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Modern U.S. Civil-Military Relations: Wielding the Terrible Swift Sword
David E. Johnson. Johnson argues that the demands placed by military officers of the Dayton agreement reflect a steady increase in the influence of military officers in drafting defense policy, rather than the recognition of any lessons learned in Somalia or Haiti. Furthermore, this increased authority of the military -- & the resultant deterioration in civil-military relations -- is largely the result of the lessons drawn by the military from the American experience in Vietnam. And the essential lesson of Vietnam was that only professional military officers can formulate the fundamental principles governing the application of American military power, or military doctrine.
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