Revolution in the Third World

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Penguin Books, 1978 - Developing countries - 202 pages
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This book emphasizes the role of revolutionary changes in the Third World by considering armed struggles in the form of national, communist, or socialist revolutions.

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Contents

Armed Struggle in Latin America
39
Revolution in Africa
69
Liberation Struggles in Asia
89
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Gerard Chaliand is an independent scholar who has held visiting professorships at the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California, Los Angeles, and Harvard University. He is the author of more than thirty-five works including "The Art of War in History" and "Guerilla Strategies" (both UC Press). Arnaud Blin is senior fellow at the French Institute for Strategic Analysis. He is coauthor, with Gerard Chaliand, of the "Dictionnaire de strategie militaire" and "America is Bac: Les nouveaux cesars du pentagone", and, with Francoise Gere, of "Puissances et influences: annuaire geopolitic et geostategique.

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