Military-civilian cooperation and conflict in humanitarian assistance missions

Hooker Jr., Richard D.; Lange, John E.
September 1998
Parameters: U.S. Army War College;Autumn98, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p136
Academic Journal
Comments on John Lange's article `Civil-Military Cooperation and Humanitarian Assistance: Lessons From Rwanda,' published in the summer 1998 issue of `Parameters.' Article's focus on American military operations in Rwanda; Initial reluctance of the Department of Defense to embrace large-scale humanitarian assistance operations in the Rwandan crisis; Response from Lange.


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