In seeking to confront various security threats while simultaneously evading associated military and political costs, America has come to rely on the vicarious warfighting approaches of delegation, danger-proofing and darkness. Thomas Waldman shows in a new CSP journal article that the results are not promising. Security is not a commodity that can be bought on the cheap.
|Specialist publication||Contemporary Security Policy|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Dec 2017|
- US MILITARY
- War on Terror