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" First, the United States should not commit forces to combat overseas unless the particular engagement or occasion is deemed vital to our national interest or that of our allies. "
Modern U.S. civil-military relations: wielding the terrible swift sword - Página viii
de David Eugene Johnson - 1997 - 107 páginas
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Documents on Disarmament

United States. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency - 1984
...be applied when we are weighing the use of US combat forces abroad. Let me now share them with you: (1) First, the United States should not commit forces...vital to our national interest or that of our allies. That emphatically does not mean that we should declare beforehand, as we did with Korea in 1950, that...
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Moscow's Third World Strategy

Alvin Z. Rubinstein - 1990 - 329 páginas
...suggested six criteria he applied before US combat forces are used: (i) the particular situation must be "deemed vital to our national interest or that of our allies"; (2) once deployed, (he forces committed should be sufficient "to achieve our objectives"; (3) the political...
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The Sword and the Cross: Reflections on Command and Conscience

James Hugh Toner - 1992 - 186 páginas
...whenever the American decision-makers contemplated the use of force overseas: • Force should not be used unless "the particular engagement or occasion is deemed...vital to our national interest or that of our allies." • If the decision is made that combat troops should be committed, then "we should do so wholeheartedly...
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Parity and War: Evaluations and Extensions of The War Ledger

Jacek Kugler, Douglas Lemke - 1996 - 383 páginas
...$22.3 (US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 1991 ; Kosiak 1993). 3. The Weinberger tests are: (1) The United States should not commit forces to combat...particular engagement or occasion is deemed vital to American national interest or that of her allies. (2) If the United States decides it is necessary...
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Defense Issues

...developed six major tests to be applied when we are weighing the use of US combat forces abroad. • The United States should not commit forces to combat...vital to our national interest or that of our allies. That emphatically does not mean that we should declare beforehand, as we did with Korea in 1950, that...
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The Evolution of US Peacekeeping Policy Under Clinton: A Fairweather Friend?

Michael G. MacKinnon, Michael J. MacKinnon - 2000 - 203 páginas
...be applied when we are weighing the use of US combat forces abroad. Let me now share them with you: (1) First, the United States should not commit forces...vital to our national interest or that of our allies. That emphatically does not mean that we should declare beforehand, as we did with Korea in 1950, that...
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What Should We Tell Our Children about Vietnam?

Bill McCloud - 1989 - 155 páginas
...have developed six major tests to be applied when we are weighing the use of US combat forces abroad. First, the United States should not commit forces...vital to our national interest or that of our allies. That emphatically does not mean that we should declare beforehand, as we did with Korea in 1950. that...
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U.S. Policy and NATO Military Operations in Kosovo: Hearings Before the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services, United States - 2000 - 486 páginas
...mission with ill-defined objectives. These six principles are time-honored and relevant to all warfare. First, the United States should not commit forces...vital to our national interest or that of our allies. Second, if we decide it is necessary to put combat troops into a given situation, we should do so wholeheartedly...
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Military resistance to humanitarian war in Kosovo and beyond an ideological ...

...the US military. The first test is straight from Huntington's description of conservative realism: 24 "The United States should not commit forces to combat...vital to our national interest or that of our allies.' 25 Closely linked to this test and acknowledging the terrible cost of war, the sixth test states, "The...
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Supreme Command: Soldiers, Statesmen, and Leadership in Wartime

Eliot A. Cohen - 2002 - 288 páginas
...establishment; they embodied, for a generation of officers, the "normal" theory of civil-military relations. (1) The United States should not commit forces to combat...occasion is deemed vital to our national interest. (2) If we decide it is necessary to put combat troops into a given situation, we should do so wholeheartedly...
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