Kraemer is the father of the "provocative weakness theory," more popularly called by Neocons as "peace through strength." Kraemer believed that power came from military strength and that any sign of weakening military resolve invited trouble from our rivals. President Ronald Reagan first adopted Kraemer's theory in 1981, and it has been a force ever since.
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Packed with fascinating revelations, fresh insights, and a wealth of new material, THE FORTY YEARS WAR examines the trajectory of the American neoconservative movement from Vietnam to Iraq…and exposes the little-known military strategist who masterminded this ideological crusade.