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Another prospect concerns 28 United States Post-Cold War Defence Interests nuclear blackmail – North Korea-style. , the ensuing retaliation will sufﬁce to deter others from following suit. The impetus for starting war will come from ideas, perceptions, values, resentments, life styles and adverse cultural interactions. However, America’s defense establishment remains largely structured for traditional western, state-on-state conventional wars, whose likelihood of outbreak has greatly diminished.
Samuel P. Huntington,“The Clash of Civilization”, Foreign Affairs, Summer 1993. 21. Bozeman, p. 79. 22. McNamara, p. 322. 23. Henry Kissinger, “The New World Order”, in Chester A. : United States Institute for Peace, 1996) p. 143. 24. David Hackett Fischer, The Great Wave: Price Revolutions and the Rhythm of History (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997). 25. William E. S. having prepared for war at NATO’s central front, but actual combat occurred in other theaters. “Contingencies and Organizational Response”, in Richard J.
Ibrahim Gossama, citing ﬁgures reported in The Economist, points out that “…since the creation of the UN, the world has witnessed more than one hundred major conﬂicts short of global war. 4 This trend continues even with the end of the Cold War. 5 We also saw the UN fail to affect lasting, positive change in Somalia through humanitarian relief. Even the celebrated UN victory in Desert Storm, the battle to oust Iraq from Kuwait, is still plagued by the continued embargo of Iraq and other problems that persist in that region.