Strategic Rationality is not Enough: Hitler and the Concept of Crazy States
ARMY WAR COLL STRATEGIC STUDIES INST CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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In this report the author explores the concept on rogue or crazy states in the international community, an important topic in the increasingly multipolar and dangerous world of the post-cold war era. In such an environment, the author concludes, after examining the progressive craziness of the Third Reich under Adolf Hitler, the rational basis for strategy breaks down. Strategic rationality is simply not sufficient to gauge the behavior of such states in the international arena--a particularly dangerous turn of events in an era of mass destruction weapons proliferation.
- Government and Political Science