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📙 Transatlantic Diplomacy and the Use of Military Force in the Post-Cold War Era by Mark Wintz (auth.) — epub download


This book is an analysis and a set of tools of analysis to explain and understand why, when, where, and how the United States and its major NATO allies will agree or disagree on a collective policy regarding using military force abroad.



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