Special Values: Foreign Relations
Publisher: Congressional-Executive Commission on China
Description: The 2012 Annual Report by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China on human rights conditions and the development of the rule of law in China.
Year/Pages: 2011: 348 p.
Publisher: Defense Dept., Navy, Marine Corps, Marine Corps University Press
Description: Edited by Bruse E. Bechtol, Jr. Provides papers from a symposium that was held on September 1, 2010. South Korean military strategists in Panel 1 talked about challenges on the Korean peninsula including the effectiveness of the U.S.-South Korea alliance, and the relationship between North and South Korea. Panel 2 addressed the Obama administration's expansion of sanctions against North Korea and the freezing of assets of individuals and organizations linked to its nuclear program, focusing on contingency planning, military readiness, and the potential economic impact of the collapse of North Korea. Panel 3 focused on human rights issues in North Korea. Sponsors were the Marine Corps University, the Korea Economic Institute, and the Marine Corps University Foundation.
Year/Pages: 2012: 231 p.; ill.
Publisher: Defense Dept., Navy, Marine Corps University Press
Description: By Jerry Meyerle, et al. A joint publication of CNA and Marine Corps University Press. Provides a glimpse into what relatively small military units, teams, platoons, companies, and highly dispersed battalions have done to roll back the insurgency in some of the more remote areas of Afghanistan. The book examines counterinsurgency at the tactical and local levels. Includes 15 vignettes about different units from the U.S. Marines, U.S. Army, and U.S. Army Special Forces; the British Army and Marines; the Dutch Army and Marines; and the Canadian Army. Contains copyrighted material.
Year/Pages: 2012: 198 p.; ill.
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