Table of contents for Fogs of war and peace : a midstream analysis of World War III / Robert L. Dilworth and Shlomo Maital ; foreword by Morris J. Brady.

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				Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
	The Authors
Foreword: Major General (ret.) Morris J. Brady
Preface 
 
	 
Chapter One: Past, Present, Future: Gleaning Clues from History
( Introduction
( Perception Is Reality: How Media Distorts Events and Influences Outcomes
( The View from the Foothills
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( A Vest Pocket History of World War II Global Conflict. 
( The Teleology of Global Conflicts
( What Won the War?
 ( The Teleology of World War III
 ( World War III: Hyperbole or Reality?
 ( Is Globalization a Cause of World War III? 
( Winning The Crucial War for Hearts and Minds. 
( Responding to Global Terrorism Requires an Educated and Informed Citizenry
( The War of Cultures and the Culture of War: Are Freedom
 and Democracy Sources of Weakness or Strength. 
( Global Economics, Local Politics and World War III
 Chapter Two: Plotting Our Course--Key Reference Points
		( Introduction
( The Watershed Trauma of 9/11/2001
( What are the Questions?
( The Changing Role and Perception of the United States on the 
 World Stage
( Quantifying Terrorism
( How Combatants Perceive the Value of Life:
 Does a Zero Value of Life Convey Strategic Advantage?
( The Global Arms Trade
( How to Pay for World War III
( Oiling the Wheels of the Enemy: How the West Funds the
 Enemy's War Effort?
( The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: First and Second Intifadas
( Lebanon: The Consistency of Folly
 ( Re-emergence of Russia. 
 ( Diffuse Warfare: Can Irregular Forces Be Defeated
 Chapter Three: Dispersing the Fog: A Framework for Analysis
( Introduction
( Definitions
( The Analytical Framework
 Chapter Four: The War in Afghanistan: Case Study
( Introduction
( Cultural Perspective
		 ( Application of Cultural Indices to Afghanistan
 ( Interpretive Narrative: Fog of Peace
 ( Interpretive Narrative: Fog of War
 
 ( Closing Summary
Chapter Five: A Case Study of the War in Iraq
( Introduction
( Weapons of Mass Destruction
( The Cost of the War
( Public Opinion Regarding the Iraq War
( The Way Forward 
( Iraq as Insurgency
( Cultural Perspective
( Fog of Peace: The Iraqi Context
( Fog of War: The Iraqi Context
(Closing Summary
Chapter Six: A Case Study of Lebanon Two (Israeli-Hezbollah 
 Conflict of 2006)
( Introduction 
( Visibility of Countries on the World Stage
( Hezbollah
( The War Itself and the Aftermath
( Gaza and Hamas: the Other Front
( Review/Debrief on Lebanon War II
( Global Factors
 . Availablity of Options Going Forward
 ( Cultural Perspective
( Matrices - Fogs of War and Peace
 . Closing Summary
 Chapter Seven: A Comparative Analysis of Belief Systems 
( Introduction 
( Spotlight on Al Qaeda
 ( The Differing Belief Systems Within Islam
 . The Basics of Islam
 . The Sunni-Shi'a Devide
 . What This All Means in Fighting Terrorism
( Some Definitive Analyses
( Touchstones in Finding Ways to Defeat Terrorism and Move to More Positive Ground in International Relations
 
Chapter Eight: A Summary View of Challenges We Face and 
The Road Forward
 ( Introduction
( Around the World
. The Conflict in Afghanistan and the Linkage to Pakistan
. The al Qaeda Threat
. Israel and its Neighbors
. Issues Related to Iran
( The Road Forward
					 
 Glossary
 References

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World War III.
Iraq War, 2003-.
Afghan War, 2001-.
Political violence -- Middle East.
War on Terrorism, 2001-.