Tomorrow's Wars

Friedman, Norman
August 2009
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Aug2009, Vol. 135 Issue 8, p90
Conference Proceeding
The article focuses on the future wars that will be faced by U.S. and British Armed Forces in 2009. It states that there is no hint whether the current U.S.-led war in Afghanistan will demand huge number of combat forces that was deployed by the country during the Operation Iraqi Freedom. It cites that the threat posed by Iran in the Persian Gulf, which if a war should break out, it will likely be fought in a conventional but high-tech war.


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