Operation Freedom: The Impact of United States Military Operations on Target Regimes

Tures, John A.
January 2004
Journal for the Study of Peace & Conflict;2004, p68
Academic Journal
Describes a study on the impact of the U.S. military operations (USMO) on its target regimes. Significance of the impact to the U.S. foreign policy; Combat hypothesis on the tendency of USMO to produce democracy in the target regime; Factors that could help Afghanistan and Iraq to liberalize from the USMO.


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