The military in the third world
The Book Has A Broad Sweep From Africa To Asia, Latin America To The Middle East, Israel And Even Turkey. Topics Range From The Normal Military Interventions And The Fragility Of Political Structures To Defence Budgets, The Economics Of War, Local Arms Races, And Arms Production And The Prospect Of Disarmament. Cover Slightly Wornout, Text Clean, Condition Good.
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Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Three Violence and Governments
Chapter Four The Role of the Military
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