Edward N. Luttwak

Edward N. Luttwak serves or has served as a contractor for the Office of Net Assessment of the U.S. Department of Defense and for the U.S. armed forces, and as a consultant to the U.S. National Security Council, the White House Chief of Staff, and several allied governments.

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Cover: Coup d'État: A Practical Handbook, Revised EditionCoup d'État: A Practical Handbook, Revised EditionLuttwak, Edward N.PAPERBACK04/11/2016$25.50
Cover: The Rise of China vs. the Logic of StrategyThe Rise of China vs. the Logic of StrategyLuttwak, Edward N.HARDCOVER11/15/2012$26.95
Cover: The Grand Strategy of the Byzantine EmpireThe Grand Strategy of the Byzantine EmpireLuttwak, Edward N.PAPERBACK11/30/2011$27.50
Cover: Strategy: The Logic of War and Peace, Revised and Enlarged EditionStrategy: The Logic of War and Peace, Revised and Enlarged EditionLuttwak, Edward N.PAPERBACK01/31/2002$34.00
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