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The Western Defense and the Great Strategy of his Nations II.

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(CONTINUATION) This way, for us, to cut away in our National Defense is to damage, hurt or mutilate, according to the cases, the solidity, conviction, credibility and continuity of the internal and external projection of the Spain “seal». It is not a question of having up to an elite unit of «infantry on donkeys» (as […]

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Publicado en: Atomic Conflicts Evils of Bureaucracy Ideological Conflicts Military Theory Modern Warfare National Defense Social and National Decadence Strategy Western Defense

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The Western Defense and the Great Strategy of his Nations

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Since more than two decades, the USA has been systematically reducing his Defense budgets. Free of the threat of a global confrontation with the USSR and his allies of the Warsaw Pact, the USA has dedicated growing quantities of the contributors money to increase their squalid «social public expenditures». But, the USA is something more […]

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Publicado en: Atomic Conflicts Counterinsurgency Operations Crisis and Conflicts Evils of Bureaucracy Guerrilla Warfare Ideological Conflicts Military Theory Modern Warfare National Defense Social and National Decadence Social Philosophy Strategy Western Defense


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THE SOVIET OPERATIONAL STRATEGY III.

(continuation) THE TANKS ARMIES AS SUMMIT WEAPON OF THE ART SCIENCE OF THE SOVIET WARFARE. Its structure, its operational characteristics and its performance according to the Soviet military Theory and in the practice. The practical failures of the Soviet deployments. His tactical and operative employ in the marches and combats. Once inserted the tanks army […]

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Publicado en: Atomic Conflicts Crisis and Conflicts Maneuver Warfare Military History Military Theory Modern Warfare Second World War Strategy USSR WAR THEORY

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THE SOVIET OPERATIONAL STRATEGY FROM 1920 TO 1990.

(continuation) THE TANKS ARMIES AS SUMMIT WEAPON OF THE ART SCIENCE OF THE SOVIET WARFARE. Its structure, its operational characteristics and its performance according to the Soviet military Theory and in the practice. The practical failures of the Soviet deployments. The structure and combat capacities of the tanks armies. They were formidable war machines. Each […]

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Publicado en: Atomic Conflicts Military History Military Theory Modern Warfare Operational Strategy Second World War USSR WAR THEORY


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THE SOVIET OPERATIONAL STRATEGY.

THE TANKS ARMIES AS THE SUMMIT WEAPON OF THE ART SCIENCE OF THE SOVIET WARFARE. Its structure, its operational characteristics and its performance according to the Soviet military Theory and in the practice. The practical failures of the Soviet deployments. From 1943, after the breakthrough of the German semi continuous fronts by the shock or […]

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Publicado en: Atomic Conflicts Crisis and Conflicts Maneuver Warfare Military History Military Theory Modern Warfare Operational Strategy Russia War Theory Second World War USSR WAR THEORY

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A THEORY OF THE CONTEMPORARY WARS II.

(continuación) The Last Operational Projections opposite to the Most recent Threats. The balance of the nuclear weapons between both great atomic hegemonic powers («guides and leaders» of their partners), is defined by the new START Treaty. This has been ratified on December 22, 2010 by the American Senate. And is hoped that the Russian Duma […]

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Publicado en: Al-Qaida Atomic Conflicts Central Asia Counterinsurgency Operations Crisis and Conflicts Guerrilla Warfare Military History Military Theory Modern Warfare Operational Strategy Strategy The radical Islam


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A THEORY OF THE CONTEMPORARY WARS

The appearance of the atomic weapon at the end of the World War II supposed a milestone in the exposition, development and manifestation of the wars. The industrial modern powers, not necessarily advanced (neither China nor India were it), could develop, on having ended the World War and in a ripeness period of around 30 […]

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Publicado en: Al-Qaida Atomic Conflicts Central Asia Counterinsurgency Operations Crisis and Conflicts Guerrilla Warfare Military History Military Theory Modern Warfare Strategy



 

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Enrique Alonso nació en La Habana. Tras el establecimiento del régimen comunista se trasladó a España, licenciándose en Ciencias Químicas en la Universidad de Oviedo.

Es titulado por la Universidad Complutense en Química y Tecnología del Petroleo (dos cursos) y en Logística por la Cámara de Comercio de Madrid (un curso). Ha realizado su labor profesional durante más de 30 años en REPSOL y empresas anteriores, absorbidas posteriormente. Su trabajo se centró en la investigación de lubricantes (Centro de Investigación de la calle Embajadores), el área comercial y la logística de lubricantes (unas 100 mil Tm. al año de productos a granel y envasados, con un presupuesto total de unos 1000 millones de ptas).

Ha sido colaborador en la década de los 80, del diario Pueblo y, a través de la agencia EFE, de diversos diarios españoles e hispanoamericanos en temas de política internacional y militares.

Es autor de la novela “Operación Elefante”, publicada en 1982, que trata minuciosa y extensamente de las operaciones y tácticas de las guerrillas y contraguerrillas en la Angola socialista prosoviética de Agostinho Neto, apoyada desde 1975 por tropas cubanas. 

En 2005 publicó en inglés el ensayo “On the Nature of War”, que es una teoría de la guerra basada en el desarrollo y la aplicación práctica de 10 “sistemas operativos”.

Actualmente es colaborador permanente de la revista española War Heat International.

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