Table of contents for Strategy : the logic of war and peace / Edward N. Luttwak.


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PART I  THE LOGIC OF STRATEGY
1. The Conscious Use of Paradox in War
2. The Logic in Action
3. Efficiency and the Culminating Point of Success
4. The Coming Together of Opposites

PART II  THE LEVELS OF STRATEGY
5. The Technical Level
6. The Tactical Level
7. The Operational Level
8. Theater Strategy I: Military Options and Political Choices
9. Theater Strategy II: Offense and Defense
10. Theater Strategy III: Interdiction and the Surprise Attack
11. Nonstrategies: Naval, Air, Nuclear
12. The Renaissance of Strategic Air Power

PART III  OUTCOMES: GRAND STRATEGY
13. The Scope of Grand Strategy
14. Armed Suasion
15. Harmony and Disharmony in War
16. Can Strategy Be Useful?
Appendix A: Definitions of Strategy
Appendix B: The Gulf War Air Campaign
Appendix C: Instant Thunder
Notes
Works Cited
Index