Constraints on U.S. Strategy in Third World Conflict

Implications for Certain Contingencies

by Stephen T. Hosmer

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The author examines the military and political constraints imposed on U.S. strategy and combat operations in past Third World conflicts and crises. He explores the implications of such constraints for the design and execution of future strategies.

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