Air power as a coercive instrument / Daniel L. Byman, Matthew C. Waxman, Eric Larson.

Coercion--the use of threatened force to induce an adversary to change its behavior--is a critical function of the U.S. military. U.S. forces have recently fought in the Balkans, the Persian Gulf, and the Horn of Africa to compel recalcitrant regimes and warlords to stop repression, abandon weapons...

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Main Author: Byman, Daniel, 1967-
Corporate Authors: Project Air Force (U.S.), Rand Corporation.
Other Authors: Waxman, Matthew C., 1972-, Larson, Eric V. 1957-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Santa Monica, Calif. : Rand, 1999.
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