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Sun Tzu and Carl von Clausewitz


sun Tzu and Carl von Clausewitz

nuclear proliferation made Clausewitzian concepts obsolete after the 20th-century period in which they dominated the world. Military scholar, with the coming of peace and the setting in of the reaction to the terms of the treaty in Prussia, which clouded his career, Clausewitz increasingly concentrated on his intellectual interests.

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Based on comparison of Clausewitz's On War with Sun Tzu's The Art of War isbn Heuser, Beatrice. The edition cited here was edited by Michael Howard and Peter Paret, Princeton University Press, 1984,. Giuseppe Caforio, Social sciences and the military: an interdisciplinary overview (2006). He had been thinking and writing on war and its theory since his days in the Institute for Young Officers. For Clausewitz, war is simply one unique means that is sometimes applied to the eternal quest for power, of raison d'tat in an anarchic and unsafe world. In this way through the Massive retaliation doctrine and the closely related foreign policy concept of Brinkmanship, Eisenhower hoped to hold out a creditable vision of Clausewitzian nuclear absolute war in order to deter the Soviet Union and/or China from ever risking a war. 1977: In The Wars by Timothy Findley, a novel about a 19-year-old Canadian officer who serves in the First World War, one of his fellow soldiers reads On War, and occasionally"s some of its passages. Pdf Rothfels, Hans "Clausewitz" pages 93113 from The Makers of Modern Strategy edited by Edward Mead Earle, Gordon. In jstor a b Mertsalov,.N. In the war ministry that was formed, headed by Scharnhorst, Clausewitz served as his mentors assistant and was then simultaneously appointed a major in the general staff, instructor at the new Officers Academy, and military tutor to the Prussian crown prince. 33 Late 20th and early 21st century edit The deterrence strategy of the United States in the 1950s was closely inspired by President Dwight Eisenhower s reading of Clausewitz as a young officer in the 1920s.

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