Intervention in Haiti: Lessons relearned
- Classified briefing is no game changer on Libya. Lillis, Mike; Bennett, John T.; Hooper, Molly K. // Hill;3/31/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 43, p1
The article reports on the criticism of the U.S. military operations in 2011 in Libya by a host of conservative Republicans and liberal Democrats.
- The case for global activism. Kagan, Robert // Commentary;Sep94, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p40
Comments on the increased role in armed intervention by the United States in the post-cold war world. Sending of troops on humanitarian missions to Africa; Struggles for power in former Soviet Union republics; Expansion of global interests; Preservation of a stable world order.
- Peacekeeping in West Africa. Leatherwood, David G. // JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Autumn2001, Issue 29, p76
Looks at United States support for Nigerian military intervention in West Africa, using events in Liberia and Sierra Leone as case studies. Factors contributing to the anarchy in the region; Events in Liberia that interest Nigerian officials; Liberians' perception on the Nigerian-dominated...
- Weinberger-Powell Doctrine Doesn't Cut It. Record, Jeffrey // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Oct2000, Vol. 126 Issue 10, p35
Analyzes the Weinberger-Powell Doctrine in the United States. Offering of false distinctions between value-based and interest-based military intervention; Intervention in wars wherein the country has vital interests; Selection of wars the country intends to win; Rejection of force as an...
- Adventures in Hispaniola. Fields, Damon; Pope, Bill; Sharon, Patrick // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Sep2002, Vol. 128 Issue 9, p60
Compares the naval operations involved in the U.S. interventions in the Dominican Republic in 1965 and Haiti in 1994. Joint Doctrine for Military Operations Other than War; Strategic importance of the Dominican republic to the U.S.; Call of the United Nations Security Council for the...
- THE QUAGMIRE PATTERN. RALL, TED // Boise Weekly;3/27/2013, Vol. 21 Issue 40, p6
The author comments on the quagmire pattern of U.S. military intervention in Syria.
- Military violence is ineffective route to peace. McCarthy, Colman // National Catholic Reporter;12/15/95, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p22
Criticizes the United States' military intervention in Bosnia. Need for religious groups, social workers and other peacemakers instead of more soldiers in Bosnia; Other affairs around the world where the US intervened militarily; Military violence as an effect of the US military's desire for...
- No more fresh meat. Brady, James // Advertising Age;10/11/93, Vol. 64 Issue 43, p22
The author calls on President George Bush to withdraw the U.S. troops from Somalia. He cites several reasons for the U.S. presence in Somalia, including feeding the hungry people and to stabilize the country. He points out that the U.S. cannot feed the people of Somalia because the country's...
- Commentary & Reply. Altfield, Michael F.; Howle Jr., Roy C.; Stewart Jr., Charles T.; Russell, Richard L.; Maggart, Lon E.; James, Jeanette S.; Simons, Anna; Bourgoine, Daniel; Haffa Jr., Robert P.; Patton Jr., James H. // Parameters: U.S. Army War College;Winter2001/2002, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p135
Presents several issues related to the U.S. military intervention. Possible response of the U.S. toward the political and economic expansion plans of China; Probability of a surprise attack of China against Taiwan; Questions on the restructuring of the Army After Next Wargames.