The challenge of measuring success and failure leo j blanken hy rothstein and jason j lepore editors foreword by gen george w casey jr usa ret todays protracted asymmetrical conflicts confuse efforts to measure progress often inviting politics and wishful thinking to replace objective evaluation. The framework can be used to assess a war that takes place exclusively in cyberspace or to assess the cyber component of a war that cuts across multiple domains for example land air and cyber it is written from the perspective of one country say the united states which is engaged in a cyber war with an adversary. Assessing war the challenge of measuring success and failure edited by leo j blanken hy roth stein and jason j lepore georgetown university press 2015 376 pp 6495 isbn 978 1626162457 reviewed by jonathan schroden d r philip meilinger of the air university once wrote that one of the most vital yet difficult tasks a wartime . A largely technical extended argument in favor of the extensive use of assessment in deciding to go to war conducting the war and its conclusion and aftermath the book offers a useful blend of theory and examples the most interesting of which to me were the case studies of wars americans fought from the french and indian war component of the seven years war to the current conflicts in iraq and afghanistan. Assessing war the challenge of measuring success and failure the book assessing war the challenge of measuring success and failure was published by georgetown university press in december for lepore the subject is critical ineffective assessment has resulted in costly decisions based on incorrect information he said
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