Civil Military Operations in the New World
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 269 pages
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... as the establishment — of democracy in both documents attempted to go beyond the mere fact of elections to a larger concept of participation designed to give the democratic Panamanian government a significant degree of legitimacy .
This source is found in the military civic action programs that played a significant part in what , during the conflict in Vietnam , was called " the other war . " After that war , the concept of civic action played a large part in U.S. ...
... objectives were unclear and often unstated , which left room for significant amounts of conflict , not only about ways and means 6 Civil Military Operations in the New World.
The failure to make it so almost certainly will condemn us to live with significantly less than optimal ways to address the challenges of conflict termination . Consequently , there is a requirement for national policy to produce a ...
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