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The Resource Rolling back revolution : the emergence of low intensity conflict, Ivan Molloy

Rolling back revolution : the emergence of low intensity conflict, Ivan Molloy

Label
Rolling back revolution : the emergence of low intensity conflict
Title
Rolling back revolution
Title remainder
the emergence of low intensity conflict
Statement of responsibility
Ivan Molloy
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Molloy, Ivan
Dewey number
327.1170973
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Low-intensity conflicts (Military science)
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
Label
Rolling back revolution : the emergence of low intensity conflict, Ivan Molloy
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Introduction 1 -- A fresh Perspective 2 -- The Argument in a Nutshell 2 -- LIC in Context 7 -- A New Perspective 8 -- The Approach 10 -- The Scope 12 -- Terminology -- 13 -- 1. What is LIC? 15 -- The Strategy's Broad Thrust 15 -- A Definition of Low Intensity Conflict 16 -- The LIC Conflict Profile 1 -- The Need for Context? 31 -- 2. An Inevitable Strategy: LIC's Emergence in Context 32 -- Continuity and Discontinuity 32 -- Old and New 48 -- The Status of LIC 51 -- The Development of the Full Profile 53 -- An Expected Foreign Policy Initiative? 54 -- 3. From Approach to Strategy 55 -- Self-Analysis and Debate: The Influence of Vietnam 55 -- The Debate Within the Reagan Administration and the Military 62 -- Evidence of LIC Gaining Coherence 65 -- The Strategy Emerges 70 -- 4. The Reagan Doctrine: Selling LIC To America 72 -- What was the Reagan Doctrine? 73 -- The Reagan Doctrine as an Expression of Low Intensity Conflict 83 -- 5. Central America: The Strategy's Proving Ground? 86 -- Central America as the Focus of US Foreign Policy 86 -- The Determinants of LIC 88 -- The Determinants/Preconditions for LIC -- The Emergence of Low Intensity Conflict 102 -- 6. Nicaragua and Revolutionary LIC 104 -- The Political/Psychological Dimension 104 -- The Economic Dimension 114 -- The Military Dimension 116 -- The Civic Action Dimension 124 -- Nicaragua and the Strategy of LIC 125 -- 7. LIC in the Philippines? 127 -- The Determinants of the Response 128 -- The Need for a New Approach 132 -- The Reagan Administration Responds 133 -- The Third Way - The LIC Response 134 -- LIC Characteristics 134 -- The Collective Response 142 -- 8. The Counter-Revolutionary Profile 143 -- The Political/Psychological Dimension 143 -- The Economic Dimension 155 -- The Military Dimension 156 -- The Civic Action Dimension - Completing the Picture 161 -- A Characteristic LIC Response? 163 -- . LIC Continued? 167 -- LIC Emergent 168 -- The Success of Reagan's LIC? 173 -- An Ongoing Strategy 174
Control code
FIEB16796263
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xi, 228 pages
Isbn
9780745317069
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1084946202
Label
Rolling back revolution : the emergence of low intensity conflict, Ivan Molloy
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Introduction 1 -- A fresh Perspective 2 -- The Argument in a Nutshell 2 -- LIC in Context 7 -- A New Perspective 8 -- The Approach 10 -- The Scope 12 -- Terminology -- 13 -- 1. What is LIC? 15 -- The Strategy's Broad Thrust 15 -- A Definition of Low Intensity Conflict 16 -- The LIC Conflict Profile 1 -- The Need for Context? 31 -- 2. An Inevitable Strategy: LIC's Emergence in Context 32 -- Continuity and Discontinuity 32 -- Old and New 48 -- The Status of LIC 51 -- The Development of the Full Profile 53 -- An Expected Foreign Policy Initiative? 54 -- 3. From Approach to Strategy 55 -- Self-Analysis and Debate: The Influence of Vietnam 55 -- The Debate Within the Reagan Administration and the Military 62 -- Evidence of LIC Gaining Coherence 65 -- The Strategy Emerges 70 -- 4. The Reagan Doctrine: Selling LIC To America 72 -- What was the Reagan Doctrine? 73 -- The Reagan Doctrine as an Expression of Low Intensity Conflict 83 -- 5. Central America: The Strategy's Proving Ground? 86 -- Central America as the Focus of US Foreign Policy 86 -- The Determinants of LIC 88 -- The Determinants/Preconditions for LIC -- The Emergence of Low Intensity Conflict 102 -- 6. Nicaragua and Revolutionary LIC 104 -- The Political/Psychological Dimension 104 -- The Economic Dimension 114 -- The Military Dimension 116 -- The Civic Action Dimension 124 -- Nicaragua and the Strategy of LIC 125 -- 7. LIC in the Philippines? 127 -- The Determinants of the Response 128 -- The Need for a New Approach 132 -- The Reagan Administration Responds 133 -- The Third Way - The LIC Response 134 -- LIC Characteristics 134 -- The Collective Response 142 -- 8. The Counter-Revolutionary Profile 143 -- The Political/Psychological Dimension 143 -- The Economic Dimension 155 -- The Military Dimension 156 -- The Civic Action Dimension - Completing the Picture 161 -- A Characteristic LIC Response? 163 -- . LIC Continued? 167 -- LIC Emergent 168 -- The Success of Reagan's LIC? 173 -- An Ongoing Strategy 174
Control code
FIEB16796263
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xi, 228 pages
Isbn
9780745317069
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1084946202

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