Waging War: Alliances, Coalitions, and Institutions of Interstate Violence

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INDEX
Page numbers with “t” or “f” indicate material in tables or figures.
abandonment fears: by Afghanistan, 121; by France, 62, 177–178; by Germany, 62; during Gulf War, 62; by Japan, 62; during OAF, 88; during OEF, 118–122; during OIF, 152–156, 162; during OOD/OUP, 177–178; by Turkey, 62; by United Kingdom, 62, 155, 177; by United States, 120–121, 153–154; vulnerability of democracies to, 154; during wartime, 35, 36
ABC (American, British, and Canadian) states, 27, 38
ACE (Allied Command Europe), 77
acronyms, table of, xiii–xvi
Afghanistan: abandonment concerns by, 121; Ahmad Shah Masood, 233n14; Kabul, 103, 104, 106, 107f, 109f, 122–123; Karzai, Hamid, 121, 127–128, 241n97; Northern Alliance, 21, 101, 103, 122; in OIF, 145t; and al-Qaeda, 102, 123–124; Tajiks in, 122; Taliban in, 101–105, 111, 122–125, 128, 233n10; Tora Bora, 123; U.S. drones in, 194; Uzbeks in, 122. See also ISAF (International Security Assistance Force); Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF)
Afghanistan Mission Network (AMN), 112
AFRICOM, 10, 11f, 12, 165–166, 167f, 169
Agency for International Development, U.S., 108
“Agreement on Provisional Arrangements in Afghanistan …” (UN), 126
Ahmad Shah Masood, 233n14
airlift capacity, 39, 84, 141–142
airpower, 63–64, 89, 103, 122
Air Standardization Coordinating Committee, 27
air tasking orders (ATOs), 54, 57
Albania, 76, 87, 142, 174; tabular material, 115t, 116t, 144t, 145t
Albanian Kosovars, 90, 95
Albright, Madeleine, 87
alcohol and cultural sensitivities, 66
Algeria, 182t
alliance paradox, 31
alliances, military: and alliance politics, 17–19; versus coalitions, 13, 25–26, 35–38, 43–47, 190; conflict management in, 30–31, 96; decision-making structures in, 36; and degrees of threat, 16; effects of size on, 42, 45t; as institutions, 3, 5–11; management function of, 30–31; as mechanisms of restraint, 31; in peace- and wartime, 32–38, 96–97; potential of entanglements from, 4; preexisting versus ad hoc, 35–36; strategic benefits of, 17; strategic liabilities of, 5; U.S. post–Cold War, 1–2; valued as ends themselves, 92; as weapons of war, 15
alliance security dilemma, 192; in Gulf War, 62–63, 72; internal distribution of capability and, 46t; less likely in long-standing arrangements, 5; in OAF, 87–89; in OEF, 118–122; in OIF, 152–156, 162; in OOD/ OUP, 177–178, 185

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acronyms xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Fighting with Friends 14
  • 3 - Operations Desert Storm and Desert Shield 48
  • 4 - Operation Allied Force 74
  • 5 - Operation Enduring Freedom and the International Security Assistance Force 99
  • 6 - Operation Iraqi Freedom and the War in Iraq 132
  • 7 - Operations Odyssey Dawn and Unified Protector 164
  • 8 - Conclusion 188
  • Notes 199
  • Index 265
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