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For three decades, Ralph Peters has been the most provocative and visionary American writer on strategy, security, intelligence, and military affairs, predicting every major trend that has plagued the post-Cold-War world. A career military officer and acclaimed author, his collection of essays touch on subjects such as: the explosion of religious terrorism and its all-or-nothing nature, the dangers of over-reliance on technology to solve human problems, our military leadership's difficulty adapting to a changed world, the colossal waste of taxpayer dollars on dubious weapons--at a cost in soldiers' lives and the endless nature of 21st-century warfare. These and other enduringly vital themes are addressed in this definitive collection of the finest and most influential work of Ralph Peters over a generation of conflict. Lines of Fire is a career-capping work for understanding today's crises--and tomorrow's.

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