Table of contents for Winning the right war : the path to security for America and the world / Philip H. Gordon.

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		Introduction	 xi
	1	The Wrong War	 1
		A Flawed Diagnosis	 
		Counterproductive Strategies
		Squandering Credibility
		Conflating Threats
		Alienating Allies
		The Resource Gap
	2	How We Won the Cold War	 34
		Managing Threats
		Preserving Our Values
		Winning Friends and Allies
		Fighting the Right Battles
	3	The Right War	 61
		Restoring Moral Authority
		Rethinking Homeland Defense
		Providing Hopes and Dreams
		Ending the Oil Curse
		Rebuilding Frayed Alliances
	4	A New Deal for the Middle East	 91
		Getting Out of Iraq
		Pursuing Israeli-Arab Détente
		Containing ¿ and Engaging ¿ Iran 
		Saving Afghanistan
		Winning Turkey Back
	5	What Victory Will Look Like	132
		Imagining the Future
		After the War on Terror
		Wrong War, Right War
		Notes	151		
		Acknowledgments	191
		Index	193		

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign relations -- 2001-.
National security -- United States.
War on Terrorism, 2001-.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Middle East.
Middle East -- Foreign relations -- United States.
World politics -- 1989-.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Philosophy.
Cold War.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989.
World politics -- 1945-1989.