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The Politics of Coercion : Toward a Theory of Coercive Airpower for Postcold War Conflict

By Skip, Ellwood P.

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Title: The Politics of Coercion : Toward a Theory of Coercive Airpower for Postcold War Conflict  
Author: Skip, Ellwood P.
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Language: English
Subject: Instructional materials, Armed Forces, Air University (U.S.)
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Publisher: Air University Press

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Foreword: In The Politics of Coercion: Toward a Theory of Coercive Airpower for Post?Cold War Conflict, Lieutenant Colonel Ellwood P. ?Skip? Hinman IV confronts an issue of high interest to airmen and policy makers alike: What does coercion theory suggest about the use of airpower in the early twenty-first century? More specifically, Colonel Hinman seeks to determine whether any of the existing theories of coercion can stand alone as a coherent, substantive, and codified approach to airpower employment. Framing his analysis on three key attributes of conflict in the post?Cold War era--limited, non-protracted war; political restraint; and the importance of a better state of peace--Hinman examines the contemporary applicability of the four major theories of coercive airpower: punishment, risk, decapitation, and denial.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Foreword, Vii - About the Author, Ix - 1 Introduction, 1 - What Is A Theory of Coercive Airpower?, 2 - The Attributes of Post?Cold War Conflict, 4 - Notes, 6 - 2 Coercion Theory And the Post?Cold - War Era, 9 - Punishment-Based Coercion: A Theory - for Total War, 9 - Risk-Based Coercion: A Theory for - Limited War, 15 - Decapitation-Based Coercion: Echoes - of the Past, 19 - Denial-Based Coercion: Too Much of - A Good Thing, 24 - Notes, 28 - 3 A New Theory for A New Era, 31 - Phase One, 31 - Phase Two, 36 - Phase Three, 37 - Limited, Nonprotracted War And the - Coercion Hybrid, 38 - The Coercion Hybrid And the Politically - Restrained Nature of Post?Cold War - Conflict, 39 - The Coercion Hybrid And the Better State - of Peace, 41 - The Escalatory Nature of the Coercion - Hybrid, 42 - Conclusion, 43 - Notes, 44


 

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