By Leroy Thompson

Книга US Elite Forces - Vietnam US Elite Forces - Vietnam Книги Вооружение Автор: Leroy Thompson Год издания: 1985 Формат: pdf Издат.:SquadronSignal courses, inc. Страниц: fifty one Размер: eighty Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Книга описываетвнешний вид, униформу, образцы оружия, которым пользовались подразделения специального назначения США во Вьетнаме. формат сходен с агитационно-пропагандтстким, но впечатление таки производит.

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Dirty Wars also reveals the continuity of a mindset that “the world is a battlefield” from Republican to Democratic administrations. The story begins with a brief history of the US approach to terrorism and assassination prior to 9/11. From there, I weave in and out of several stories, spanning the course of Bush’s early days in office and going into Obama’s second term. We meet al Qaeda figures in Yemen, US-backed warlords in Somalia, CIA spies in Pakistan and Special Operations commandos tasked with hunting down those people deemed to be enemies of America.

Lobe added: “In the neo-conservatives’ view, the United States is a force for good in the world; it has a moral responsibility to exert that force; its military power should be dominant; it should be engaged globally but never be constrained by multilateral commitments from taking unilateral action in pursuit of its interests and values; and it should have a strategic alliance with Israel. ” The PNAC crowd had concluded that the “United States has for decades sought to play a more permanent role in Gulf regional security.

W. Bush maintained that language, no president’s executive orders actually defined what constituted an assassination. Reagan, Bush and Clinton all developed work-arounds to the ban. Reagan, for example, authorized a strike on the home of Libyan dictator Muammar el Qaddafi in 1986 in retaliation for his alleged role in a bombing of a night club in Berlin. The first President Bush authorized strikes on Saddam Hussein’s palaces during the 1991 Gulf War. Clinton did the same during Operation Desert Fox in 1998.

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