, but pays scant attention to the first 50 years or so of the author's life. Read morePublished on January 12, 2007 by Alex Frantz