These papers are from the international conference held at the Inter-American Defense College in 1992, on the question of what military warriors should do in peacetime. The intent of the meeting was to provide insights to US policy-makers in a period of geopolitical transition, and covered a range of military affairs and security relations: the roles and mission of militaries; military profesionalism; civil-military relations in democracy; how to deal with terrorism and insurgency; the pros and cons of the drug war; Central America; human rights; and the response of Washington to the radically changed policy agenda.
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July 1st, 1994
Edited by Gabriel Marcella
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