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xi, 291 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • List of figures, maps, tables and text boxes Foreword 1. Understanding the security environment 2. Thinking about security 3. Identity conflict 4. Failing states 5. Terrorism and extremism 6. Trafficking in drugs and small arms 7. Health and disease 8. Resource conflict and the environment 9. The African response 10. The international response 11. The future of African security Bibliography Index -- .
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781526122735 20180403
This book explores and analyses the evolving African security paradigm in light of the multitude of diverse threats and challenges facing the continent and the international community. It challenges current thinking and traditional security constructs as woefully inadequate to meet the real security needs of African governments and their 1 billion plus citizens in an increasingly globalised and interdependent world. Through the lens of human security the authors' examine the continent's most pressing security challenges-from identity conflict and failing states to terrorism, disease, and environmental degradation-and in doing so provide a comprehensive look at the complexities of building peace and stability in modern-day Africa. Not only does the book critically assess the state of progress in addressing security challenges, but it presents new strategies and tools for more effectively engaging Africans and the global community in their common search for solutions. -- .
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781526122735 20180403
Green Library
170 pages : 1 illustration ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction - South Africa as a hegemonic power Chapter One - Tentative hegemony from Mandela to Zuma Chapter Two - South Africa's image problem in Africa Chapter Three - The African Renaissance versus the South African Renaissance Chapter Four - The plight of the South African National Defence Force Conclusion - South Africa in Africa: The challenges of the new multipolarity.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138549654 20180306
When Nelson Mandela was sworn in as president on 10 May 1994, South Africa enjoyed an unprecedented global standing. Much of the international community, particularly Western states, saw the new South Africa as well equipped to play a dynamic and dominant role on the continent; promoting conflict resolution, economic development, and acting as a standard-bearer for democracy and human rights. Yet, throughout the presidencies of Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma, South Africa has failed to deliver on this early promise. Its continental primacy has been circumscribed by its own reluctance to lead, combined with widespread African hostility to its economic expansion, antipathy towards its democratic ideals and scepticism about its suitability as Africa's global representative. With an onerous domestic agenda, as it continues to tackle the profound socio-economic legacies of apartheid, and with its military power also on the wane, South Africa must now adapt to an emerging multipolarity on the continent. This transition - which may produce a new concert of African powers working in constructive collaboration or lead to fragmentation, discord and gridlock - is likely to determine Africa's prospects for decades to come. This Adelphi book squarely challenges the received wisdom that South Africa is a dominant power in Africa. It explores the country's complex and difficult relationship with the rest of the continent in the post-apartheid era and examines the ways in which the country has struggled to translate its economic, military and diplomatic weight into tangible foreign policy successes and enduring influence on the ground. The conclusions of this book will be valuable to academics, policymakers, journalists, and business leaders seeking to understand the evolution and trajectory of South African policy in Africa.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138549654 20180306
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
viii, 333 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Introduction: History and heritage
  • After Appomattox: the Army in decline
  • Fetterman's chance: the fight on Lodge Trail Ridge
  • Joining up: enlisting in the Army
  • Against the odds: the Hayfield and Wagon Box Fights
  • Drill and marksmanship: learning the soldier's trade
  • Soldiering on the frontier: "Bring enough money to pay your own funeral expenses"
  • Shoulder straps and chevrons: privates, NCOs and officers
  • Books and baseball: soldiers' entertainments
  • Bacon, bread and coffee: Army rations
  • "The curse of the Army": alcohol and the soldier
  • Hard, horse-killing marches: campaigning on the frontier
  • Crime and punishment: "A 24-pound ball on a six-foot chain"
  • Patrol, pursuit and skirmish: the nature of combat in the Indian Wars
  • The desertion problem: "Giving the Army the grand bounce"
  • The color line: the Army and race
  • "Mr. Lo": the soldier and the Indian
  • Politics and a massacre: the Army's quest for control of the Indian Bureau
  • "A damned big fight": the 7th Cavalry at the Little Big Horn
  • The end of an era: the Pine Ridge Campaign and Wounded Knee
  • The War with Spain: a different Army for a different war
  • Waiting in the wings: the Spanish-American War in the training camps
  • Scandal and reform: the aftermath of the Spanish-American War
  • "A diabolical threat": the anti-canteen campaign
  • Soldiers of empire: the Army in the Philippines
  • The War in the Philippines: "Battles we never enlisted for..."
  • Into Mexico: the 1916 Punitive Expedition
  • Conclusion: The gathering storm
  • Appendix: Major campaigns and combat engagements of the Indian Wars, 1866-1890.
"Following the Civil War, the U.S. Army underwent a decline. Soldiers served at remote posts with harsh weather, bad food and poor living conditions. Drawing on soldiers' narratives, personal letters and official records, the author explores the common soldier's experience during the Reconstruction Era, the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War, the Philippine-American War and more"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library
xiv, 269 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Chapter 1. Introduction.- Chapter 2. Military Uniforms and the Making of a National Industry.- Chapter 3. The Government Takes Control.- Chapter 4. The Clothing and Woollen Cloth Factories Following the First World War.- Chapter 5. The Clothing Factory during the 1930s and the Second World War.- Chapter 6. Building a New Clothing Factory - 1950s to 1971.- Chapter 7. Science Takes Command.- Chapter 8. Driving Forces of Military Innovation.- Chapter 9. Military Control over Intellectual Property.- Chapter 10. The Government Relinquishes Control.- Chapter 11. Conclusions.- Epilogue.- Appendices.- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319714240 20180409
This book reveals the business history of the Australian Government Clothing Factory as it introduced innovative changes in the production and design of the Australian Army uniform during the twentieth century. While adopting a Schumpeterian interpretation of the concept of innovation, Anneke van Mosseveld traces the driving forces behind innovation and delivers a comprehensive explanation of the resulting changes in the combat uniform. Using an array of archival sources, this book displays details of extensive collaborations between the factory, the Army and scientists in the development of camouflage patterns and military textiles. It uncovers a system of intellectual property management to protect the designs of the uniform, and delivers new insights into the wider economic influences and industry linkages of the Government owned factory.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319714240 20180409
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiii, 211 pages ; 23 cm
  • INTRODUCTION I: ATOMIC WORLD A Culture of Secrecy Manhattan Project Phase Two- Radiological Weapons Experimentation II: THE RADIUM LEGACY III: BLINDED BY SCIENCE Radioactive Warfare IV: THE MILITARIZED ACADEMY Militarization of the Academy Stanford University/Stanford Research Institute V: STRUCTURE OF DECEIT PHS, NIH and Embedded Studies No Turning Back Military Crosshairs Final Weapons Targets Fernald School VI: MILITARY ANALOGS Hidden in Plain View Target One: Minneapolis St. Louis Army Chemical Corps Experiments Winnipeg, Canada Leighton Effects A Parallel Study A Dubious Narrative The National Research Council Reviews Army Data An Unlikely Champion Parsons and the Army: A Lucrative Partnership VII: THE ARMY CHEMICAL CORPS AND OPEN-AIR FIELD STUDIES The St. Louis Open-Air Dispersion Study- Part Two The Pruitt-Igoe Public Housing Complex St. Louis Part II SRI and the Atomic Veterans Post-Study Claims by Officials VIII: IN THIS HOUSE: EMBEDDEDNESS AND THE MILITARY RADIATION STUDIES AEC Isotopes Project Dual-Use Technology Gabriel and Sunshine The Vanderbilt Radiation Studies IX: FALLOUT "SIMULANT" TESTING Fallout Simulants Canadian and U.K. Studies U.S. Open Air Radiation Experiments X: DEVIANCE, SECRECY, AND CLOSED WORLDS Secrecy and Group Conformity Closed World Dynamics Control of Discourse Dehumanization CONCLUSION After the Dust has Settled A Tangle of Objectives BIBLIOGRAPHY METHODOLOGY AND AFTERWORD Components for Future Exploration APPENDIX A: ABBREVIATIONS LIST INDEX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138239678 20171023
Behind the Fog is the first in-depth, comprehensive examination of the United States' Cold War radiological weapons program. The book examines controversial military-sponsored studies and field trials using radioactive "simulants" that exposed American civilians to radiation and other hazardous substances without their knowledge or consent during the Cold War. Although Western biological and chemical weapons programs have been analyzed by a number of scholars, Behind the Fog is a strong departure from the rest in that the United States radiological weapons program has been generally unknown to the public. Martino-Taylor establishes through social linkages and coordinated efforts by a relatively small group of military scientists who advanced a four-pronged secret program of human-subject radiation studies that targeted unsuspecting Americans for Cold War military purposes. Officials enabled such projects to advance through the layering of secrecy, by embedding classified studies in other studies, and through outright deception. Agency and academic partnerships advanced, supported, and concealed the studies from the public at large who ultimately served as unwitting test subjects. Martino-Taylor's comprehensive research illuminates a dark chapter of government secrecy, the military-industrial-academic complex, and large-scale organizational deviance in American history. In its critical approach, Behind the Fog effectively examines the mechanisms that allow large-scale elite deviance to take place in modern society.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138239678 20171023
Green Library
vi, 402 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm.
  • List of Figures and Photos 1 Introduction â Maria Pretzler and Nick Barley 2 The Other Aineias â David Whitehead 3 Aineias the Author-Who, Where and When? â Robin Lane Fox 4 Aineias Tacticus in His Intellectual Context â Graham Shipley 5 Aineias and History: The Purpose and Context of Historical Narrative in the Poliorketika â Maria Pretzler 6 Creating Koine: Aineias Tacticus in the History of the Greek Language â Jose Vela Tejada 7 Writing and Other Forms of Communication in Aineias' Poliorketika â Peter Liddel 8 The Polis Falling Apart: Aineias Tacticus and Stasis â Maria Pretzler 9 Greek Poleis and Warfare in the IVth Century BC: Aineias' Poliorketika â Marco Bettalli 10 Light Infantry and Leadership in Aineias â Nick Barley 11 Mercenaries in Aineias Tacticus â Jim Roy 12 Raiders from the Sea: The Maritime Context of the Poliorketika â Philip de Souza 13 `News from Home': Aeneas Tacticus and Fourth-century Defense in Practice at Ancient Stymphalos â Ben Gourley 14 Simple and Complex Technology in Aineias: Ladders and Telegraphy â Tracey Rihll 15 Aineias Tacticus in Byzantine Military Literature â Philip Rance Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004223516 20171218
Brill's Companion to Aineias Tacticus is a collection of articles on the significance of the earliest Greek handbook on military tactics. Aineias' (Aeneas) wrote his Poliorketika in the mid-fourth century BC, offering a unique perspective on contemporary Greek city-states, warfare and intellectual trends. We offer an introduction to Aineias and his work, and then discuss the work's historical and intellectual context, his qualities as a writer, and aspects of his work as a historical source for the Greek polis of the fourth century BC. Several chapters discuss Aineias' approach to warfare, specifically light infantry, mercenaries, naval operations, fortifications and technology. Finally, we include a lengthy study of the reception of ancient military treatises, specifically Aineias' Poliorketika, in the Byzantine period.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004223516 20171218
Green Library
xvi, 314 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
While the military features of historic forts usually receive the most attention from researchers, this volume focuses instead on the people who met and interacted in these sites. Contributors to British Forts and Their Communities look beyond the defensive architecture, physical landscapes, and armed conflicts to explore the complex social diversity that arose in the outposts of the British Empire. The forts investigated here operated at the empire's peak in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, protecting British colonial settlements and trading enclaves scattered across the globe. Locations in this volume include New York State, Michigan, the St. Lawrence River, and Vancouver, as well as sites in the Caribbean and in Africa. Using archaeological and archival evidence, these case studies show how forts brought together people of many different origins, ethnicities, identities, and social roles, from European soldiers to indigenous traders to African slaves. Characterized by shifting networks of people, commodities, and ideas, these fort populations were microcosms of the emerging modern world. This volume reveals how important it is to move past the conventional emphasis on the armed might of the colonizer in order to better understand the messy, entangled nature of British colonialism and the new era it helped usher in.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813056753 20180416
Green Library
ix, 319 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: Blurred Boundaries and Ambiguous Divisions: Civilians and Combat From Ancient Times to the Present, Nicola Foote and Nadya Williams PART I: Case Studies from the Ancient and Medieval World 1. The Evolution of Civilian Participation in Ancient Greek Warfare, Nadya Williams 2. Ancient Warfare Beyond the Battle: Populace Ravaging and Heterosexual Rape, Kathy L. Gaca 3. Prey or Participant? Civilian Siege Experiences During the First Jewish Revolt, Gwyn Davies 4. Collateral Damage in Pre-Crusade Europe, Bernard S. Bachrach 5. Civilians and Militia in Ottonian Germany: Warfare in an Era of Small Professional Armies, David S. Bachrach 6. The Bishop with Two Hats: Reconciling Episcopal and Military Obligations in Causa 23 of Gratian's Decretum, Melodie H. Eichbauer PART II: Case-Studies From the Early Modern and Modern World 7. 'They Wanted to Make Us Into Real Soldiers': The Blurred Line Between Noncombatants and Combatants in the Thirty Years War, Tryntje Helfferich 8. American Non-Combatants and the British Army's Depredations During the War of Independence, Stephen Conway 9. Two Kinds of Civilians: American Encounters with Civilians in Kerama Retto and Ie Shima, Erik D. Carlson 10. Civilians and Civil Wars in West Africa: The Cases of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Cote D'Ivoire, George Klay Kieh Jr. 11. When the Battlefield Meets the Playground: How to Understand the Role of Children in Contemporary Civil Wars Using the Case Studies of El Salvador and Mozambique, Jocelyn Courtney PART III: Conceptual and Historiographical Debates and Implications 12. The Evolution of Warfare as Related to Transformations in Modern Definitions of Citizenship: A Segmented Periodization of the Modern Era, Nicole Dombrowski Risser 13. It's a Crime, But is it a Blunder? The Efficacy of Targeting Civilians in War, Alexander B. Downes and Kathryn McNabb Cochran.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138749917 20180115
This book explores the role played by civilians in shaping the outcomes of military combat across time and place. This volume explores the contributions civilians have made to warfare in case studies that range from ancient Europe to contemporary Africa and Latin America. Building on philosophical and legal scholarship, it explores the blurred boundary between combatant and civilian in different historical contexts and examines how the absence of clear demarcations shapes civilian strategic positioning and impacts civilian vulnerability to military targeting and massacre. The book argues that engagement with the blurred boundaries between combatant and non-combatant both advance the key analytical questions that underpin the historical literature on civilians and underline the centrality of civilians to a full understanding of warfare. The volume provides new insight into why civilian death and suffering has been so common, despite widespread beliefs embedded in legal and military codes across time and place that killing civilians is wrong. Ultimately, the case studies in the book show that civilians, while always victims of war, were nevertheless often able to become empowered agents in defending their own lives, and impacting the outcomes of wars. By highlighting civilian military agency and broadening the sense of which actors affect strategic outcomes, the book also contributes to a richer understanding of war itself. This book will be of much interest to students of military studies, international history, international relations and war and conflict studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138749917 20180115
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiv, 238 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • 1. Civilians under Siege from Sarajevo to Troy: Introduction-- Alex Dowdall and John Horne.- 2. Transmission and Transformation: Memories of the Siege of Sarajevo-- Ivana Macek.- 3. 'This did not happen': Survivors of the Siege of Leningrad (1941-1944) and the `Truth about the Blockade'-- Alexandra Wachter.- 4. `Like Troy, though about as much larger...as the Encyclopaedia Britannica is larger than the Iliad': Civilians and Siege Warfare during the First World War-- Alex Dowdall.- 5. Siege Warfare in Comparative Early-Modern Contexts: Norms, Nuances, Myth and Massacre during the Revolutionary Wars-- Fergus Robson.- 6. Between Positional Warfare and Small War: Soldiers and Civilians during the `Desolation of the Palatinate' (1688-89)-- Emilie Dosquet.- 7. Before the Storm: Civilians under Siege during the Thirty Years' War (1618-1630)-- Jane Finucane.- 8. A Race against Time - A Fight to the Death: Combatants and Civilians in the Siege and Capture of Jerusalem, 1099-- Alan V. Murray.- 9. As They Were Ripped from the Altars: Civilians, Sacrilege and Classical Greek Siege Warfare-- Joshua R. Hall.- 10. Civilians under Siege in the Ancient Greek World-- Philip de Souza.- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137585318 20180326
This edited volume analyses siege warfare as a discrete type of military engagement, in the face of which civilians are particularly vulnerable. Siege warfare is a form of combat that has usually had devastating effects on civilian populations. From the near-contemporary Siege of Sarajevo to the real and mythical sieges of the ancient Mediterranean, this has been a recurring type of military engagement which, through bombardment, starvation, disease and massacre, places non-combatants at the heart of battle. To date, however, there has been little recognition of the effects of siege warfare on civilians. This edited volume addresses this gap. Using a distinctive regressive method, it begins with the present and works backwards, avoiding teleological interpretations that suggest the targeting of civilians in war is a modern phenomenon. Its contributors interrogate civilians' roles during sieges, both as victims and active participants; the laws and customs of siege warfare; its place in historical memory, and the ways civilian survivors have dealt with trauma. Its scope and content ensure that the collection is essential reading for all those interested in the place of civilians in war. Chapter 2 of this book is available open access under a CC BY 4.0 license at link.springer.com.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781137585318 20180326
Green Library
vi, 261 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Acknowledgements Notes on Style Introduction 1 The Prussian Model of Hoplite Battle â The Traditional View of Tactics â The Case of Leuktra 2 `Improvisers in Soldiering': Training for War â The Question â Good Order â Skill at Arms 3 `The Finest, Flattest Piece of Land': Where to Fight â Traditions â Practice â Theory 4 `Deployed to Fit the Need': Forming Up for Battle â Worthless Hoplites â Ways to Deploy â Positions of Honour â The Depth of the Line 5 `Utterly Outmatched in Skill': Battle Tactics â Controlling Battle â The Tools of the Tactician â How to Win â Theory 6 `No Shortage of People to Kill': The Rout and Its Aftermath â Fight or Flight â A Divine Gift â Last Rites Conclusion â The Context of Tactical Thought â A New Model of Hoplite Battle â The Greek Way of War Works Cited Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004355361 20180122
What determined the choices of the Greeks on the battlefield? Were their tactics defined by unwritten moral rules, or was all considered fair in war? In Classical Greek Tactics: A Cultural History, Roel Konijnendijk re-examines the literary evidence for the battle tactics and tactical thought of the Greeks during the 5th and 4th centuries BC. Rejecting the traditional image of limited, ritualised battle, Konijnendijk sketches a world of brutally destructive engagements, restricted only by the stubborn amateurism of the men who fought. The resulting model of hoplite battle does away with most received wisdom about the nature of Greek battle tactics, and redefines the way they reflected the values of Greek culture as a whole.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004355361 20180122
Green Library
xiv, 247 pages ; 24 cm
  • Preface Abbreviations 1 Combined Operations to 1500 2 The Early Modern Period, 1500 to 1700 3 The Eighteenth Century, 1700-1775 4 The American Revolution, and the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1775-1815 5 The Nineteenth Century, 1815-1914 6 The First World War, 1914-18 7 The Interwar Period, 1918-39 8 The Second World War, I, 1939-42 9 The Second World War, II, 1942-45 10 The Cold War, 1945-90 11 Since 1990 12 Conclusions Notes Selected Further Readin.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442276932 20171201
This compelling book provides the first global history of the evolution of combined operations since Antiquity. Beginning with amphibious warfare in the ancient world of the Romans, Vikings, and Mongols, Jeremy Black advances through the Gunpowder Revolution, the rise of maritime empires and the formation of nation-states, the early Industrial Revolution and the adaptation of modern technology to warfare, the twentieth-century world wars, the Cold War, and concluding with the modern age of irregular and asymmetric conflict. Black's informed and analytical narrative emphasizes conflicts around the world, focusing not only on leading powers but also regional combatants. His case studies include amphibious operations in the Mongol invasions of Japan, the War for American Independence, and the Gallipoli campaign of World War I. He also explores the development and effectiveness of airborne operations as a way to project military power inland. Offering a balanced assessment of strategic, operational, and technical developments over time, Black considers both the potential and limitations of amphibious and airborne warfare-past, present, and future.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442276932 20171201
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xviii, 281 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction PART 1: Counter-Insurgency and the Nigerian Military Institution 1. Organizational Culture and Historical Experience of the Military in Nigeria 2. Formalized CT-COIN Development Since the Post-Civil War Period 3. Insurgency-COIN Military Doctrine in Nigeria: Theory and Practice PART 2: Counter-Insurgency Plans and Operations 4. Joint Task Force Operation Restore Order (JTF ORO), 2011-2013 5. North-East COIN Plans and Operations, 2013-2014 6. North-East and Chad Basin Sub-Regional Coin Effort, 2014-2017 Book Summary.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138098886 20180129
This book offers a detailed examination of the counter-insurgency operations undertaken by the Nigerian military against Boko Haram between 2011 and 2017. Based on extensive fieldwork conducted with military units in Nigeria, Counter-Insurgency in Nigeria has two main aims. First, it seeks to provide an understanding of the Nigerian military's internal role - a role that today, as a result of internal threats, pivots towards counter-insurgency. The book illustrates how organizational culture, historical experience, institutions, and doctrine, are critical to understanding the Nigerian military and its attitudes and actions against the threat of civil disobedience, today and in the past. The second aim of the book is to examine the Nigerian military campaign against Boko Haram insurgents - specifically, plans and operations between June 2011 and April 2017. Within this second theme, emphasis is placed on the idea of battlefield innovation and the reorganization within the Nigerian military since 2013, as the Nigerian Army and Air Force recalibrated themselves for COIN warfare. A certain mystique has surrounded the technicalities of COIN operations by the Army against Boko Haram, and this book aims to disperse that veil of secrecy. Furthermore, the work's analysis of the air force's role in counter-insurgency is unprecedented within the literature on military warfare in Nigeria. This book will be of great interest to students of military studies, counter-insurgency, counter-terrorism, African politics and security studies in general.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138098886 20180129
Green Library
xii, 220 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
In warzones, ordinary commercially-available drones are used for extraordinary reconnaissance and information gathering. They can also be used for bombings - a drone carrying an explosive charge is potentially a powerful weapon. At the same time asymmetric warfare has become the norm - with large states increasingly fighting marginal terrorist groups in the Middle East and elsewhere. Here, Nicholas Grossman shows how we are entering the age of the drone terrorist - groups such as Hezbollah are already using them in the Middle East. Grossman will analyse the ways in which the United States, Israel and other advanced militaries use aerial drones and ground-based robots to fight non-state actors (e.g. ISIS, al Qaeda, the Iraqi and Afghan insurgencies, Hezbollah, Hamas, etc.) and how these groups, as well as individual terrorists, are utilizing less advanced commercially-available drones to fight powerful state opponents. Robotics has huge implications for the future of security, terrorism and international relations and this will be essential reading on the subject of terrorism and drone warfare.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781784538309 20180423
Green Library
ix, 159 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction: Education, Security and Intelligence Studies Liam Gearon 1. Intelligence studies, universities and security Anthony Glees 2. Extremism and neo-liberal education policy: A contextual critique of the Trojan Horse affair in Birmingham schools James Arthur 3. Neither villains nor victims: Towards an educational perspective on radicalisation Stijn Sieckelinck, Femke Kaulingfreks and Micha De Winter 4. The politicisation and securitisation of religious education? A rejoinder Robert Jackson 5. Thinking interestingly: The use of game play to enhance learning and facilitate critical thinking within a Homeland Security curriculum Keith Cozine 6. A golden age of security and education? Adult education for civil defence in the United States 1950-1970 John Preston.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138088276 20180129
With intensified threats to global security from international terrorism worldwide, education systems themselves face these same unprecedented security threats. Schools and universities have become marked loci of interest for the monitoring of extremism and counter-terrorism by security and intelligence agencies. The relationship between education systems and national security is nothing new though - it extends in surprising and unexpected ways into territory which is by turns open and covert, even secret. Acknowledging the genuine political and security concerns which have drawn educational systems ever closer to the intelligence community, this book shows how and why this has happened, and explains why the relationship between education and the security and intelligence communities extends beyond contemporary concerns with counter-terrorism. As the title of this book demonstrates, this is as much an intellectual challenge as a security struggle. Education, Security and Intelligence Studies thus critically engages with multi-disciplinary perspectives on a complex and contentious interface: between systems of often secret and covert national security and intelligence and open systems of national education. Delving into difficult to access and often closely guarded aspects of public life, the book provides the pathfinding groundwork and theoretical modelling for research into a complex of little explored institutional and epistemological interconnectedness between universities and the security and intelligence agencies. This book was originally published as a special issue of the British Journal of Educational Studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138088276 20180129
Education Library (Cubberley)
vii, 219 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Tells the fist person story of Verne Lyon, an Iowa farm boy away at college who is inducted into the CIA to spy on his professors and fellow student as part of MHCHAOS, the then largest domestic surveillance program in American history. Framed by his handlers for an airport bombing the young Lyon is dispatched to Cuba to subvert the Castro regime and, when he balks at increasingly nefarious dirty tricks and tries to quit, the CIA kidnaps him twice, finally returning him to American soil and Leavenworth Penitentiary. Today a free man, Lyon details his journey through CIA lies and deceit both to make amends and to reveal the secret workings of government all around us.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781476670904 20180319
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiv, 237 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Part I: Introduction 1. Introduction 2. The Study of Foreign Intervention in Civil Wars Part II: A Theory of Foreign Intervention, Warfare and Civil Wars 3. External Resources and Belligerents' Capabilities 4. Foreign Intervention and Warfare Conversion in Civil War Part III: Case Studies and Empirical Observations 5. The Dynamics of Warfare in the Angolan Civil War 6. Foreign Intervention and Warfare in the Angolan Civil War 7. The Dynamics of Warfare in the Afghan Civil War 8. Foreign Intervention and Warfare in the Afghan Civil War Part IV: Findings and Conclusion 9. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138084575 20180129
This book examines the impact of foreign intervention in the course and nature of warfare in civil wars. Throughout history, foreign intervention in civil wars has been the rule rather than the exception. The involvement of outside powers can have a dramatic impact on the course and nature of internal conflicts. Despite this, there has been little research which has sought to explain how foreign intervention influences the course of civil wars. This book seeks to rectify this gap. It examines the impact of foreign intervention on the warfare that characterises civil wars through by studying the cases of the Angolan and Afghan civil wars. It investigates how foreign resources affect the military power of the recipient belligerent, and examines how changes in the balance of capabilities influence the form of warfare that characterises a civil war. Warfare in civil wars is often highly fluid, with belligerents adapting their respective strategies in response to shifts in the balance of military capabilities. This book shows how the intervention of foreign powers can manipulate the balance of capabilities between the civil war belligerents and change the dominant form of warfare. The findings presented in this book offer key insights for policy-makers to navigate the increasing internationalization of civil wars around the globe. This book will be of much interest to students of civil wars, intra-state conflict, war and conflict studies, and security studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138084575 20180129
Green Library
viii, 290 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
  • Prologue
  • Tehran, 1980
  • Childhood, Iran
  • Pakistan
  • Beirut
  • Grenada
  • The Far East
  • First Gulf War
  • FBI special assignment
  • Black Hawk down
  • Haiti
  • Spain
  • Afghanistan
  • Darfur
  • Combined Joint Task Force Paladin
  • 10th Group Special Forces
  • Epilogue: Hearts and minds.
Over 100 combat missions, 24 years as a Green Beret--Full Battle Rattle tells the legend of a soldier who served America in every war since Vietnam. Master Sergeant Changiz Lahidji served on Special Forces A teams longer than anyone in history, completing over a hundred combat missions in Afghanistan. Changiz is a Special Forces legend. He also happens to be the first Muslim Green Beret. Changiz served this country starting with Operation Eagle Claw in 1980, when he entered Tehran on a one-man mission to spy on Iranian soldiers guarding the US Embassy where 52 US diplomats were being held hostage. Three years later, he was in Beirut, Lebanon when a suicide car bomb exploded in front of the US Embassy killing 83 people. Weeks after that, he was shot by Hezbollah terrorists on a night mission. In Operation Iraqi Freedom, he led a convoy that was ambushed on its way to Fallujah. He was clearing houses in Mogadishu, Somalia on October, 1993 when a US Black Hawk helicopter was shot down 50 feet away from him in the incident that inspired Black Hawk Down. In 2002, he dressed as a farmer and snuck into Eastern Afghanistan and located Osama Bin Laden for the CIA. Along the way, Changiz earned numerous commendations, including the Special Forces Legion of Merit, Purple Hearts, and many others. Last year he was nominated for induction in Military Intelligence Hall of Fame and cited as "the finest noncommissioned officer to ever serve in Special Forces." His story is an amazing tale of perseverance and courage, of combat and one man's love of his adopted country.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
431 pages : chart ; 24 cm.
  • Jacques de Guibert (1743-1790) -- Guibert, le soldat philosophe -- De la pratique à la théorie -- À l'école du père et de Bellone -- Philosophe et théoricien militaire -- Le pèlerinage aux sources : le voyage en Allemagne et en Prusse (1773) -- Une carrière politique et littéraire -- Réformateur contesté -- En quête de l'immortalité -- Essai général de tactique -- Discours préliminaire -- Tableau de la Politique actuelle -- Tableau de l'Art de la Guerre -- Sur les pas de Guibert : Clausewitz face à l'histoire militaire -- Essai général de tactique (1770) -- Tactique élémentaire : ligne ou colonne ? -- Grande tactique -- Guibert, stratège révolutionnaire ? -- Défense du système de guerre moderne (1779) -- Défense, tome premier -- Défense, tome second -- De la force publique considérée dans tous ses rapports (1790) -- La force du dehors -- La force du dedans -- Du danger des guerres nationales -- Face au coup d'État militaire -- Guerre et paix entre les nations -- Des relectures contemporaines -- Roger Caillois (1913-1978) -- Jean-Paul Charnay (1928-2013) -- Les principes de Guibert -- Violence et force chez Guibert -- Géopolitique guibertienne -- Lucien Poirier (1918-2013) -- Quatre axiomes guibertiens -- Bataille décisive et mépris des moyens -- La philosophie de la guerre -- De la guerre totale à la guerre limitée -- Antoine-Henri Jomini (1779-1869) -- Jomini, le devin de Napoléon ? -- Un civil découvre la stratégie -- Une passion militaire -- Des lectures profitables -- L'appui décisif du maréchal Ney -- Un Suisse rencontre l'Empereur des Français -- Devin ou prophète ? -- Au Quartier-Général de l'Empereur -- La guerre d'Espagne -- Des sirènes de Russie à la Bérézina -- De l'art de la guerre à l'art de la trahison -- Une ténébreuse affaire -- Tel qu'en Lui-même enfin. -- À la recherche des principes : faire la guerre ou la penser ? -- Les inspirateurs : l'archiduc Charles et Napoléon -- L'archiduc et les "Principes de la stratégie" -- Napoléon, critique de l'archiduc Charles et de Jomini -- De la mesure en toutes choses, Sire -- De la tactique à la stratégie -- Principes tactiques -- Principes stratégiques -- Résumé stratégique -- Précis de l'art de la guerre -- De la politique de la guerre -- De la politique militaire -- De la stratégie -- Jomini et Clausewitz -- Une comparaison à sens unique -- L'Empereur omniprésent -- Les jugements de Clausewitz -- La réponse de Jomini -- Un rapprochement possible ? -- Les guerres nationales et populaires -- Une seule guerre à la fois -- Offensive et défensive -- Théâtre de guerre et théâtre des opérations -- Guerres limitées et guerres illimitées -- Regards récents sur Jomini -- Lucien Poirier : Jomini, théoricien de la rupture stratégique -- Stratégie et équilibre d'abord -- De la violence déchaînée à la science stratégique -- La volonté de savoir -- Bruno Colson : Jomini, l'inspirateur des stratèges américains -- Les mérites du Précis de l'art de la guerre -- L'influence de Jomini sur la stratégie américaine -- Clausewitz contre Jomini
  • Ami-Jacques Rapin : une approche historico-critique de l'oeuvre -- Jean-Jacques Langendorf : un monument biographique -- Jomini historien -- Vers l'illumination : le principe premier -- D'un Tableau à un Précis -- Carl von Clausewitz (1780-1831) -- Biographie : de Frédéric II à Napoléon -- Une formation militaire -- De la guerre réelle à l'École de guerre -- De la carte d'état-major à la carte du Tendre -- La Grande Catastrophe -- De la Réformation à la Libération -- Avec les Réformateurs -- La campagne de Russie -- La chute de l'Aigle -- Seize ans de réflexion -- Retour à l'École de guerre -- Les sources intellectuelles -- Une personnalité romantique -- Prolégomènes à Vom Kriege -- Premiers écrits stratégiques -- Stratégie de 1804 -- Remarques sur la "Stratégie pure et appliquée" de Monsieur de Bülow -- Pédagogie militaire -- Enseignement militaire au prince de Prusse -- Théorie du combat -- La Campagne de 1812 en Russie -- Un Clausewitz révolutionnaire ? -- Les Manifestes de 1812 -- Guerre populaire et petite guerre -- Portrait de Scharnhorst -- De la guerre (Livres I, II et III) -- Livre premier. La nature de la guerre -- Qu'est-ce que la guerre ? -- But et moyens dans la guerre (chapitre 2) -- Le génie guerrier face à la friction (chapitres 3 et 7) -- Livre II. La théorie de la guerre -- Livre III. De la stratégie en général -- De la guerre (Livres IV à VIII) -- Livres IV et V -- Livre IV. L'engagement (Le combat) -- Livre V. Les forces militaires -- Livres VI et VII. La défense et l'attaque -- Livre VI. La défense -- Livre VII. L'attaque -- Livre VIII. Le plan de guerre -- Réception de Clausewitz -- Monde germanique -- Clausewitz militarisé ? -- Clausewitz perdu et retrouvé -- Monde francophone -- D'une guerre à l'autre : 1870-1914 -- Le retour des professeurs (1976-2007) -- Monde anglo-saxon -- Angleterre -- États-Unis.
"Plutôt que trois monographies juxtaposées, ce livre présente une étude comparée de grands classiques de la pensée stratégique occidentale : Guibert, Jomini et Clausewitz. Il montre leurs différences et leurs convergences, leurs oppositions et leurs complémentarités. Il éclaire les chemins variés qui les conduisent de la tactique à l'opératique et à la stratégie, de la guerre conventionnelle à la guerre populaire et révolutionnaire, de la guerre limitée à la guerre absolue. Chaque partie esquisse la biographie des stratégistes, puis propose l'essentiel de leur pensée, mise en dialogue avec celle des deux autres, et enfin retrace une évaluation critique de l'impact de Guibert, Jomini et Clausewitz sur les grands lecteurs contemporains."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
220 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Kalter Krieg und Stunde Null
  • Die Ausgangslage
  • Die Kleine Anfrage und die Antwort der Bundesregierung
  • Daten und Dokumente klauen unter Freunden : das geht doch
  • Briefe, Anträge, Recherchen
  • Die Akte ging nach Moskau : oder doch nicht?
  • Die andere Seite des Problems : eine zweite Kleine Anfrage
  • Briefe und Begegnungen
  • Wovor fürchten sie sich so?
  • Noch immer kein Finale : ein vorläufiger Zwischenbericht.
Green Library
343 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
  • Introduction, 1. The Horse Trade in Eighteenth-century South Asia, 2. The Silent Frontier of South Asia, c. ad 1100-1800, 3. The Eurasian Frontier after the First Millennium ad: Reflections Along the Fringe of Time and Space, 4. Warhorse and Post-Nomadic Empire in Asia, c. 1000-1800, 5. The Embarrassment of Political Violence inEurope and South Asia, c. 1100-1800, 6. Indian Warfare and Afghan Innovationduring the Eighteenth Century, 7. Warhorse and Gunpowder in India, c. ad 1000-1850, 8. Slavery and Naukari among the Bangash Nawabs of Farrukhabad 9. The Warband in the Making of Eurasian Empires.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138095373 20180326
This omnibus brings together some old and some recent works by Jos Gommans on the warhorse and its impact on medieval and early modern state-formation in South Asia. These studies are based on Gommans' observation that Indian empires always had to deal with a highly dynamic inner frontier between semi-arid wilderness and settled agriculture. Such inner frontiers could only be bridged by the ongoing movements of Turkish, Afghan, Rajput and other warbands. Like the most spectacular examples of the Delhi Sultanate and the Mughal Empires, they all based their power on the exploitation of the most lethal weapon of that time: the warhorse. In discussing the breeding and trading of horses and their role in medieval and early modern South Asian warfare, Gommans also makes some thought-provoking comparisons with Europe and the Middle East. Since the Indian frontier is part of the much larger Eurasian Arid Zone that links the Indian subcontinent to West, Central and East Asia, the final essay explores the connected and entangled history of the Turko-Mongolian warband in the Ottoman and Timurid Empires, Russia and China.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138095373 20180326
Green Library