Intervention for the Long Run

Odom, William E.
January 2001
Harvard International Review;Winter2001, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p48
Academic Journal
Provides information on the controversies surrounding the military interventions of the United States (U.S.). Details on the military policy of the U.S. regarding operations other than war (OOTW); Opinion on the casualties of OOTW; Impact of an acute shortage of effective government.


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