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Military Resistance to Humanitarian War in Kosovo and Beyond:
Maj Kenneth R. Rizer's Military Resistance to Humanitarian War in Kosovo and Beyond: An Ideological Explanation is a thought-provoking examination of the existence and implications of an institutional mindset within the US military. Major Rizer compares the "military mind" with liberal and conservative views and shows that officers tend to fall on the conservative side of the philosophical and political spectrums. The author demonstrates that an ideological gap exists between the US military and its civilian leadership. He notes that issues in civil-military relations arise as a result of the gap, as in the Pentagon's resistance to the Clinton administration's "humanitarian war" in Kosovo. Military Resistance to Humanitarian War in Kosovo and Beyond is based on research Major Rizer conducted while an Air Force Olmsted Scholar at Stockholm University, Sweden. Air University Press is pleased to present his essay as a Fairchild Paper. [via]