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  • U.N. Force
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    I. Introduction The bombing of Kosovo by NATO forces may finally come to an end. While the excuses for bombing the troubled region have been challenged, for the most part the world concurs that the atrocities gong on in that nation warranted international action. In any event, the bombing did start and it continues, despite the accidental hits on pedestrian villages and buildings which were not targets in the first place. They have been explained away as unavoidable during such a mission. Casual...
  • Somalia And U.N. Peacekeeping Forces
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    The desire for an organization that would help the international community avoid future conflicts and the recognized need for a global body that would promote international economic and social cooperation led the powerful states emerging from the rubble of WWII to develop the United Nations. The newly formed United Nations represented an expression of hope for the possibilities of a new global security arrangement and for fostering the social and economic conditions necessary for peace to prevai...
  • Yugoslav National Army And Other Serbian Forces
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    THE BREAK-UP OF YUGOSLAVIA The Part Played by Serbia From the moment it was promulgated the Yugoslav Constitution of 1974 forced fierce opposition from Serbian nationalists of various political complexions - mainly on account of its con federal element, especially the considerable degree of autonomy granted to Vojvodina and Kosovo. A programme for the revocation of the 1974 Constitution and for the formation of a unitarian state was drawn up in the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences (SAN). It ...
  • Mention General Schwarzkopf As The Commander
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    General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, was virtually unknown to the vast majority of the American public until the out break of the Gulf War. Norman Schwarzkopf, also known as "Storm in Norman" and "the Bear" was a career soldier. Having served two tours in Vietnam, which he volunteered for both, his combat experience and leadership skills proved essential not only to winning Operation Desert Storm, but maintaining the multinational coalition. The most noteworthy portion of his career was from 1988-1991...
  • Today's National Military Strategy
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    Strategic Mobility... the Key to Enhancing U.S. Security Our nation can never again isolate itself from global developments. Increasing global interdependence coupled with our worldwide security interests force us to keep our finger on the pulse of activities around the globe. Today, the United States faces no immediate threat to national survival, but military force remains an indispensable instrument of our national power. As they have in years past, our National Command Authorities will conti...
  • Original Idea The Changes Of Society
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    Are changes in society due to an evolution of thinking or as a result of the forces of nationalism The word revolution, when referring to government systems, means, great change, a violent overthrow of the present government. The French revolution did involve a great change and the effects of the new ideas spread across Europe, abolishing the feudal system and traditional thinking. To say that evolution in thinking was the cause of society's changes would be elementary at best. Mankind has been ...
  • Wisdom Of Long Past
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    Ode 2 Lucky is the man who never has been punished by the government's power! Where once the animosity of the white house has struck, that mansion is shaken. Eternally: Judgment comes up behind each American like a star shooting out of the dark galaxy. When the fast rushed star collides and burst drumming force upon the soiled earth. I have witnessed the building pain from wars long fought loom upon America's people: generation after generation takes the force of the enemy government. So lately ...
  • 1991 Security Agreement Between Lebanon And Syria
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    Nana Kwame Amponsah Contesting Forces within Lebanon Professor Schiff December 15th, 2002 The contesting forces of democratization and liberalization in Lebanon are attributed to a variety of factors within the Middle East. The factors that have the greatest adverse affect on Lebanon are its political relations with Syria and a weak Lebanese central government. These two attributes are the root causes of Lebanese political instability. Syrian presence in Lebanon has drastically altered the polit...
  • Military Force In The Persian Gulf
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    Throughout American history wars have played a huge part. From the start of the country to the present wars have played a large part in shaping America into the national power that it is today. Not only is America the most powerful nation in the world but it is also the policeman for the entire world, making and checking up on the world and all the interactions of foreign countries worldwide. Being born in born in the early eighties prohibited me from experiencing many of the Americas war firsth...

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