Fb2 The Militarization of the U.S.-Mexico Border, 1978-1992: Low-Intensity Conflict Doctrine Comes Home (Cmas Border Migration Studies Series) ePub
by Timothy J. Dunn
|Author:||Timothy J. Dunn|
|Publisher:||Univ of Texas at Austin Center for (May 1, 1995)|
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This provocative study argues that during the 1978-1992 period, . Tim Dunn examines these policies and practices in detail, and considers them in light of the strategy and tactics of the Pentagon doctrine of low-intensity conflict
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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-293) and index. Download book The militarization of the . Geographic Name: United States Emigration and immigration Government policy.
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Timothy Dunn, author of The Militarization of the . Originally developed as a response to guerrilla insurgency in the Third World by the Kennedy administration, low-intensity conflict (LIC) reached its full form during the Reagan administration as a counterinsurgency doctrine in Central America in the. early 1980s. La Jolla, CA: Center for Comparative Immigration Studies. Washington, DC: Washington Office on Latin America. Austin: CMAS Books, University of Texas. Dunn, Timothy J. 2009. Izcara Palacios, Simón Pedro.