By Michael Evans, Russell Parkin
Contributions from a few of the world's prime strategic thinkers on land battle are accumulated within the paintings. The operational, strategic, and moral conundrums that infantrymen, their commanders, and the societies they serve should strive against with sooner or later are analyzed through the specialists, paying shut cognizance to the impression of the data age. issues equivalent to city battle, coalition operations, the revolution in army affairs, uneven war, shut wrestle, peacekeeping, army education and recruiting, and the demanding situations posed via terrorism are addressed.
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We have to try to synthesise relevant features from the massive literature on the Gulf War—RMA high-technology classical model of warfare with the changing reality of conflict—both conventional and unconventional—as it presents itself at the beginning of the 21st century. We have to undertake an intellectual exploration of the growing interaction between interstate, sub-state and trans-state conflict, and conduct a rigorous investigation of the phenomenon of merging war forms: internal, international, postmodern, modern and pre-modern.
Military theory in the 1990s The fragmentation of war has been mirrored in the world of strategic analysis. In the 1990s, military theory reflected the rapid diffusion of conflict following the end of the bipolar Cold War world. Multiple new theories of armed conflict appeared in the first half of the 1990s. 18 The Israeli scholar, Martin van Creveld, followed Mueller by declaring that the Gulf War was a historical freak, a throwback to World War II rather than a vision of 21st-century war. Van Creveld argued that the long era of interstate war—first codified by the Prussian philosopher, Carl von Clausewitz, in the early 19th century—had ended.
The liberation and separatist movements of the 1960s and 1970s that sought to change local orders through violence are still with us. However, they have increasingly yielded pride of place to men possessed by visions of a blood-soaked divinity, men who claim that the finger of god has chosen them for vengeance, men whose rewards are finally not of this earth. The practical terrorist may be willing to sacrifice his life for his cause, but he would rather live to see his dreams made real. The apocalyptic terrorist, in his purest form, yearns for death, for annihilation and cosmic resolution.
Future Armies, Future Challenges: Land Warfare in the Information Age by Michael Evans, Russell Parkin