Useful enemies : when waging wars is more important than winning them
Useful enemies : when waging wars is more important than winning them / David Keen.
When waging wars is more important than winning them
|Main author:||Keen, David, 1958-|
Table of Contents:
- Resource wars
- Aiding resource wars?
- Vietnam: useful enemies and useless allies
- The political functions of war
- Wars within wars
- The politics of permanent emergency
- Case study of a permanent emergency: the United States
- Shame and the psychological functions of violence