This article argues West Point responded to the changing strategic environment from the end of the Cold War through the post-9/11 period by innovating its curriculum. Over the past several decades, however, the academy’s educational model has remained remarkably stable, rooted in an enduring commitment to a rigorous liberal education as the best preparation for officers confronting the inherent uncertainties of future wars.
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Scott A. Silverstone, "Educating Strategic Lieutenants at West Point," Parameters 49, no. 4 (2019), doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3120.
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