Журнальный клуб Интелрос » PRISM » Vol. 1, No 1. 2009
Organizing for Victory
Since the end of the Korean War, all of America’s conventional campaigns have ended in a matter of weeks, sometimes even days, with overwhelming victories and few if any friendly
casualties. Nation-building, counterinsurgency, and postconflict reconstruction, on the other hand, have always proved much more time-consuming, expensive, and problematic.