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D. Michael Shafer • 4 Items / 2 Books, 1 Article, 1 Review
Deadly Paradigms (1988)
The Failure of U.S. Counterinsurgency Policy
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    International Relations (Review)
    Deadly Paradigms, by D. Michael Shafer
    1. Deadly Paradigms by D. Michael Shafer
    American Political Science Review, June 1989, p. 705
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    The United States (9 Reviews)
    Deadly Paradigms, by D. Michael Shafer
    1. Deadly Paradigms by D. Michael Shafer
    2. From Protest to Policy by Pam Solo
    3. The Master of the Game by Strobe Talbott
    4. Minds at War by Steven Kull
    5. The 1988 Media Guide by Jude Wanniski
    6. The Path to Vietnam by Andrew J. Rotter
    7. Reunion by Tom Hayden
    8. Political Passages by John H. Bunzel
    9. The Survival of the Adversary Culture by Paul Hollander
    Orbis, Winter 1989, pp. 127-132
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological and Scientific
    1. Nato and the United States by Lawrence S. Kaplan
    2. Iron Destinies, Lost Opportunities by Charles R. Morris
    3. Reforming Defense by David C. Hendrickson
    4. How to Stop a War by James F. Dunnigan and William Martel
    5. War and the Changing Global System by William K. Domke
    6. Nuclear Non-Proliferation by John Simpson
    7. The International Atomic Energy Agency and World Nuclear Order by Lawrence Scheinman
    8. Seeking Stability in Space by Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
    9. International Space Policy by Daniel S. Papp and John R. McIntyre
    10. Deadly Paradigms by D. Michael Shafer
    11. Assessing the Vietnam War by Lloyd J. Matthews and Dale E. Brown
    12. Hedley Bull on Arms Control by Robert John O'Neill, David N. Schwartz, and Hedley Bull, ...
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1988, pp. 1115-1117