Winning the Peace: The Strategic Implications of Military Civic Action


A group of experts debates the future role of Military Civic Action as a way to retain an American military presence around the world, bolster emergent democracies, assist other militaries in their transition to "democratic military professionalism," reinforce the humanitarian efforts of USAID and private volunteer organizations, train U.S. units for worldwide flexible missions, and protect the world from environmental degradation and the scourge of drug abuse. Special emphasis is placed on Latin America as the ideal focus for Military Civic Action during the 1990s.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • John W. De Pauw
  • George A. Luz
  • Kent H. Butts
  • John T. Fishel
  • Edmund S. Cowan
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1992


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