- New to this edition
- List of Contributors
- Guided Tour of Textbook Features
- Guided Tour of the Online Resource Centre
- Introduction: Strategy in the Contemporary World:
- Part I Enduring Issues of Strategy
- 1. The History of the Practice of Strategy from Antiquity to Napoleon
- 2. The Evolution of Modern Warfare
- 3. Strategic Theory
- 4. The Causes of War and the Conditions of Peace
- 5. Strategic Culture
- 6. Law, Politics, and the Use of Force
- 7. Technology and Warfare
- 8. Intelligence and Strategy
- 9. Strategy and Defence Planning
- Part II Contemporary Problems
- 10. Irregular Warfare
- 11. The Second Nuclear Age
- 12. The Control of Weapons of Mass Destruction
- 13. Conventional Power and Contemporary Warfare
- 14. Theory and Practice of Continental Warfare
- 15. Humanitarian Intervention and Peace Operations
- 16. The Rise of Cyberpower
- 17. Geopolitics and Grand Strategy
- Part III The Future of Strategy
- 18. Strategic Studies and its Critics
- 19. A New Agenda for Security and Strategy?
- 20. The Practice of Strategy
- 21. Does Strategic Studies Have a Future?
, James J. Wirtz
, and Colin S. Gray
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