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2014 | 21 | 1 |
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Doomed from the Start? Great Power Interventions in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan

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This study identifies the attitudes and initial policies common to the British, French, American, and Soviet interveners in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan and links those attitudes and polices to the ultimate defeat of each of these interveners.
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Artykuł nie zawiera abstraktu w języku polskim
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21
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1
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2014
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2015-05-15
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