What Sam Tangredi offers here is not a standard attempt at predicting the near future of warfare but rather a synthesis of various competing predictions and analyses. The book is a follow-up to his earlier book All Possible Wars (2004), the ob- ject of which was to inform political de- cision making in the realm of defense planning. One hopes that this latest ef- fort does not follow the fate of its pre- decessor, which Tangredi freely admits remained largely ignored by its target audience.
"Futures of War: Toward a Consensus View ofthe Future Security Environment, 2010–2035,"
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