Where Is the Peace Dividend Now?

Clemins, Admiral Archie
September 1999
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Sep99, Vol. 125 Issue 9, p42
Conference Proceeding
Examines the role of American military assistance in international security. Analysis of world political trends; Overview of political developments in various countries and their implications to world peace; Foreign policy changes demanded by global developments from the American government.


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