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Security Requirements For Post-Transition Cuba By Strategic Studies Institute, G. Alexander Crowther
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The United States, particularly the Army, has a long history of involvement with Cuba. This history has included the Spanish-American War of 1898, military interventions in 1906 and 1912, the 1961... More > Bay of Pigs Invasion, the 1962 Missile Crisis, counterinsurgency, and low intensity warfare in Latin America and Africa against Cuban supported guerrilla movements. During the Cold War, Fidel Castro’s communist takeover on January 1, 1959, heightened U.S. concerns and highlighted the threat Cuba posed as a strategic ally of the Soviet Union. The collapse of the Soviet bloc in the 1990s raised hopes for an end to the communist regime in Cuba. However, after almost 5 decades of authoritarian rule, the Cuban dictator remains firmly in power. On July 31, 2006, his brother, Raul Castro, assumed provisional presidential power after an official announcement that Fidel was ill and would undergo surgery.< Less
Civil-Military Cooperation In Peace Operations: The Case Of Kosovo By Thomas R. Mockaitis, Strategic Studies Institute
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The U.S. missions to Bosnia and Kosovo and the current operation in Iraq make it clear that winning wars accomplishes little if we cannot also win the peace. The strategic goals for which the wars... More > are fought can only be achieved if the follow-on mission leaves an occupied territory more stable and democratic than before. Civilmilitary cooperation (CIMIC) is the key to achieving such stability. Although such cooperation has occurred in the past, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization developed its own CIMIC doctrine in response to the humanitarian interventions of the 1990s. Humanitarian intervention requires the intervening military force to provide security and lend its considerable assets to relief operations and rebuilding. CIMIC provides the mechanism for such cooperation and support. Like any concept employed in coalition warfare, CIMIC application varies widely. Examining diverse national approaches to CIMIC in the field reveals best practices and common mistakes.< Less
Right Of Passage By Gary Koniz
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This is a report about The Drug War as it was occurring then in the era of the 1980's in the Mid-Hudson Valley Region of New York State of Poughkeepsie, NY, and the Immigrant Stronghold Gerrymander... More > of The Italian Mafia. And concerning as it does, the Gulag Archipelago of the New York State's Mental Health Psychiatric Facility System that was set up in their Sinister MAFIA Design of Heroin and Pornography Subterfuge involving the use and the means of Drugs and Chemicals as Weapons of the ongoing Drug Warfare Interrelated Intrigues for public disposal by Psychiatric Intake, being hideous Murder By Surreptitious Methods, without The Rights of Due Process for the Psychiatrically Accused, being akin to Witch Trails, and to Forced Treatment with deadly Disabling Pharmacy Chemicals, to be The Active Arm of their particular brand of Corrupt and Vicious Political Nationalistic Espionage Aggression known as American Fascism, and an Occupying Tyranny of Oppression to The American People.< Less
Right Of Passage By Gary Koniz
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This is a report about The Drug War as it was occurring then in the era of the 1980's in the Mid-Hudson Valley Region of New York State of Poughkeepsie, NY, and the Immigrant Stronghold Gerrymander... More > of The Italian Mafia. And concerning as it does, the Gulag Archipelago of the New York State's Mental Health Psychiatric Facility System that was set up in their Sinister MAFIA Design of Heroin and Pornography Subterfuge involving the use and the means of Drugs and Chemicals as Weapons of the ongoing Drug Warfare Interrelated Intrigues for public disposal by Psychiatric Intake, being hideous Murder By Surreptitious Methods, without The Rights of Due Process for the Psychiatrically Accused, being akin to Witch Trails, and to Forced Treatment with deadly Disabling Pharmacy Chemicals, to be The Active Arm of their particular brand of Corrupt and Vicious Political Nationalistic Espionage Aggression known as American Fascism, and an Occupying Tyranny of Oppression to The American People.< Less
“My Clan Against the World” - US and Coalition Forces in Somalia 1992-1994 By Robert F. Baumann, Lawrence A. Yates, Versalle F. Washington
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As this overview seeks to remind the reader, the United States had a military presence in Somalia from December 1992 to the end of March 1994. A principal aim of the authors was to provide an... More > analytical narrative of each phase of the US military involvement in Somalia. The authors address planning for a multinational intervention; workable and unworkable command and control arrangements; the advantages and problems inherent in coalition operations; the need for cultural awareness in a clan-based society whose status as a nation-state is problematic; the continuous adjustments required by a dynamic, often unpredictable situation; the political dimension of military activities at the operational and tactical levels; and the ability to match military power and capabilities to the mission at hand. This case study also cautions against the misuse of “lessons learned."< Less
Operation EUFOR TCHAD/REA and the European Union’s Common Security and Defense Policy (Enlarged Edition) By Strategic Studies Institute, Bjoern H. Seibert, U.S. Army War College
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Addressing security challenges posed by weak and failed states will require increasingly demanding military interventions, often over a great distance and prolonged periods of time. As a result of... More > several engagements over the last decade, the U.S. military has gained valuable experience in undertaking stability operations. However, the United States should not be expected to fulfill such operations alone; we must look to our partners and allies to share some of the global responsibility. In this, Europe is unquestionably the most capable and natural U.S. ally. While most U.S. policymakers are familiar with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, developments in the field of security and defense within the European Union (EU) have thus far received little attention in the United States, despite the EU’s increasing importance. One such operation in Africa, Operation EUFOR TCHAD/RCA, provides a look inside the workings of an EU military operation, highlights successes and failures, and draws lessons learned.< Less