Unrestricted warfare

As incredible as it may be to believe, three years before the Sept. 11 bombing of the World Trade Center a Chinese military manual titled Unrestricted Warfare touted such an attack – suggesting it would be difficult for the U.S. military to cope with.

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The Military Relationship Between China and Russia

The Military Relationship Between China and Russia is an exploration of what is perhaps the most vital element of the emerging strategic ties between Moscow and Beijing – their military dimension. It is the second installment in the American Foreign Policy Council’s five-volume monograph series on Sino-Russian relations.

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Beyond Nunn-Lugar

With so many analyses already available of U.S.-Russian cooperative threat reduction efforts it is not obvious why one should bother with yet another. There are, however, three good reasons for doing so.

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Heaven on Earth: The Rise and Fall of Socialism

A finalist for the 2003 Independent Publisher Book Awards, Heaven on Earth: The Rise and Fall of Socialism traces this fiery trajectory through portraits of the thinkers and leaders who developed the theory of socialism, led it to power and presided over its collapse.

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Problems with Shock Therapy

The anthology was published by Fronda Publishers in Poland in response to Jan Gross’s controversial book Neighbors. When faced with serious criticism, Gross and his supporters resorted to the argument that the book’s main contribution lay in its “shock value.”

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Empires of the Steppe

Today’s emerging strategic partnership between Russia and China is of profound significance for the United States. Yet Moscow and Beijing have a centuries-old history of competition and cooperation, the legacy of which will profoundly shape the outcome of the current Sino-Russian strategic entente. 

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Ejszyszki: A Pogrom That Never Was

Ejszyszki describes the complexity of inter-ethnic relations within the context of a total war in a multi-ethnic part of the world. Prof. Chodakiewicz analyzes the case of the small town of Ejszyszki in the eastern borderlands of prewar Poland (currently in Lithuania), where an operation by the anti-Nazi, anti-Bolshevik Polish Home Army (main underground resistance…

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