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  • #Redirect [[Peace operations]]
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  • '''Peace operations''' cover a wide range of activities that are needed in the sort of lo | title = Joint Publication 3-07.3, Peace Operations
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  • ...all-out war, conducted by neutral parties, to ensure the continuance of a peace, or, in the face of resistance, to enforce it.
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  • {{r|Peace}} {{r|Peace building}}
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  • [[Peace operations#peace enforcement|peace operations]] authorized under Chapter VII of the [[United Nations Charter]], whi
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  • [[Peace operations#peace enforcement|peace operations]] authorized under Chapter VII of the [[United Nations Charter]], whi
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  • Research Analyst with the [[peace operations|Future of Peace Operations]] program [] at the [[Henry L. Stimson Cen
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  • {{r|Peace operations}} {{r|Kosovo|Peace operations in Kosovo}}
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  • ...g]], [[peace operations#peace enforcement|peace enforcement]], and [[peace operations#nation building|nation building]]. There are also [[military doctrin In the Pacific Theater of Operations of the same war, Japan had established a fairly defensible perimeter
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  • *Post-Conflict Borders and UN Peace Operations: Part II, A Phased Approach to Post-Conflict Border Security (Stimson *Twenty-First-Century Peace Operations ([[United States Institute of Peace]], 2006)
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  • ...rahimi|the Brahimi Report]]; consultant to the multinational Challenges of Peacekeeping project and directly for the United Nation; taught [[chool of Advan
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  • '''Peace operations''' cover a wide range of activities that are needed in the sort of lo | title = Joint Publication 3-07.3, Peace Operations
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  • ...y L. Stimson Center]], co-directing the [[peace operations|Future of Peace Operations]]; led the expert group on military options of the [[Genocide Prevent
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  • associated with [[peace operations]]; related term is [[civil-military operations]]
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  • |title = No-Fly Zones: Strategic, Operational, and Legal Considerations for Congress ...arfur]], and, in March 2011, one is being put into place over [[Libya]], [[Operation ODYSSEY DAWN]].
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  • #Redirect [[Peace operations]]
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  • ==Peace operations== ...oring Group (ECOMOG) is a non-standing [[peace operations]] force that has operated in civil war in [[Sierra Leone]] and is a model for future needs. <ref>
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  • | title = The Pentagon's New Map: The Pentagon's New Map: War and Peace in the Twenty-first Century ...n as he openly blames the defense establishment for botching post-invasion operations in [[Iraq]].<ref name=BarnettTws>{{cite news
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  • {{r|Peace operations}} {{r|Operation Provide Relief}}
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  • ...ost-Conflict Peace and Stability Operations, [[United States Institute for Peace]]; expert panel, [[Iraq Study Group]]
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  • ...ost-conflict Peace and Stability Operations, [[United States Institute for Peace]]
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  • ...ost-conflict Peace and Stability Operations, [[United States Institute for Peace]]; Expert panel, [[Iraq Study Group]]
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  • ...first involving humanitarian relief but eventually increasing to political operations culminating in the [[Battle of Mogadishu]]
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  • ...ignments for the United Nations, both in overall functions such as [[peace operations]], as well as specific assignments in [[Afghanistan]] and [[Iraq]]. ...Israeli policy is brutal, repressive, and that they are not interested in peace no matter what you seem to believe in America." <ref name=Slate>{{citation
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  • ...oring Group (ECOMOG) is a non-standing [[peace operations]] force that has operated in civil war in [[Sierra Leone]] and is a model for future needs. <ref> | title = The Evolution and Conduct of ECOMOG Operations in West Africa
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  • ...oken down or never existed. They often can be of major support to [[peace operations]]. ...e propaganda"]] acknowledged as official), and, within the broader [[peace operations]] context, building effective local government.
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  • ...he country has been riven with ethnic violence, although it is at relative peace. It held its first local elections in 1999 and its first post-genocide pre ...gement]] to let them use force (i.e., [[peace operations#peace enforcement|peace enforcement]]). He had, early in the conflict, been refused authority to c
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  • ...mpellence|compel]] Serbia, under President [[Slobodan Milosevic]], to stop operations against the Kosovars.<ref name=GS-OAF>{{citation | title = Operation ALLIED FORCE/Operation NOBLE ANVIL
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  • ...[Somalia]], [[Angola]], and [[Haiti]]; [[democracy promotion]] and [[peace operations]] in [[Paraguay]], [[El Salvador]] and [[Guatemala]]
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  • ranging from peacetime through crisis and regional contingencies up to global war, with the ...-of-operations construct was out of date, that we are already in two major operations. What if we should have a homeland disaster? What if we have anothe
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  • | url = | publisher = [[Fund for Peace]] and [[Foreign Policy (magazine)]]}}</ref>
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  • ...p of nations. Only the Security Council has the authority to order [[peace operations]], economic sanctions, or other enforcement activities.
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  • ...tee, [[Fund for Peace]]; UN Mission to Sudan; field consultant in [[peace operations]]; World Bank (2003-2005) overseeing demobilization and reintegration
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  • ...h concept of [[prerogative power]], which gives the President the right to operate in a supra-legal manner. Most, but not all, U.S. examples are related to ...nly in ways they believe is constitutional. Some critics argue that the proper presidential action is either to veto the legislation (Constitution, Articl
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  • Highest land combat headquarters for Coalition tactical units in the peace operations phase of the [[Iraq War]]
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  • In the context of military [[special operations]], '''direct action''' (DA) consists of: a special operation in hostile, denied, or politically sensitive environments and which
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  • ...the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] for establishing the [[United Nations]] [[peace operations]] division and established the Canadian healthcare system. [[Pierre T
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  • *the Peace Corps ...and use of United States Armed Forces; [[peace operations|peacekeeping and peace enforcement]], and enforcement of [[United Nations]] or other internationa
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  • ...lic stand on past issues, but senior mentors must remain focused solely on operational art...To do otherwise has the potential to distract from the intende ...blic Radio. V Corps was not staffed to manage [[civil affairs]] or [[peace operations]], and there was no common chain command with the U.S. civilian admin
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  •, is that making policy? Can a rigid separation between analysis and operations keep up with the speed needed in complex dissemination? "The proper relationship between intelligence gathering and policymaking sharply separa
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  • {{r|Peace operations||**}}
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...[QUANGO]]) created by the United States, to serve as a resource in [[peace operations]] and [[conflict resolution]]
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  • ...e, and set of condition. While the technology of current units can put the operational role at a considerably lower level, the challenge remains. Contempor ...rect support of staff functions, especially intelligence and [[information operations]].
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  • ...Protection Source Operations| Counterintelligence Force Protection Source Operations]]<ref name=Gleghorn>{{citation | title = Hidden Terrors: The Truth About U.S. Police Operations in Latin America
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  • ...ons of the [[First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution]] with [[information operations]] with Islamic countries
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  • Destruction of French and U.S. barracks containing [[peace operations|peacekeepers]], on October 23, 1983, by suicide bombers, by unknown actors often
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  • {{r|Operation LINEBACKER II}} {{r|Operation LINEBACKER I}}
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • {{seealso|Iraq War, theater operational planning}} ...d a war. The U.S. refers to it as [[Operation IRAQI FREEDOM]]. Continuing operations are under the command of [[Multi-National Force-Iraq]].
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  • ...onaligned, it is intensely involved in multinational diplomacy and [[peace operations]]
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...ld War II]]. Code names were rarely if ever known to the public before the operation took place, but, especially by the Western allies, disclosed after the <blockquote>Operations in which large numbers of men may lose their lives ought not to be de
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  • ..., and [[Operation DESERT STORM]]. He was also a [[United Nations]] [[peace operations|observer]] in [[Lebanon]], and im the Sinai Desert between [[Israel]]
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  • ...ow; Expertise Peace and stability operations, counterterrorism and special operations, Asia Pacific foreign and defense policy, nonproliferation, foreign m ...llow Expertise U.S. Military Transformation, Defense Planning and Military Operations
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  • weapons of mass destruction, conventional weapons proliferation, peace operations and security alliances.
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  • {{r|Operation Barbarossa}} {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • * [[Peace operations]] ...; [[Voice of America]]; [[Broadcasting Board of Governors]], psychological operations staff, National Clandestine Service, [[Central Intelligence Agency]]
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  • ...United States for full [[democracy promotion|democratization]] and [[peace operations#nation-building|rebuilding]] of [[Bosnia and Herzegovina]]; co-chairs
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...orces also, however, participate in a number of [[United Nations]] [[peace operations]]. ...ntric terms, are looking at strengthening the Pakistani security forces to operate in a more effective way. This hardly represents a consensus within the P
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  • ...l to retaliate. This pattern escalated until, in 1968, an Israeli commando operation against the Beirut international airport destroyed thirteen planes bel Lebanon now settled into a rather uneasy peace. In 1977, the major Christian militias united into an umbrella group, the
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  • {{r|Operation EAGLE PULL}} {{r|Operation FREQUENT WIND}}
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  • {{r|Operational art)}} {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...ection on both national and regional issues, including multinational peace operations as well as [[covert action]] and the intelligence components of [[in
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  • ...resources. Our local groups work at the local level on local issues, and cooperate nationally to bring their power to bear on the important national issues #Private property and free enterprise are the foundations of our economy.
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  • ...volvement with terrorist groups reaching outside Somalia. The 14 September operation targeted [[al-Shabab]]. A two-year peace process, led by the Government of Kenya under the auspices of the [[Interg
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • {{r|Operation LINEBACKER I}} {{r|Operation Lam Son 719}}
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  • ...ection on both national and regional issues, including multinational peace operations in the Balkans, [[NATO]], and the [[European Union]], as well as [[co
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...enforcement]], [[covert action]], [[information operations]], and [[peace operations]]. Before the means can be selected, however, the goals must be defin perspective of the operational environment."<ref name=JP3-0>{{citation
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...bility as a justification for selective [[democracy promotion]] or [[peace operations#nation-building|nation-building]]. He comments that neither neoconser ...ified view view says the IPS "is more hierarchical than anarchic, and that peace and prosperity are preserved, not by a balance of power (i.e., [[Henry Kis
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  • ...aff in the [[George H.W. Bush]] and [[Bill Clinton]] Administration; chief operating officer of [[Ted Turner]]'s $1 billion [[United Nations Foundation]];
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  • ...ce, although it operates under the authority of UN resolutions for [[peace operations]] under [[United Nations Charter Chapter VII]]. It is not purely a [[ ...fghan Interim Authority as well as the personnel of the United Nations can operate in a secure environment.” The original scope was limited to Kabul, the
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  • | Operational on [[U-2]] aircraft ...t is a function of several conditions including its temperature, surface properties or material, and how fast it is moving. .<ref name=FM2-0Ch9>{{citation
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...were difficult moral and political aspects involving such things as U.S. cooperation with international military and police organizations, especially in [[ ...e protection source operations|counterintelligence force protection source operations]] (now in classified documents, but an earlier version is available <
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  • {{r|Peace operations||**}}
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  • ...rtered to help, through training, advice, and direct engagement in [[peace operations]], in: | publisher = United States Institute of Peace
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • {{seealso|United States Special Operations Command}} ...nity of West African States]] (ECOWAS), and is active in [[African Union]] operations in [[Darfur]].
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  • ...onic surveillance version in service with the French Air Force, which also operates four Astarte strategic communications relay versions. [[Thales]] develo | title = Lessons From Bosnia: The IFOR Experience, IV. Intelligence Operations
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  • ...ates]]. [[Arms control]] is another area, such nuclear-free zones. [[Peace operations]] may draw from forces within the region rather than the world, such regional development such as information and communications networks, cooperation in natural resource exploitation, etc. Public health is another are f
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  • ...United States for full [[democracy promotion|democratization]] and [[peace operations#nation-building|rebuilding]] of [[Bosnia and Herzegovina]].
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  • ...truction]], [[conventional arms|conventional arms proliferation]], [[peace operations]] and security alliances.
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  • *"US Training, African Peacekeeping: The Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI)" (Issue Brief) by Alix J. Boucher and [[Victoria Ho
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  • ...n the assassination of Ngo by a [[Central Intelligence Agency|CIA-backed]] operation authorized by President Kennedy. As Vietnamization went into effect, and the [[Paris Peace Talks]] completed in 1972, the U.S. role changed again [[South Vietnam's g
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  • {{r|Peace operations}} {{r|Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe}}
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  • {{r|Operation LINEBACKER I}} {{r|Paris Peace Talks}}
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  • ...ense strategy, the purpose of which is to secure the lives, liberty, and property of the American people. stake, America should neither underwrite regimes nor engage in [[peace operations|nation building]]
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  • Director of the Peace Corps] *Director, [[Institute for Scientific and Technological Cooperation]]
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  • {{r|Peace operations}} {{r|Chester Crocker}} Board member, [[United States Institute of Peace]]
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  • {{r|Peace operations}} {{r|Shanghai Cooperation Organization}}
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  • ==Military planning and interoperability== KFOR is the [[peace operations]] force in Kosovo, under the authority of [[United Nations Security C
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  • ...uded [[John Nagl]] and [[Sarah Sewall]]. Sewall is a specialist in [[peace operations]] and brought a contrarian view. It has become as dominant as was [[Field Manual 3-0: Operations]], which codified the "maneuvrist", network-centric doctrines for con
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  • ...s are routinely called for extended service in the [[Iraq War]], and other operations such as [[Kosovo]]. There has been considerable political concern ove ...d well in current deployments, but in lower-intensity occupation and peace operations duty.
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  • .../ULQ-30 systems are meant to meet an urgent and current requirement, is in operational testing, and should be ready for a production decision in the third .../}}</ref> In operation, the unit would travel with the Ground Combat Element of a [[Marine Ai
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  • ...ating US law on separation of church and state, while carrying out [[peace operations]] and [[counterterrorism]] in Islamic countries. <ref name=WaPo2009-9 ...on for Economic Cooperation and Development]] on the role of development cooperation in discovering the root causes of terrorism.
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  • {{r|Paris Peace Talks}} {{r|Single Integrated Operational Plan}}
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • Bilateral cooperation between the United States and Argentina, expressed in an op-ed for the ..., [[peace operations]], [[human rights]], and educational and scientific cooperation. He promoted U.S. interests for the over 500 U.S. firms based in Arg
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  • {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...ggernaut" high-technology military force to put down resistance to [[peace operations|nation-building]] multinational forces called "system administrator".
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  • ..., as well as less ambitious international [[democracy promotion]], [[peace operations]] and [[poverty elimination]]. [[Woodrow Wilson]] arguably is one of | title = The Pentagon's New Map: The Pentagon's New Map: War and Peace in the Twenty-first Century
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  • {{rpl|International Show of Peace Concert}} {{r|Peace operations}}
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  • ...s study on how to assess the progress in [[counterinsurgency]] and [[peace operations]]. <blockquote>One is that the current Afghanistan strategy of the [[ *[[Peace Corps]] Volunteer, Congo
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  • ...dentity support, [[counterintelligence#Types of Offensive Counterespionage Operations|counterespionage]], and secret communications. The arguments against ...closely with the British [[Secret Intelligence Service]] (SIS), [[Special Operations Executive]] (SOE), and [[Political Warfare Executive]] (PWE). The lat
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  • ...f-defence and security needs, and in order to participate in peace support operations"; it explicitly does not restrict ownership or production inside stat ...on the Arms Trade Treaty at the United Nations. As long as that Conference operates under the rule of consensus decision-making needed to ensure that all c
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  • *coordinate and intensify cooperation for development *promote international cooperation within the framework of the [[United Nations]].
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  • ...munity of West African States (ECOWAS), and is active in [[African Union]] operations in [[Darfur]].
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  • ...the [[World Trade Organization]] and in the [[Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development]], as well as within the EU to advance the shared goal ==Security cooperation==
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  • ...ewly independent of the [[Soviet Union]]. Armitage asked him to consider a peace mission to Indonesia, and, in 2001, to the Middle east. His role was to as ...Iraqi Kurdish refugees, which fell into the broader discipline of [[peace operations]].
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  • ...Arabic means "Party of God," is best known as a [[terrorist organization]] operating in [[Lebanon]], although Hezbollah itself and many Muslims would dispu ...ary Justice Organization. It was formed in 1982, after the [[1982 Israeli operations in Lebanon]]. The name is also spelled (or transliterated) ''Hezballa
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  • ...operated with the Allies but did not formally join them, and it negotiated peace separately. The Central Powers collapsed in November, 1918; Germany accept ...cantation "it's ours because we were here first" cast a spell on otherwise peaceful peoples and guaranteed perpetual hostility.
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  • ...ational Airport. They were occupied by members of a United Nations [[peace operations|Multinational Force]], with participation from U.S. military forces w <blockquote>The USMNF was operating in an urban environment surrounded by hostile forces without any way o
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  • ...ivisions of the parliament in matters such as education, rescue and police operations, traffic, social services, and health care. [[Åland]], a demilitari ...trality, and since [[World War II]] has participated in many peace-keeping operations. Although membership in the military organization [[NATO]] has been c
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  • ...amphibious forces commander and landing force commander during large-scale operations. During the next few years, she operated off the [[Atlantic]] coast from [[Newfoundland]] to [[Trinidad]]. Early
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  • ...[[air mobility]] for the French, with the most significant successful air operation being the [[Battle of Vinh Yen]] in 1951<ref name=Fall>{{citation ...sources. Prior to these attacks, there were increasingly extensive support operations in the South.
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  • ...Command (ARSOF)''' is the land forces component of [[United States Special Operations Command]] (USSOC); it is commanded by a [[lieutenant general]], curre ...and career management for Special Forces, Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations.<ref>{{citation
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  • ...nternational organizations on a national sovereignty basis, and to [[peace operations]] as outside the necessities of their concept of defense.
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  • {{main|Paris Peace Talks}} ...ility of [[Hanoi]] to import supplies and put them onto the Trail as did [[Operation LINEBACKER II]].
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  • {{r|Air operations in the Vietnam War}} {{r|Paris Peace Talks}}
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  • ...París, 2007, ISBN 978-2-07034598-4 </ref>. Then South Africa ask for the peace and accept several conditions never accepted before<ref name="sudafrica">R ...rter of [[farming]] products. There are almost a thousand [[agricultural cooperative]]s and [[agribusiness]]es throughout the country, and agricultural exp
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  • ...y multinational problem that [[foreign internal defense]] (FID) or [[peace operations#nation-building|nation-building]] considers, starting at the national | url =
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  • ==Operations== ...North--Pennsylvania this time.<ref> See James M. McPherson, "To Conquer a Peace? Lee's Goals in the Gettysburg Campaign." ''Civil War Times'' (2007) 46(2)
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  • ...gional war involving extensive power projection, low- and medium-intensity operations, and continuing national policy development. Roughly from the late 1980s on, there was cooperation between the US and the PRC in collecting SIGINT of mutual interest, pr
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  •, USSOCOM has operational control, but Special Forces (and other special operations forces) are usually attached to geographically [[Unified Combatant Co | [[Peace operations|Peacekeeping]]
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  • ...role of [[naval infantry]], are specialists in [[amphibious warfare]], and operate as [[Marine Air-Ground Task Force]]s. The Marine Corps was originally es ...
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  • ...d point Bremer to a recent study that, among other things, suggested large peacekeeping forces were better than small ones. <ref name=RANDMR1753>{{citation | author = Donald P. Wright, Timothy R. Reese with the Contemporary Operations Study Team
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  • ...bers of the Commonwealth of Nations, freely co-operating in the pursuit of peace, liberty and progress. ...heir peoples and in the promotion of international understanding and world peace.
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  • {{r|Nobel Peace Prize}} {{r|Operation EAGLE PULL}}
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  • ...n. Murder, rape, illegal taxation and the wanton confiscation of private property became generalized practices... the Archduke of Austria, under whose auth **Final Act of the International Peace Conference; July 29, 1899
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  • ...ns#nation building|nation building]] has become part of that mission, in cooperation with the [[NATO]] [[International Security Assistance Force]], with th | author = [[Foreign Policy (magazine)]] and [[Fund for Peace]]
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  • | title = Al-Qaradhawi Speaks In Favor of Suicide Operations at an Islamic Conference in Sweden ...nd America wish to dictate. This peace is an illusion. I support martyrdom operations."<ref name=ADL2009-08-04 />
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  • ...tleship]] command including on the [[Doolittle Raid]], and [[psychological operations]] to encourage a Japanese surrender. He received a courtesy promotion ...ttack, when he made broadcasts to Japan in 1945, attempting to contact the peace faction.
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  • ...on. Vietnamization meant heavily arming the ARVN and turning all military operations over to it; all American troops would go home. ...dged, but also initially secret, negotiations generally called the [[Paris Peace Talks]]. On January 25, 1972, President [[Richard Nixon|Richard M. Nixon]]
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  • ...uring the creation of the [[Nguyen Dynasty]] in (1789-1802) and cautious cooperation with French missionaries, resistance to the French colonization (begin ...he colony the following year. French Indochina was not a major theater of operations during the Second World War and was returned to French control follow
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  • ...trengthened Quesada’s conviction that cooperation between air and ground operations was key to military success. The young officer refined his ideas in a ...fighter plane to show Ike how radios and radar could affect air-to-ground operations. On D-Day plus one, Quesada established an headquarters on the Norman
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  • ...entail. In the long run, the logic went, a prosperous Europe would be more peaceful, and would make its main trading partner, the US, more prosperous. ...ency]], was created in 1947 out of remnants of the [[OSS]], a World War II operation. Americans, still mesmerized by the intelligence failure at Pearl Harb
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  • There shall be a firm inviolable and universal Peace, and a true and sincere Friendship between His Britannick Majesty, His Hei ...nment thereof, but they shall be at full liberty so to do, if they think proper, and they shall make and declare their Election within one year after the E
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  • ...n hands" into the trade. But that failed because the new machines could be operated by semi-skilled workers and produce more shoes than hand sewing. ...]] they championed a variety of causes, sometimes through political or [[cooperative]] ventures. Powderly hoped to achieve their ends through politics and
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  • ...Marines, into Southern Afghanistan, along with a parallel U.K. operation, Operation Panchai Palang (Panther Claw). <ref>{{citation | title = Marines launch Operation Khanjar in southern Afghanistan
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  • ...and intended to force the North back to the bargaining table at the Paris Peace Talks. Ordered by [[Richard Nixon]], it lasted for 11 days, and had the de ...n both very different levels of force and the means of applying it, than [[Operation ROLLING THUNDER]] under the [[Lyndon B. Johnson|Johnson Administration
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  • ...area of concern, and have contributed to the embassy's decision to resume operations." <ref name=Reuters2010-01-05>{{citation There is concern both over Yemen being a base for [[al-Qaeda]] operations in and beyond its borders, as well as attacks on U.S. targets in Yeme
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  • ...nd demanded federal nationalization of the industry. Lewis, committed to cooperation among labor, management and government, took tight control of the unio operators, ending nine months of regional strikes and opening an era of peaceful negotiations that brought wage increases and new medical benefits, incl
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  • ...mental stategy as [[containment policy|containment of Communism]], but a cooperative world order in which Nixon and his chief adviser [[Henry Kissinger]] w ...lot fly in support, but helicopter operations were too much part of ground operations to involve U.S. personnel. As observed by LTG Dave Palmer, to qualify
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  • ...It had antecedents in the Hague Tribunal associated with the [[Versailles Peace Conference]], and the Permanent Court of International Justice of the [[Le
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  • ...onor, and wore copper liberty-head coins as badges. They were also called "Peace Democrats" and "Butternuts". The most famous Copperhead was Ohio's [[Cleme The Copperheads or Peace Democrats (or conservatives, as they called themselves) opposed the war an
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  • ...elopment]] conflict assessment team for Yemen. In 2001 and 2002 he was a [[Peace Corps]] volunteer in Jordan. He is concerned about negative effects from U.S. military operations in Yemen. "You can't just kill a few individuals and the al-Qaeda pro
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  • ...ional elections on 7 March. The Ambassador was aware of the program and cooperated with it; it was considered a success and was terminated on 30 June. ...shment of a propaganda workshop, and directed CIA to carry out “spoiling operations” to prevent an Allende victory."<ref name=CIA-Chile />
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  • ...ector, National Committee for an Effective Congress; Trustee, The Fund for Peace Inc.; Chair, Fund for Constitutional Government) ...}} treasurer (Member of the Board of Directors, United States Institute of Peace; Author of Killing Détente; former Director, Committee on National Securi
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  • ...economic development|economic]] and [[community development|community developers]] and assorted other [[applied social science|applied social scientists]] ...l capital defined as a set of mental dispositions and attitudes favoring cooperative behaviors within society. World Bank researchers draw a distinction b
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  • ...ime. He won the 1973 [[Nobel Peace Prize]] for the [[Paris Accords]], the peace that ended the [[Vietnam War]]. In close collaboration with [[Richard Nix ...ems of Peace 1812-22," a study of how fellow "realists" built a stable and peaceful international system after the Napoleonic wars. The dissertation was la
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  • ...nder, short, highly ambitious young man to be pushy, bumptious and not a proper gentleman.<ref> In 1902 the intellectual Beatrice Webb found him "egotistic ...Peoples,'' written mostly in the 1930s, but lamented they had failed to cooperate stop the rise of Hitler. He made the theme of the first volume of his Wo
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  • ...r the Gulf of Tonkin incident; and third, the escalating air campaign of [[Operation ROLLING THUNDER]]." ...a compellence model to force the North Vietnamese to return to the [[Paris Peace Talks]] in 1972.
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  • ...abilisers]] had the effect of driving the [[public debt]] to unprecedented peace-time levels, prompting the introduction of [[austerity (fiscal)|austerity ''Spain Property Prices 1995 - 2007'', Ministerio de Vivienda, 2008]</ref>, and in Ireland
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  • ...= Chapter VII: Action with Respect to Threat to the Peace, Breaches of the Peace, and Acts of Aggression, Article 51 }}</ref> While prevention is usually assumed to start from a condition of relevant peace, the term has been used to describe attacks against major capabilities of
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  • ...en with the invasion of France and the Low countries. Planning began for [[Operation Sealion]], the invasion of the British Isles, which would be called of ==Operations in continental Western Europe==
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  • ...ed an idea called external association, which would have involved close co-operation with the British Empire but still would have allowed Ireland to be an ==Development of the Peace talks and the Ulster question==
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  • ...And Emily Greene Balch: Two Women Of The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom." ''Journal Of Women's History'' 1995 7(2): 6-26. Issn: 1042-7 .... ISSN 1537-7814 Fulltext: at [ History Cooperative]
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  • ...behind enemy lines. AFSOC is the Air Component of [[United States Special Operations Command]] (USSOCOM). Perhaps the oldest AFSOC mission is delivering and supporting special operators behind enemy lines, a function that began in the [[Second World War]].
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  • ...cluding Executive Director of the Security Studies Program and Center for Peace and Security Studies
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  • A peace accord signed in July 2008, is tenuous. <ref name=WB-YEU-2009Spring>{{cita ...Arabian Peninsula]] (AQAP) has attacked targets in the country as well as operating transnationally; a suicide bombing against Korean tourists in March 20
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  • Europe had few cattle drives but the Swiss in the 16th century operated one over the St. Gotthard pass to the markets in Bellinzona and Lugano ...y-four hours a day. Violence and ebullient spirits called forth a kind of "peace officer" that cow towns made famous--the town marshal. Wild Bill Hickok an
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  • ..., he rose to prominence in 2004, attacking the Pakistani army and making a peace agreement for $500,000. He used the truce and money to organize a militia ==Operations==
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  • ...can Senators collapsed in August 1974, he resigned to avoid near-certain impeachment. The last 20 years were a largely successful effort to rebuild his re ...of terror, with each side having thousands of nuclear missiles, guaranteed peace, and that a successful defense against missiles would dangerously destabil
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  • ...olitical satire became obsolete when Henry Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize," is a quotation frequently credited to the American satirist [[Tom ...ommissioner to Tonkin, who, nearly fifty years before, had tried to find a peaceful way to avoid the [[Indochinese revolution]]. In July, Sainteny had for
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  • ...could be disarmed; the two countries cooperated in clearing them after the peace agreement was signed. Two such zones are operational, with at least 13 additional industrial parks planned.
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  • ...d ground. These forces could be part-time and melt into the population, or operate from geographic sanctuaries | title = War, Peace and the Viet Cong
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  • Zeppelins were used for passenger transport as well as for military purposes, operated by the [[Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-AG]] (DELAG). DELAG, the first commer ...LZ 127 ''Graf Zeppelin'']] and [[LZ 129 Hindenburg|LZ 129 ''Hindenburg'']] operated regular [[transatlantic]] flights between Germany and both North and So
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  • Intelligence]]. While the exact geographic organization of intelligence operations agencies is classified, this senior function, as well as the geograph The Asian part of the [[Arab world]] (including [[Arabia]] proper) is called the '''[[Mashreq]]''' in Arabic, and the '''Levant''' in English
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  • ...[[Tirana]], and on the [[Policy Planning Staff]] and in the Department's Operations Center. ...r the Six-Party Talks (2009). He received the Robert S. Frasure Award for Peace Negotiations for his work on the Kosovo crisis (1999).
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  • ...ritish Empire; he promoted libraries, higher education, science, and world peace. Rejecting the "[[robber baron]]" epithet hurled by radicals, he opposed Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, on Nov. 25, 1835. His name is properly pronounced '''Car-nay-gie''' rather than the more common '''Carn-a-gie'''
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  • ...ard of his uncle John Minthorn. Minthorn was a doctor and real estate developer who Hoover recalled as "a severe man on the surface, but like all Quakers k ...y. Hoover oversaw the repairs necessary after the Rebellion, restarted the operations, and began opening new mines. A few months later, Bewick, Moering and
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  • ...ficer, [[Edwin Layton]], said he had been a brilliant leader of amphibious operations from Guadalcanal to Iwo Jima, but "few who worked with him could forg ...ans Division, the OP-20G communications intelligence group, Chief of Naval Operations [[Ernest King]], Pacific commander [[Chester W. Nimitz]], and Nimitz'
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  • ...mitted to Genghis Khan. During this period, the [[Uyghurs]] also submitted peacefully to the Mongols and became valued administrators throughout the empire
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  • ...y]], and, ''ex officio'', a member of the board of the [[U.S. Institute of Peace]]. Prior to the University, she was Deputy Commander of [[United States Her early leadership tours include serving as the operations officer for a patrol aircraft squadron, , the officer-in-charge of Mi
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  • ...ames Madison]] organized to create a wholly new constitution. The Articles operated until early 1789 when the whole system was replaced by the new [[U.S. C The Articles set the rules for operations of the United States government. The new nation was legally capable o
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  • '''Electronic warfare (EW)''' is now considered a branch of [[information operations]], which includes technical measures such as computer security and at | title = Field Manual (FM) 3-36: Electronic Warfare in Operations
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  • ...persecuted the Jews, trying to force them into exile, while taking their property. The [[National Socialism|Nazi party]] took control of the courts, local ...itish and French ''appeasement'' of the Munich Agreement of 1938, formed a peace pact with [[Stalin]]'s Russia in August 1939, and finally invaded Poland
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  • ...utions, the media, business and the military. These conspirers are said to operate in ruthless ways: playing ideologies and countries off one another, mask ...income tax denialism and finally to [[McCarthyism]]. This enemy of freedom operates ahistorically and callously:
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  • ...mplementation. This brought him into repeated conflict with Chief of Naval Operations [[Ernest J. King]], who wanted to shift most of the Navy's resources Now a lieutenant general with three stars, he took charge of "Operation Torch," the Allied invasion of French North Africa. The landings ther
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  • ...lisher = Fordham University}}</ref> It was ''de facto'' abrogated by the [[Operation Barbarossa]] Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941. Appropriately enough, the phrase "wise peace policy" of Stalin, used in 1935 by [[Georgi Dimitroff]], General Secretary
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  • ...Lebanon]] between 1971 and 1982. The PLO used [[terrorism]] in a number of operations. ...ed from Tunisia to [[Gaza]] in 1994, and was a co-recipient of the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] for the [[Camp David Accords]].
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  • ...pean conflict certainly was influenced by World War I and the [[Versailles Peace Treaty]], and not only World War I, but the [[Russo-Japanese War]] and [[F ...onies of Korea and Formosa (now called [[Taiwan]]). Some German submarines operated in the Indian Ocean.
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  • ...: a long-suppressed [[technology]] that could either usher in a new age of peace for all mankind, or become the ultimate weapon of mass destruction.
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  • groups, especially those oriented toward peace movements, have rarely cooperated with State. ...ablished a smaller foreign agricultural service, while the Bureau of Mines operated a small service of mineral specialists. The [[U.S. Treasury Department]
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  • The state networks of both parties began to operate in 1794 or 1795. [[Patronage]] now became a factor. The [[winner-take-al ...long as they please; but the actual state of agriculture and commerce, the peace, the contentment and satisfaction of the great mass of people, give the li
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  • ====Operation Marquetalia==== ...ained much of the southern part of the department of [[Tolima, Colombia]]. Operation Marquetalia was the first such attack by the Colombian government agai
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  • ...vernment and less taxation, as the state verged on a revolt against high property taxes. However the highly controversial student unrest at the [[Universi ...not finished.) <ref> Pemberton (1998) p. 131; Weinberger, ''Fighting for Peace,'' 291–97; Garthoff (1994) pp 99ff</ref>
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  • ...e-1933 conflicts between the two parties meant that they were unable to co-operate. These networks were frequently infiltrated by the [[Gestapo]] and the r the state apparatus was in the intelligence services, whose clandestine operations offered an excellent cover for political organisation. The key figure
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  • ..."Dewey" Clarridge"''' (1932-) is a legend of U.S. intelligence and covert operations, who now heads the Eclipse Group, an organization that provided intel ...s power-broker half-brother, [[Ahmed Wali Karzai]]. Eclipse Group also has operations in [[Pakistan]]. The ''New York Times'' reported that Brad Thor, a n
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  • ...rces under the [[Brookings Institution]], the [[United States Institute of Peace]], the [[Council on Foreign Relations]], and the [[Center for U.S. Global ...ndependent election commission. It was very positive that election day was peaceful. The process is not completed. There will be a complaint process, and h
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  • ...nducts research in his areas of expertise: U.S. military counterinsurgency operations, Kurdish political dynamics, Iraqi’s political landscape, elections ...and observed the planning and convention of the Afghanistan-Pakistan Joint Peace Jirga of August 2007 in Kabul; former staff of the [[Middle East Institute
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  • '''Brit Tzedek v’Shalom''', the '''Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace''' is to educate and mobilize American Jews in support of a negotiated [[t the [[Occupied Territories]]. These settlements are a major obstacle to peace, a tremendous financial burden to Israel and do little, if anything, to en
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  • In the summer of 2001, Armitage was asked by [[Anthony Zinni]] to consider a peace mission to [[Indonesia]], and, in 2001, for the [[Israel-Palestine Conflic ...o-Israel rally was held in Washington in April 2002, during a new push for peace with Palestine, Armitage was considered as the Administration's representa
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  • ...ole in defending Paris itself from counter-revolutionaries, and became the operational planner for the Army of Italy and planned two successful attacks in ...maps and accurate watches, for [[military synchronization|synchronizing]] operations, than had previous military commanders.
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  • ...ligent and powerful [[Lord Ashley]], whose life Locke proceeded to save by operating on him to cure his liver condition. As a result of their close friends ...ion for which he is best remembered. For his last fifteen years he lived a peaceful retirement on the outskirts of London, dying highly respected across Eu
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  • ...on is assumed to be coming from a discarnate personality. If the person is operating in a psychic mode, then the information is assumed to be coming from t ...while clinically dead. Commonly reported experiences include: feelings of peace, being out of the body, seeing lights, visitation by loved ones and a ligh
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  • ...osuka|Yokosuka]], Japan [[9 July]]. Quickly converted in Japan for wartime operation, ''Oglethorpe'' carried equipment for the [[1st Cavalry Division (Unit ...ssault at [[Wonsan]]. Arriving off Wonsan [[25 October]] she supported the operation until the 30th and then returned to the West Coast.
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  • ...], and founded in 1977 by [[James Dobson]]. Its mission statement is "To cooperate with the Holy Spirit in sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with as many | title = Peace on Earth in Our Time: The "war on Christmas" is basically over.
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  • ...issions. Designated as a California Historical Landmark, today the Mission operates as a museum administered by the California Department of Parks and Recr ...t of Fort Ross (''krepost' rus<nowiki>'</nowiki>''), and with establishing peaceful relations with the Native Americans of the region.<ref>Nordlander, p. 1
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  • Defendants were accused of [[crimes against peace]] with respect to:<ref>{{citation *[[Operation Barbarossa|Soviet Union]] (June 1941)
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  • ...ification of the [[Treaty of Versailles]]. The League of Nations went into operation anyway, but the U.S. never joined. ...e, and Locarno treaties of 1924-25 constituted instead a new Euro-Atlantic peace settlement and international system and established a new European concert
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  • ...ting the officer corps in a common language - English - for joint overseas operations."<ref name=>{{citation
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  • ...entail. In the long run, the logic went, a prosperous Europe would be more peaceful, and would make its main trading partner, the US, more prosperous. ...U.S. Secretary of State [[George C. Marshall]], the plan was designed and operated by State Department officials, especially [[Dean Acheson]] in 1947 and
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  • ...sunk' are remote-controlled; those that survive the battle contain a human operator crammed inside.</ref> The "north side" is also known for the 'North Bay
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  • ...[International Military Tribunal (Tokyo)]] had more legitimacy, because it operated under the a provision of the Japanese surrender, in which the Japanese | title = (adapted from) International Crimes, Peace and Human Rights, edited by Dinah Shelton, 2000
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  • ...kill non-combatants." He notes that this becomes increasingly blurred in "Operations Other than War [[Nobuo Hayashi]], a researcher at the [[International Peace Research Institute, Oslo]] (PRIO) and a former official at the [[Internati
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  • ...n asked to represent the Peasant International in China, which initially cooperated with the [[Kuomintang]] under Sun Yat-Sen; the education effort was par ...Sen's death in March 1925, [[Chiang Kai-shek]] took power, and initially cooperated with the Communists. Chiang Kai-shek arrested Soviet advisors at the Wh
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  • ...or for Cuban Affairs, Mr. Ranneberger helped lead U.S. policy to promote a peaceful [[democracy promotion|democratic transition]] in [[Cuba]], in part by i for International Development]] was running a large humanitarian relief operation. As Angola Desk Officer in Washington (1981-1984) he worked as a membe
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  • ...d American Jewish labor movements, supports a [[two-state solution]]. It cooperates with the Union of Progressive Zionists campus organization and has a yo *Negev Institute for Strategies of Peace and Economic Development (NISPED), focused on [[civil society]]
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  • killed in, in [[Pakistan]], by a [[raid on Osama bin Laden|U.S. special operations raid]] in May 2011. As opposed to the [[Taliban]] and other extreme [ ...billions and send his corporations into bankruptcy." While the "franchise" operating style seemed earlier to have been accepted as the core group was milit
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