Nils Marius Rekkedal [Lieutenant Colonel, Norwegian army; professor of military theory, Swedish National Defence College], "Exploring the Common Ground of the Debates on the Revolution in Military Affairs and Non-State Warfare." (Deleted from later version listed below.) 11. Marcel de Haas [Royal Netherlands Air Force; lecturer in International Relations and International Law, Royal Netherlands Military Academy], "The Second Chechen War: An Analysis of the Levels of Strategy." (Deleted from later version listed below.) 12. Available on Microfilm from University Microfilms International, UMI order#9215511 Bassford, Christopher. "The Primacy of Policy and the 'Trinity' in Clausewitz's Mature Thought." In Hew Strachan and Andreas Herberg-Rothe, eds. Hegel on 'On War.'” Master’s Thesis, US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS, 1988. ISBN 0199232024 Breede, Hans Christian [Captain, INF, MA, CD, Royal Canadian Regiment]. This approach allows us to show that the interstate system experienced a fundamental shift in the mechanisms underlying the production of war sizes: a shift that can be dated to the years 1770–1810, and that resulted in a systematic increase in war severity. "Tiptoe Through the Trinity, or, The Strange Persistence of Trinitarian Warfare." This working paper is derived from a presentation given at Oxford in 2005 but is much more comprehensive. Note: Two published articles (with different emphases) derive from this on-line working paper: Bassford, Christopher. "Clausewitz and the Blue Flower of Romanticism: Understanding . "A Deaf Ear to Clausewitz: Allied Operational Objectivesin WWII." Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1996/98 [evidently written in 1994], pp.44-57. [Proceedings of a March, 2005 conference at Oxford] (Oxford University Press, 2007). Camberley: The Strategic and Combat Studies Institute, 1995. Drawing on extreme value theory, we demonstrate that temporal discontinuities in the shapes of the tails of such distributions can be used to draw inferences about the nature of the mechanisms underlying the bloodiest events in world history. "The Reception of Clausewitzian Theory in Anglo-American Military Thought." West Lafayette, IN: Ph. The Strange Persistence of Clausewitz’s 'Trinitarian Warfare'," posted on-line in July 2011. "Carl von Clausewitz’s Obituary from 1831." Blog entry, "The Other Clausewitz," May 14, 2015. "Archives: What a Letter from Clausewitz Tells Us About the Prussian Master and His World." s, . Brown, Robin [Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds]. "Wellington on Clausewitz." Paper presented to the 23rd Meeting of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe, February 1992. "Jomini and Clausewitz: Their Interaction." Paper presented to the 24th Meeting of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe at Georgia State University, 26 February 1993. [The printed version of this is marked by an inexplicably high number of typographical errors, corrected in this on-line version.] Bassford, Christopher, and Edward J. [Proceedings of a March, 2005 conference at Oxford] (Oxford University Press, 2007), pp.74-90. "The Strange Persistence of Trinitarian Warfare." In Ralph Rotte and Christoph Schwarz, eds., . Yet another specialized re-slicing of this is the paper "The State is Dead: Long Live the State. “Clausewitz and German Idealism: The Influence of G. "Clausewitz and the Search for Limited Nuclear Options—1975-1980." , v.1, No.3 (Winter 1977). This is a business treatment that draws heavily on Clausewitz and Moltke, but Bungay has real credentials both as a business strategist and as a military historian. These same tools also allow us to rule out a number of alternative explanations for this shift —including changes in population sizes and changes in weapons technology), while providing evidence for a specific account of war severity rooted in the mobilizational capacities of states." Charteris, Captain R. "The Relative Advantages of Offensive and Defensive Strategy." Paper, Indian Staff College, 1907. Isabelle Duyvesteyn [lecturer, History of International Relations Department, Institute of History, Utrecht University], "The Nature of Modern War: Some Conclusions." Argersinger, Steven J.
"Notes on the Jena Campaign." Includes "Notes on Prussia in Her Grand Catastrophe of 1806" and "Prince August's Batallion in the Battle of Prenzlau." Ed./trans, Colonel Conrad H. Since the Second World War, commentators have described war as obsolete. Also read the reply from Christopher Bassford, National War College, "Corn, Cracked. [Proceedings of a March, 2005 conference at Oxford] (Oxford University Press, 2007), pp.182-195. "Clausewitz and Small Wars." Paper presented at the conference "Clauswitz in the 21st Century," Oxford University, 21-23 March 2005. "On Trial: An Application of Clausewitzian Military Strategic Thought to Litigation." The Reporter, Summer 2010, pp.11-18. de Haas, Marcel [Royal Netherlands Air Force; lecturer in International Relations and International Law, Royal Netherlands Military Academy]. We exemplify the utility, illustrate the underpinnings and appreciate the potential of this criterion. "Schmitt's Challenge (Clausewitz, Schmitt)," ," 108 Research Paper, a publication of the Faculty of Military Sciences, Netherlands Defence Academy, May 2016. "Clausewitz Revisited: A Study of His Writings and of the Debate Over Their Relevance to Deterrence Theory. He was a junior Prussian army officer with no family or political connections. (vi, 39pp.) The USMA Library assures us (17 June 2016) that this is in the public domain. "Introduction: Debating the Nature of Modem War." In Angstrom, Jan, and Duyvesteyn, Isabelle, eds., (Stockholm, Sweden: Department of War Studies, Swedish National Defence College [Krigsvetenskapliga Institutionen, Försvarshögsk], 2003. Smith [Lecturer, Department of War Studies, King"s College London], "War and Only War: Analysing the False Categories of Low Intensity Conflict." 3. But the bond between Marie and Carl was forged by love, a deep sense of trust, and a meeting of minds over common political and intellectual interests. Angstrom, Jan [researcher, Swedish National Defence College; research student at Department of War Studies, King"s College London]. Theory and Doctrine in the Discursive History of Low Intensity Conflict." In Angstrom, Jan, and Duyvesteyn, Isabelle, eds., Stockholm, Sweden: Department of War Studies, Swedish National Defence College (Krigsvetenskapliga Institutionen, Försvarshögsk), 2003. Isabelle Duyvesteyn [lecturer, History of International Relations Department, Institute of History, Utrecht University], "The Concept of Conventional War and Armed Conflict in Collapsed States." 4. We maintain these On War (Oxford University Press, 2015), ISBN: 0190225432. "Influences of the Thought of Clausewitz on Japan since the Meiji Restoration," in Ulrich de MaiziÃ¨re (Hrsg), . [Note that Clausewitz's correct name was Carl Philipp Gottfried von Clausewitz; his wife's name was Marie von Brühl, and that may be the original source of the confusion).] Bassford, Christopher. It argues that Clausewitz abandoned the idea of 'absolute war' (which appears almost exclusively in the first half of Book VIII); that 'ideal war' is a distinctly new departure in Book I (which is generally considered the "most finished" Book); and that Clausewitz did little if any further work to the manuscript of , March-April 1997. "Using and Abusing Clausewitz: The Debate about Carl von Clausewitz's Influence over Escalation of Violence." Master's thesis, Norwich University's on-line Masters of Art in Military History (MMH) program, 22 September 2011. "The Other Clausewitz: Findings from the Newly Discovered Correspondence between Marie and Carl von Clausewitz." 79 (April 2015): 345-367. With the research skills both of a journalist and of a serious scholar, Bellinger has done a spectacular job of tracking down sources where no one else had thought to look, in the process recovering some materials thought lost in World War II and others that were previously unknown. Without the efforts of Countess Marie von Clausewitz, Carl von Clausewitz's crucial work on military theory and strategy— But as historian and Clausewitz scholar Vanya Eftimova Bellinger establishes in this ground-breaking biography of the "other" Clausewitz, Marie was far more than merely a supportive wife who facilitated her husband's legacy. Newly discovered archival materials reveal the extent of Marie's influence on her husband, beginning with the very early days of the courtship and lasting until his premature death. Napoleon’s campaigns were the most complex military undertakings in history to that point. Concepts of chance, contingency, and probability became permanent fixtures in the West’s understanding of how the world works. Kindle edition US Barnes & Noble Nook version Kindle edition UK This book is built around a new and complete translation of Clausewitz's study of the Waterloo campaign (Berlin: 1835), which is a strategic analysis of the entire campaign (not just the Battle of Waterloo), and the Duke of Wellington's detailed 1842 response to it. (264pp, ISBN originally 9189683412 -- newer ISBN 0415354625.) Includes the following chapters: CONTENTS 1. Colin Mc Innes [Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth], "A Different Kind of War? The two came to a "collaborative opinion" on many topics, from the moral implications of war to the emotional constitution of true leadership. Empire of Chance examines anew the place of war in the history of Western thought, showing how the Napoleonic Wars inspired a new discourse on knowledge. ISBN-10: 1453701508 ISBN-13: 9781453701508 Paperback, 318pp. It contains Wellington's initial battle report; two of Clausewitz's post-battle letters to his wife Marie; correspondence within Wellington's circle concerning Clausewitz's work; Clausewitz's campaign study; Wellington's memorandum in response; and enlightening essays by the editors. "Antoine-Henri Jomini: a bibliographical survey." Series: United States Military Academy Library occasional papers no. Jan Angstrom [researcher, Swedish National Defence College; research student at Department of War Studies, King"s College London], "Introduction: Debating the Nature of Modem War." 2. September 11 and the United States" Afghan War." 5. "Theories of Globalization and Sub-State Conflict." 10. DOI:10.1080/02684529508432286 Fisher, Lieutenant T., R. Murray, 1843; reprinted, Stackpole Books, ISBN 1853671142; reprinted, Hattiesburg, Miss.: Academic International, 1970; reprinted, with an introduction by George Nafziger, London: Greenhill, 1992; reprinted with a Foreword by Gerard Chaliand,1997, ISBN 0962871583; reprinted, with an introduction by Sir Michael Howard, New York: Da Capo Press, 1995. Clausewitz does describe such wars, which certainly exist in reality, but they do not constitute the dialectic complement to "limited war" (also not a correct reflection of Clausewitz's terminology) and Clausewitz did not use the term "total war." Ferris, John, and Michael I. "Clausewitz, intelligence, uncertainty and the art of command in military operations." Intelligence and National Security , Volume 10, Issue 1, 1995, pp.1-58. After Napoleon the state of war no longer appeared exceptional but normative, a prism that revealed the underlying operative logic determining the way society is ordered and unfolds. The Oxford bibliography on Carl von Clausewitz, developed by Christopher Bassford, offers information under the following headings: • Introduction • Anthologies • Bibliographies • Biography and Background • Original Writings • English Translations • Influence and Impact • Antagonistic Treatments • General Studies • Military Doctrine • Nonmilitary Treatments ." Dissertation for an MA in War Studies King's College London 2003. Jan Willem Honig) (Another copy is here.) Abegglen, Christoph M. "How universally applicable is Clausewitz's conception of Trinitarian warfare? Bob de Graaff [senior lecturer, Department of History of International Relations, University of Utrecht], "The Wars in Former Yugoslavia in the 1990s: Bringing the State Back In." 7. " Paper written in connection with MA program in War Studies at Kings College London (early 2000s). John Mackinlay [former British Army; currently King"s College London, War Studies], "International Operations to Contain Violence in a Complex Emergency." 8. Rich [Centre of International Studies, University of Cambridge], "Theories of Globalisation and Sub-State Conflict." 9.