The contextual study method as a device for studying limited war strategies

by Terry E. Greene

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A discussion of the "contextual study" method for studying limited-war strategies in conjunction with war gaming. The method is designed to provide a means of accounting for the dynamic interaction of political variables with physical variables. A seminar approach is used relying primarily on the criteria of relevance and credibility (as defined by the author).

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