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by Philip D. Zelikow

Author: Philip D. Zelikow
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company; First Edition first Printing edition (August 9, 2001)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Other
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Zelikow has co-written many books .

Zelikow has co-written many books. He wrote a book with Ernest May on The Kennedy Tapes, and another with Joseph Nye and David C. King on Why People Don’t Trust Government. Others include: Philip D. Zelikow with Condoleezza Rice, Germany Unified and Europe Transformed: A Study in Statecraft Harvard University Press, 1995, hardcover, 520 pages, ISBN 0-674-35324-2; trade paperback, 1997, 520 pages, ISBN 0-674-35325-0. Philip D. Zelikow, American Military Strategy: Memos to a President (Aspen Policy Series) . Norton & Company, 2001, 206 pages, ISBN 0-393-97711-0.

Philip D. Zelikow (born 1954) was the executive director of the 9/11 Commission. He also acted as the director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia until February 2005 when he was appointed Counselor of the United States Department of State. Currently, he is a senior advisor to BGR Holding.

American Military Strategy : Memos to a President. Each topic begins with a list of questions for discussion, is followed by a series of policy memos by guest experts, and concludes with a summary of the discussion on that topic. Format Paperback 224 pages.

This is the first of the Aspen Policy Books, a series of books devoted to topics of public policy prepared by the Aspen Strategy Group, the foreign and defense policy program of the Aspen Institute

This is the first of the Aspen Policy Books, a series of books devoted to topics of public policy prepared by the Aspen Strategy Group, the foreign and defense policy program of the Aspen Institute. Zelikow, associate professor of public policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, was formerly director of European security on the National Security Council. Robert B. Zoellick, the John M. Olin visiting professor at the . Naval Academy, previously served as Executive Secretary at the . Zelikow, Robert B. Zoellick. America and Russia is organized around four topics related to . Russian relations: "America and Russia's Domestic Political Future," "America and Russia's Economic Future," "International Strategic Issues," and America, Russia, and the New States.

American Military Strategy. Memos to a President (Aspen Policy Series). by Philip D. Zelikow. Published October 2001 by W. W. Norton & Company. Zelikow is a member of the Global Development Program Advisory Panel, Gates Foundation.

Zelikow has co-written many books Philip D. Zelikow with Condoleezza Rice, Germany Unified and Europe . Zelikow with Condoleezza Rice, Germany Unified and Europe Transformed: A Study in Statecraft Harvard University Press, 1995, hardcover, 520 pages, ISBN 0-674-35324-2 ; trade paperback, 1997, 520 pages, ISBN 0-674-35325-0.

American Military Strategy: Memos to a President. An Aspen Policy Book (New York: . Philip H. Gordon (Lanham, M. Rowman & Littlefeld, 1997), pp. 77-89 "Persuading a President: Jimmy Carter and American Troops in Korea," Case CR1-96-1319. 0, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (1996) (with Joe Wood). American Security Policy: Toward a New Entente with Russia," in Aspen Strategy Group, Securing Peace in the New Era: Politics in the Former Soviet Union and the Challenge to American Security (Queenstown, M. Aspen Institute, 1994), pp. 37-70.

Philip David Zelikow is an American attorney, diplomat, academic and author. American Military Strategy: Memos to a President. 77110/?tag prabook0b-20. He has been a contributor to books, including Securing Peace in the New Era: Politics in the Former Soviet Union and the Challenge to American Security, Nuclear Weapons in a Transformed World and The CIA and Estimates of the Soviet Union, 1950-1985. Moreover, he is known to be a contributor to periodicals, including International Security, Foreign Affairs, Journal of Strategic Studies, World and I, Political Science Quarterly, and Survival.

Aspen Policy Books is a series of brief books devoted to developing new thinking on U.S. national security, cooperative measures to reduce conflict, and international polices of the United States from national defense strategy to issues of international political economy. The books are collections of "memos to the president" on one of these selected global policy issues.

American Military Strategy is organized around four topics: "Security Strategy and Military Missions," "Alliances, Coalitions, and Polyglot Peacekeepers," "The Promise and Perils of the Revolution in Military Affairs," and "The WMD Problem: Offense and Defense." Each topic begins with a list of questions for discussion, is followed by a series of policy memos by guest experts, and concludes with a summary of the discussion on that topic.