Strategic Misfortunes

Vietnam and After: Failure in the Vietnam War and the Enduring Defects in US Strategic Culture

C. Dale Walton

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About The Author

Dr. C. Dale Walton is an Associate Professor of International Relations at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri, USA. He is a former lecturer at the University of Reading (UK) from 2007-12, serving on the faculty of the Defense and Strategic Studies Department at Missouri State University from 2001-07, and working as a Senior Analyst with the National Institute for Public Policy. Dr. Walton is the author of three books: Grand Strategy and the Presidency: Foreign Policy, War, and the American Role in the World (Routledge, 2012); Geopolitics and the Great Powers in the Twenty-first Century: Multipolarity and Revolution in Strategic Perspective (Routledge, 2007); and The Myth of Inevitable U.S. Defeat in Vietnam (Frank Cass/Routledge, 2002); and is a co-author of Understanding Modern Warfare (Cambridge University Press, 2008).

To Cite This Article

Walton, C. Dale, “Vietnam and After: Failure in the Vietnam War and the Enduring Defects in US Strategic Culture”, Infinity Journal, IJ Special Edition, “Strategic Misfortunes”, October 2012, pages 25-28.