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- U.S. government training of foreign police : The scope of U.S. activities in the training of foreign police, where the major emphasis is on learning skills rather than their immediate application in a cooperative international law enforcement effort
- J. Brian Atwood : Dean, Humphrey Institute; signed "Beyond Guantanamo"; former Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); head of transition team, State Department; former Under Secretary of State for Management; former Adjunct Lecturer at Harvard's JFK School; former Professor, Hamilton College; Director, Citizens International
- M. Peter McPherson : Chairman of the Board, Dow Jones & Company; President of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), President-Emeritus of Michigan State University (MSU); Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development, 1981-87; board member, Center for Global Development
- John Paul Vann : Influential field operator in the Vietnam War, first as a United States Army advisor and lieutenant colonel, who later worked for the Agency for International Development in a role with the authority of a major general
- United States Mission to the Republic of Vietnam : The combination of all U.S. official organizations in Vietnam; during the Vietnam War, it included the military, as opposed to the separate chains of command in Iraq and Afghanistan
- Coalition Provisional Authority : The initial U.S. civilian governmental body, carrying out, in Iraq, the role of Occupying Power as defined in the Third and Fourth Geneva Conventions
- Foreign internal defense : The United States military doctrine for assisting Host Nations in their counterinsurgency programs
- Frederick Nolting Jr. : U.S. ambassador and head of the United States Mission to the Republic of Vietnam, from May 10 to August 15, 1963. A career Foreign Service Officer, he was preceded by Elbridge Durbrow, and succeeded by Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.. A supporter of Ngo Dinh Diem, he did not agree with the policy of U.S. support for a coup against Diem.
- Gardez : The capital of Paktia Province of Afghanistan, on the border with Pakistan; the Afghan National Army's 203rd corps headquarters
- Pacification in South Vietnam : Sometimes called the "other war" in the Vietnam War, involving counterinsurgency and local development
- Richard Holbrooke : United States diplomat, currently the U.S. special envoy to South Asia, including Afghanistan; director, National Endowment for Democracy; Director, Atlantic Council
- Taliban and the present Afghan government : Explorations, by the present government of Afghanistan, to bring Taliban elements into a national unity government
- Thomas P. M. Barnett : A U.S. strategic theorist and writer in futures studies, best known for the book The Pentagon's New Map giving a structure for globalization