Confronting the Costs of War: Military Power, State, and Society in Egypt and Israel
by Michael N Barnett (9780691000954)

Confronting the Costs of War: Military Power, State, and Society in Egypt and Israel
 
Michael N Barnett
Release Date: 15 July 1993
Format: Paperback / softback
Pages: 396
Categories: International Security
Military Science
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691000954
ISBN-10: 0691000956



What determines the strategies by which a state mobilizes resources for war? And does war preparation strengthen or weaken the state in relation to society? In addressing these questions, Michael Barnett develops a novel theoretical framework that traces the connection between war preparation and changes in state-society relations, and applies that framework to Egypt from 1952 to 1977 and Israel from 1948 through 1977. "Confronting the Costs of War" addresses major issues in international relations, comparative politics, and Middle Eastern studies.

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