“Timing is everything,” so the saying goes. Timing was certainly a factor in de- veloping a fair and reasoned review for this book; it arrived in this reviewer’s mailbox on 12 September 2001. Since the major thesis of Donald Snow’s concise and cogent work is that peacekeeping will be the most likely type of early twenty-first century military operation for the United States, the book initially appeared quaint and somewhat nostalgic: how nice and simple it would be to deal with questions of how to bring and sus- tain peace to other lands.
Czarnecki, Jonathan E.
"When America Fights: The Uses of U.S. Military Force,"
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