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National Will to Fight: Why Some States Keep Fighting and Others Don’t
by McNerney, Fernandes, Seol, Paul, Parasiliti, Connable, Zimmerman, Lander, Posard, Castillo, Madden, Blum and Frank
RAND Corporation, 2018
Paper: 978-1-9774-0053-6 | eISBN: 978-1-9774-0056-7
Library of Congress Classification U21.5 +

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
In this report, RAND researchers explore the factors, contexts, and mechanisms that shape a national government’s decision to continue or end military and other operations during a conflict (i.e., national will to fight). To help U.S. leaders better understand and influence will to fight, the researchers propose an exploratory model of 15 variables that can be tailored and applied to a wide set of conflict scenarios.

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