Table of contents for A new division of labor : reconsidering American strategy and forces to meet new challenges / Andy Hoehn [et al.].

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CONTENTS
Preface	iii
RAND Project AIR FORCE	v
Summary	ix
A New Grand Strategy?	x
Meeting These Challenges	xii
Recasting U.S. Defense Strategy	xiii
A New Division Of Labor	xv
Potential Actions	xvi
Acknowledgments	xxiv
Glossary	xxv
1. PROMOTING DEMOCRACY AND FREEDOM ABROAD	1
America's New Grand Strategy?	3
New Friends, New Commitments, New Tensions	7
What Does This Mean For America's Armed Forces?	10
2. CONFLICT IN THE POST POST-COLD WAR WORLD	12
Terrorism and Insurgency	12
The New Nuclear Equation	15
The Rise of China	19
Welcome to the Post Post-Cold War World	24
3. TOWARD A NEW DIVISION OF LABOR	25
Countering Terrorists and Insurgent Groups Abroad	26
Supporting New Democracies	29
Deterring and Defeating Regional Adversaries	31
Dissuading Military Competition in Asia	33
Defending the Homeland	36
Countering the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons	37
Setting Aggregate Levels of Capability	39
Implications for Forces and Posture	43
4. WHAT WILL IT MEAN TO BE JOINT?	51
Different Demands for Joint Warfighting Prowess	51
Achieving Joint Tactical Proficiency	55
A New Joint Division of Labor	57
5. IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ARMED FORCES	61
Building the "Inform and Act" System	61
A Strategically Decisive Army: Winning at Peace as Well as War	64
A New Air-Ground Partnership	76
Integrating Air, Space, and Maritime Power	80
Getting More from the Corps	90
Security Cooperation in the New Security Environment	93
6. POTENTIAL ACTIONS FOR THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT'S LEADERSHIP
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Bibliography	105

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Military policy.
United States -- Armed Forces -- Reorganization.
World politics -- 21st century.