1 edition of How to end war found in the catalog.
How to end war
|Statement||by A. Fenner Brockway.|
|Series||I.L.P. programme pamphlet -- no.2|
|Contributions||Independent Labour Party.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Fred Ikle's book Every War Must End has influenced analysts and policymakers for decades. Gideon Rose's How Wars End is likely to be just as influential for generations to come.
You may think. Well, a good way to start would be to read Richard Holbrooke's book, To End A War, published in Holbrooke was President Clinton's chief negotiator to the Balkans and the architect of the Dayton agreements which How to end war book the Bosnian war /5(60).
This book is fine but it's not the greatest I've read. There is another book called How Wars End written by Gideon Rose, that's a little bit more clear then this book. Chapter 7 was the easiest chapter in this whole book. Very difficult to understand the authors point. Highly recommend the other by: To End a War was one of the books recommended in a list, but this was written for those who have a good handle on the events at the time, whether in memory or consum In recent years, this particular war has fascinated me and 4/5.
The book is really small so it makes for easy carrying and short pages. The book is a short read for the average reader but it offers great insight to the end of war. If you like this topic and would like an intense book on the end of violence, check out The Better Angels of Our Nature by Steven by: This book is Holbrooke's gripping inside account of his mission, of the decisive months when, belatedly and reluctantly but ultimately decisively, the United States reasserted its moral authority and leadership and ended Europe's worst war in over half a century.
To End a War reveals many important new details of how America made this historic 3/5(3). Tom Clancy's EndWar is a real-time tactics game designed by How to end war book Shanghai for the PlayStation 3, Xbox and Windows platforms.
The Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable versions feature turn-based tactics instead of the real-time tactics of their console counterparts. It was released on Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, and Xbox on. "To End a War is a good book, well-written and very readable It is invaluable to have such a substantial contribution to the public record, written by a principal player so soon after the event." –Pauline Neville-Jones, Prospect "To End a War goes a long way toward revealing a much more human and thoughtful figure behind the brash, pushy.
Origin. During Augustimmediately after the outbreak of the war, British author and social commentator H. Wells published a number of articles in London newspapers that subsequently appeared as a book entitled The War That Will End War.
Wells blamed the Central Powers for the coming of the war and argued that only the defeat of German militarism could bring about an end to war. This book is Holbrooke's gripping inside account of his mission, of the decisive months when, belatedly and reluctantly but ultimately decisively, the United States reasserted its moral authority and leadership and ended Europe's worst war in over half a century.
To End a War reveals many important new details of how America made this historic. To End a War is a brilliant portrayal of high-wire, high-stakes diplomacy in one of the toughest negotiations of modern times. A classic account of the uses and misuses of American power, its lessons go far beyond the boundaries of the Balkans and provide a powerful argument for continued American leadership in the modern world.3/5(3).
Most perplexing of all in a book about the war’s origins, the intense drama of the final week of peace, when nerves were on edge in all the key capitals, is. To End a War captures this mood precisely; Holbrooke offers gripping tales of marathon hour sessions, scenes of the Balkan leaders screaming at one another and at the Americans, and offers unforgettable portraits of Milosevic, Izetbegovic, and Tudjman.
The place seethes with frustration. "Scott Horton's new book Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan has a title that tells you where it is going, but to think that is all it is about would be to sell short a comprehensive work that takes the reader on a long journey starting in the s.
Indeed, if there were a university course on what went wrong with Afghanistan. This book is Holbrooke's gripping inside account of his mission, of the decisive months when, belatedly and reluctantly but ultimately decisively, the United States reasserted its moral authority and leadership and ended Europe's worst war in over half a century.
To End a War reveals many important new details of how America made this historic Reviews: Mr. Holbrooke talked about his new book [To End a War], published by Random House.
The book takes a look at the complicated process of securing the Dayton Peace Accords from the perspectives of the. Richard Holbrooke presents To End a War as a memoir of his experience as the chief US official negotiating the end of the Bosnian war from August until the Dayton Peace Agreement in November and through the first two years of implementation.
His narrative reads like a thrilling drama that meticulously details his shuttle diplomacy across the Balkans.
To End a War, by Richard Holbrooke Knopf,pages Reviewed by Emma Cherniavsky Co-Chair, Young Advocates, California Committee South To End a War recounts the tortuous path that led to the.
In my first book, 'A Return to Love', I wrote about things in the outer world that need to change - how we need to ameliorate deep poverty, heal the earth, end war. Votes: 0 Marianne Williamson. This is a well-written, interesting book by an established acamedician giving his case for the end of war.
The book explores history, anthropology, philosophy, politics, and real-world examples to make a case for modern civilization's move toward, and ability to exist, without war/5(17).
The previous book by David Robbins, WAR OF THE RATS, based on the German siege of Stalingrad during World War II, is an exceptional war novel. THE END OF WAR, using as a backdrop the last few months of the war against Hitler's Third Reich, is equally riveting and s: This book is Holbrooke's gripping inside account of his mission, of the decisive months when, belatedly and reluctantly but ultimately decisively, the United States reasserted its moral authority and leadership and ended Europe's worst war in over half a century.
To End a War reveals many important new details of how America made this historic. This book is Holbrooke's gripping inside account of his mission, of the decisive months when, belatedly and reluctantly but ultimately decisively, the United States reasserted its moral authority and leadership and ended Europe's worst war in over half a century.
To End a War reveals many important new details of how America made this historic /5(5). This was a great book. Robbins writing is a delight and the time he puts into research is clearly evident in the plot details.
The End of War is basically a Greek Tragedy set in WWII, with the "Gods" -- Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin -- meddling into the lives of "mortals" by playing geopolitics as their armies race to take Berlin.
I can't succinctly put into words the plot 4/5(32). After the war, for example, the United Nations passed Resolutiondemanding Israel return to its prewar borders. As Khalidi astutely points out, while SC is generally regarded as the.
The End War book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the ghost city of Boston, a terrifying truth is about to be revealed/5(9). But the end of war is only a foolish dream if we allow it to be, by declining to talk in those sweeping terms because it feels too "pie-in-the.
Apple Books Preview. The War That Will End War. Wells & Golden Deer Classics. $; Listen $; Listen Publisher Description. About the First World War, and the author's conclusions. Whether or not you agree with these articles/essays, H G Wells does make many valid points about the war, and it's effect on people, especially in Britain.
End This War book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Alam mong kalaban pero nagawa mo paring mahalin. Alam mong hindi pwede /5(12). Elizabeth Stanley's Paths to Peace (), Dan Reiter's How Wars End (), and Gideon Rose's How Wars End () look at how actual wars have ended, from the American Civil War to the war in Iraq.
Stanley's book is the best scholarly analysis and revision so far of the bargaining model of war termination. An End to Evil charts the agenda for what’s next in the war on terrorism, as articulated by David Frum, former presidential speechwriter and bestselling author of The Right Man, and Richard Perle, former assistant secretary of defense and one of the most influential foreign-policy leaders in Washington.
This world is an unsafe place for Americans—and the Reviews: Israel/Palestine book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Israel/Palestine, Reinhart traces the development of the Securit Israel/Palestine book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Start by marking “Israel/Palestine: How to End the War of ” as Want to Read/5(5). Book reviews. To End a War: From Sarajevo to Dayton and Beyond Richard Holbrooke Review by Roger Bishop. June Contrary to widespread public opinion several years ago, war in Bosnia was not inevitable.
But once the war began, peace, or at least an end to hostilities was not inevitable either. It took a long, arduous, complex journey from. The War That Will End War by H.G. Wells, a free text and ebook for easy online reading, study, and reference.
The War That Will End War was published in "All of the realities of this war are things of the mind." Wells' book is featured in our collection of World War I Literature. The War to end all Wars. Except it didn’t. And the horrors of war have continued, unabated.
But in honour of those who desperately hoped that that War would end all wars, here is a collection of books that share that vision of a demilitarised future.
On Specific Wars Testament of Youth by Vera Brittain. To End All Wars is a war film starring Robert Carlyle, Kiefer Sutherland and Sakae Kimura and was directed by David L.
Cunningham. The film is based on Through the Valley of the Kwai, an autobiography of Scottish captain Ernest Gordon. To End a War Introduction In this book, the scholars examined the dynamics of ethnic conflict in Bosnia and the reasons for international involvement in it. The analysis is done on the causes and reasons for the conflicts and why international efforts of resolving the conflict failed and later succeeded in Find books like The End of War from the world’s largest community of readers.
Goodreads members who liked The End of War also liked: Trick Mirror: Reflec. To end a war by Richard C. Holbrooke,Random House edition, in English - 1st ed. Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews Review Essays Browse All Reviews More. Articles with Audio outcome—actual armed conflict between the United States and China—now appears possible for the first time since the end of the Korean War.
In other words, we are confronting the prospect of not just a new Cold War, but a hot one as well. “In Fool’s Errand, Scott Horton masterfully explains the tragedy of America’s longest war and makes the case for immediate withdrawal.
I highly recommend this excellent book on America’s futile and self-defeating occupation of Afghanistan.” — Daniel Ellsberg, Pentagon Papers whistleblower and author of The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War .Robbins views it all unsparingly. Quoting Plato, he writes: “Only the dead have seen the end of war.” Brilliant storytelling by an author who continues to grow and impress (War of the Rats,etc.), and who, here, seems in absolute control of his material.12 hours ago The end of the war was coming, but pilots, sailors and soldiers on the front lines like Paul Stobnicke didn’t always know what was happening.
“People back home could read headlines,” he said.