Challenges in the CENTRAL REGION

April 2000
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring2000, Issue 24, p26
Interviews General Anthony Zinni, Commander in Chief of the United States Central Command. Theater strategy in the Middle East region; Serious threats to the region; Concerns over the environmental conditions in the region; Contribution of the Central Command to US diplomacy; Proposed changes to the unified command plan; Role of the Joint Chiefs in operational matters.


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