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  1. 'If all you have is a hammer ...'.(FROM THE EDITOR)(foreign policy of united states): An article from: Sojourners Magazine by Jim Wallis, 2006-08-01
  2. Foreign policy and support for terrorist groups.(Iran: U.S. Concerns and Policy Responses)(Report): An article from: Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs by Kenneth Katzman, 2009-08-01
  3. ARAB US RELATIONS - Aug 28 - US Military Secretly Sending Foreign Fighters To Home Nations.: An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder by Unavailable, 2008-08-30
  4. Peacekeeping: A new role for US forces (USAWC military studies program paper) by Alfred W Baker, 1983
  5. Out of Conflict: From War to Peace in Africa
  6. Southeast Asian perceptions of Australia's foreign policy.: An article from: Contemporary Southeast Asia by Craig A. Snyder, 2006-08-01
  7. U.S., Ukraine, at cross purposes.(former Soviet military marine mammal program)(Brief Article): An article from: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists by Linda Rothstein, 1997-11-01
  8. Has Damascus stopped supporting terrorists?(Report): An article from: Middle East Quarterly by Ryan Mauro, 2009-06-22
  9. ARAB EUROPEAN RELATIONS - Jan 1 - Leaders Call Yemen Terror Summit.: An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder by Unavailable, 2010-01-02
  10. Sanctum FATA.(Federally Administered Tribal Areas): An article from: The National Interest by Anthony Cordesman, 2009-05-01
  11. U.S.--Arab relations: forks in the way forward.: An article from: Middle East Policy by Chas W., Jr. Freeman, 2009-12-22
  12. Battling terrorism under the law of war.(Viewpoint essay): An article from: Military Review by David A. Wallace, 2007-09-01
  13. Perceptions and courses of actions toward Iran.: An article from: Military Review by Jo-Anne Hart, 2005-09-01
  14. Iraqi civilian, police, and security forces casualty estimates.: An article from: Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs by Hannah Fischer, 2006-05-01

21. Wednesday, 06 December 2000 News Triggers
foreign NEWS. 300 pm by at least 100 rebels who seized military firearms and LucasManaguelod said the Philippine National police and the Philippine Army are
Wednesday, 06 December 2000
Coup fears raised over military tug-of-war Senator Rodolfo Biazon said Tuesday a military coup is possible following reports the Armed Forces of the Philippines continues to suffer from demoralization among its ranks. Biazon cited the current tug-of-war between Philippine Military Academy Class 71, which supports President Estrada, and PMA Class 78, which is on the side of Vice President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Biazon said if soldiers and military officials continue to meddle in the current political crisis, Estrada might be overthrown. -ABS-CBN Anti-Estrada troops threatened with court-martial National Security Adviser Alexander Aguirre warned Tuesday soldiers and military personnel going on unauthorized leave to join protest actions against President Estrada would be court-martialed. Aguirre also called on government troops not to heed the reported calls of several retired generals to withdraw their support from Estrada, who goes on trial in the Senate on Thursday for alleged corruption among other things. -PDI, GMA-7

22. International Trade In Arms And Military Training
US Training of foreign military and police Forces Amnesty International warned ina new report that secrecy surrounding the training of foreign military and
There is clear evidence that the international trade in arms and military training can aid or exacerbate some of the gravest human rights abuses Amnesty International works to stop. These include torture, "disappearances" and political killings. This is why Amnesty International is campaigning to establish strict controls and vigilant monitoring and to expose the role of governments in facilitating human rights abuses through these activities.
Red countries indicate where the US provided training in FY 2001, per the US government's 2001 report on foreign military training. This map is based on unclassified information only and does not include training of or with forces from NATO countries. The map illustrates in-country training only; it does not show which countries sent soldiers to study in the US.
US Training of Foreign Military Forces
The United States government trains approximately 100,000 foreign police and soldiers from more than 150,000 countries each year. One of the purported benefits of this training is that it instills respect for human rights and democratic institutions. Yet the vast majority of US training courses do not include specific instruction in the human rights or humanitarian law obligations that soldiers must obey. Unfortunately, many of the government forces the US has trained have poor human rights records.

23. Amnesty Online: Ask Amnesty
In its 2002 report, Unmatched Power,Unmet Principles The Human Rights Dimensionsof US Training of foreign military and police Forces, Amnesty International
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Our focus on the war in Iraq kicks off with Amnesty International USA's Iraq Country Specialist, Beth Ann Toupin. Beth Ann Toupin has been an active member of Amnesty International for many years and is currently a member of the AIUSA Board of Directors. Submit YOUR question Angela from Orange, California asks: "Is there any progress regarding the disappearances and murders of hundreds of women in Juarez, Mexico? The decade-long crisis still isn't much in the news. Has Amnesty International spent much time or effort investigating or publicizing this issue?" TAKE ACTION Voice Your Concern over the Safety of Erika Loera and All of the Women in Juarez City, Mexico Esmeralda Juárez, who was reported missing on 8 January 2003, has been found dead in a deserted area of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua state. Her body was discovered in close proximity to the bodies of two other young women. There is no further information about the whereabouts of Erika Abigail Loera, who was reportedly last seen on 20 December 2002 and Amnesty International is seriously concerned for her safety. According to reports, over 200 women have been killed in Ciudad Juárez and Chihuahua, Chihuahua State since 1993 and many others "disappeared".

24. Foreign Military Assistance
military contacts, thereby familiarizing foreign officers with government providesfunds for military equipment and training to overseas police and armed
U.S. Foreign Military Assistance Program Descriptions Budget Requests Congressional Appropriations Database on U.S. Security Assistance FY 1990-2001 Database on U.S. foreign military training (IMET) and aid (FMF and other military aid), searchable by fiscal year, country and region. Program Descriptions Listed below are several U.S. programs that provide foreign states with military and related assistance, directly and indirectly supporting U.S. arms transfers. Foreign Military Financing: Foreign Military Financing refers to congressionally appropriated grants given to foreign governments to finance the purchase of American-made weapons, services and training. Since 1950, the US government has provided over $91 billion in FMF to militaries around the world. The vast majority of these funds goes to Israel and Egypt to reward them for making a cold peace in 1979.
    Economic Support Fund Congress established the economic support fund (ESF) to promote economic and political stability in strategically important regions where the United States has special security interests. The funds are provided on a grant basis and are available for a variety of economic purposes, like infrastructure and development projects. Although not intended for military expenditure, these grants allow the recipient government to free up its own money for military programs. International Military Education and Training

25. Special Tactical Services
Joint Chiefs of Staff, and their foreign counterparts. John has been the SeniorInstructor and Course Manager for the US Army military police School, Narco

Protective Operations
Below you will find the Lead Protective Operations Instructors. Instructors : C. William (Bill) West John Lombard Jessie A. Walker C. William (Bill) West Director of Protective Operations Bill retired from the U.S. Army after 20 years. He served 15 years as a Special Agent with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigations Division Command (CID). As a CID Agent, he spent a total of 10 years conducting worldwide protective operations with the Secretary of Defense, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff and other high-ranking Government Officials. From 1995 to April 2002, he was the lead instructor for Protective Services Training Course, at the U.S. Army Military Police School, and has trained over 3500 students.
While on active duty Bill was also recognized internationally as the U.S. Army's expert on Protective Services Operations. Bill is responsible for the development of numerous Protective Operations and Force Protection training programs throughout the country. He has trained all branches of the U.S. military to include Navy S.E.A.L's and Special Operations Teams along with FBI, DEA, DOE, U.S Marshals, U.S. Customs and other state, local and foreign law enforcement officers. He has developed a dynamic training program, which is guaranteed to motivate students and provide the best possible training available.

26. | Foreign Military & Intelligence Agencies
handpicked section of British military Intelligence set interception and study offoreign communications and Among the earliest secret police forces organized
About Community Bad Ideas Drugs ... An Appeal to Indict the Iraqi Regime for Crimes of Genocide The Iraqi regime has perpetrated many crimes against the people of Iraqi Kurdistan, most of them are considered as crimes of genocide as defined in the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide of 9th December, 1948 which was approved by Iraq on 20th January, 1959. Banned Book About Israel's Chief Spy Agency Details Intelligence Operations A temporarily banned book about the Mossad, Israel's chief spy agency, says up to 27 Israeli intelligence agents operate in the United States chiefly to gather data about the Arab world but that U.S. companies and citizens have been targeted for information. British Intelligence Operations in Northern Ireland by Anonymous A one-time boyfriend of mine 1994-1997 told me that he once worked in Northern Ireland, under the "direction" of MI5/MI6. He claimed that he was "recruited", by security forces, back in 1970. He had "valuable skills", in electronic surveillance methods, which were "of use" to the "intelligence community". British Networks and the Brazilian Amazon by Mark J. Burdman

27. Consulat Général De France à San Francisco - French Consulate General In San
Official site of the Consulate General of France in San Francisco whose jurisdiction is the Northwest Category Regional Europe Government Embassies and Consulates...... 1200 additional National and military police officers exclusively to of May 5, 2002has reinforced police patrols in The French Ministry of foreign Affairs The
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French position on Iraq The website of the French Embassy in Washington DC gives updated information on the French position regarding Iraqi situation.
Please click: Sophia-Antipolis - Silicon Valley Internships proposal This internship program rewards the most deserving undergraduates and graduates of Stanford University by offering them the chance to work for several months in prestigious companies in Sophia-Antipolis (French Riviera). This is a unique opportunity to work in a French professional environment within a particularly dynamic region of the high tech world. Several internship opportunities are open in research laboratories and in companies such as:

28. 'School Of The Americas' Protest -- [28-11-02]
of the School of the Americas and the repressive foreign policy of Ninety seven peoplewere arrested by military police over the weekend for peaceably entering
School of assassins
Lissa Rees reports on the growing annual protest outside the ‘School of the Americas’ in the United States. On 16 November 2002 around 12,000 people traveled to Fort Benning, Georgia, to participate in the 12th annual protest against the continuing existence of the School of the Americas and the repressive foreign policy of the US, which the school represents. The school's name was changed last year to the WHISC (Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Co-operation), but its business is still the same: training members of the Latin American military in methods of terrorizing civilians through their disappearance, torture and murder.
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to send this page to a friend... Since it was opened in Panama in 1946, the School has often been the subject of controversy. After years of pressure, in 1996 the Pentagon was finally forced to make public the training materials used at the School to teach soldiers methods of torture and execution. These manuals are no longer in use, but the SOA continues to teach terror, funded by US tax dollars. Protesters came from all over the Americas to grieve for the thousands who have died at the hands of the school's graduates, to celebrate dissent and to bring their voices together to say: ‘Shut it Down!’ Speakers included Adriana Bartow of the Where Are The Children Now Campaign, Guatemala, Marino Cordoba of the National Association of Displaced Afro-Colombians, and Father Roy Bourgeois, founder of the SOAW (School of the Americas Watch). Music came from Indigo Girls and others, including the catchy

29. DND/CF : Portfolio
making and dayto-day assessment of foreign capabilities and military police COMPLAINTSCOMMISSION (MPCC) The military police Complaints Commission (MPCC) is

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(NSS) acts as a liaison for Search and Rescue (SAR) agencies and all partners involved in Canadian search and rescue. Their combined efforts give Canada one of the most effective national search and rescue programs in the world. The Minister of National Defence is the Lead Minister for Search and Rescue. OFFICE OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (OCIPEP):
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Operating as a civilian organization within the Department of National Defence, OCIPEP provides national leadership in both the protection of Canada's critical infrastructure and the enhancement of emergency management in Canada. To achieve this, OCIPEP works through partnerships with all levels of government, non-governmental organizations and the private sector to enhance the capacity of Canadian communities, businesses and governments to manage risks to their physical and cyber environments.

Dear foreign Friends,. The military police were directed by the governorof the state, Dr. Almir Gabriel, who still holds office.
AN INVITATION TO ALL THE FRIENDS OF THE MST OUTSIDE BRAZIL TO MOBILIZE AND JOIN US THE WEEK OF APRIL 8 TO 11 IN THE CITY OF BELÉM TO ATTEND THE TRIAL OF THOSE ACCUSED IN THE MASSACRE OF ELDORADO DOS CARAJÁS. Dear Foreign Friends, 1. As you must already know, the trial of those officials who took part in the massacre of Carajás will take place starting April 8 th , 2002. The trial will be held in the auditorium of the Justice Tribunal of Pará state, in the city of Belém. Judge Eva Coelho will preside over the trial, which will be organized in three large sessions. The first session will begin on April 8, when the four main commanders of the operation will be tried. Each session will last four days. The second session will begin on April 15, to try 17 officials of lower rank. On April 22, the trial of the 129 soldiers who were involved in the operation will begin. Almost seven years have passed and until today, no one has been imprisoned or sentenced for the massacre. In general, an accusation of murder will go to trial the same year. Of the judges in the Tribunal with criminal jurisdiction in Belém, only Dr. Eva Coelho accepted the mission of overseeing the trial of the massacre. The other judges recused themselves from this task. Why? In 1999, the first trial of the massacre took place, but the manipulations of the coordinating judge were so extensive that the jury ended up finding the officials innocent. The MST lawyers withdrew from the trial in protest and the trial was suspended. The Judiciary Power later annulled that trial.

31. Romanian Military Participation In Afghanistan - FINGAL And
The Romanian Ministry of foreign Affairs has announced that the Government of TheRomanian military police Platoon since ISAF entering into the theater of

32. Foreign Policy In Focus | Global Affairs Commentary | Debating Post-Saddam Polic
of State Colin Powell and senior career officers in the foreign service, the UStrainedIraqis who will mainly act as guides, translators, and military police.
Debating Post-Saddam Policy:
Hardliners v. Realpolitikers
By Jim Lobe
December 20, 2002 Editor : John Gershman, Interhemispheric Resource Center ( IRC 0212post-saddam.pdf [printer-friendly version] While U.S. military strategists are refining their plans for invading Iraq early next year, the configuration of a post-invasion Iraq remains a matter of hot debate within the administration of President George W. Bush. The debate breaks along lines that have become very familiar to those who have followed the administration's foreign policy since Bush first took office. On one side are the neoconservative and unilateralist hawks in and around the offices of Vice President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, but who also have key allies strategically placed in the National Security Council and the State Department. On the other side are the more internationalist realpolitikers led by Secretary of State Colin Powell and senior career officers in the foreign service, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and the military itself. They are aided by former top officials in the George H.W. Bush administration (1989-1993).
New and Old Battles
The two groups have tangled repeatedlyfrom the Kyoto Protocol and North Korea to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and, of course, Iraqover the past two years. They fought hard over whether to go the UN Security Council before launching an invasion, and even over how to invade Iraq.

33. Amnesty International: Saudi Arabia Campaign Website
and regulations to prohibit the transfer of all military, security and police weaponry,equipment The Minister of foreign Affairs in your country.
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Saudi Arabia - Stop arming the torturers Military, security and police relations "They made me take off my clothes and then threatened me with rape. They also used other forms of ill-treatment and torture, including falaqa [beating on the soles of the feet], beatings all over the body, and being jolted by an electrified rod." These are the words of an Iraqi refugee in Saudi Arabia, who was tortured in 1992. His experience is not unique. Gulam Mustapha, a Pakistani, was reportedly tortured while in detention in a centre for drug offenders in Jeddah in 1994. The torture he suffered included insertion of a metal stick or rod into his anus and electric shocks, which apparently left him bleeding and unable to walk.
So who has supplied the electro-shock batons to the torturers in Saudi Arabia? Secrecy prevents a comprehensive answer, but it is known that in 1993 the UK government granted two licences for the transfer of electro-shock weapons to Saudi Arabia and that since 1984 the US Department of Commerce has authorized at least a dozen such shipments.

34. Melbourne | National Cultures And Foreign Affairs: Personal Observations On Thei
Turning to the United States, culture and foreign policy had a striking effect in hitupon the idea of trying to persuade the Japanese military police to let
his earlier article in this area in an issue of American Diplomacy of five years ago. A member of the governing board of this journal, Dr. Melbourne brings thirty-five years of diplomatic experience to bear in his analysis. Initially during my career in the Foreign Service, I was surprised to note what, for us, are odd reactions by nationals of other cultures. A Japanese chief steward of a foreigners' club suffered the loss of his toddler son by drowning in the club pool.. His response to condolences from club members was to laugh nervously. This reaction, strange to a foreigner, was explained as defensive towards a person not directly affected by the family tragedy. The steward simply could not reveal his true feelings. I learned as I gained experience abroad. A native culture can be such a determining factor in international relations that some in our Foreign Service think it outweighs other elements, such as the political and economic, in importance. We tend to lose sight of this in our Western zeal for our concepts of international law, of ethics and other basic conduct. The Japanese military regime instilled in its soldiers the ignominy of personal surrender. Death was preferable to this disgrace, for their families considered them dead. Not alone among states in thinking their cultural behavior was understandable to others, the Japanese treated Allied prisoners callously, believing that their families deemed them already dead.

35. Alleged Hijackers May Have Trained At U.S. Bases
NEWSWEEK visited the base early Saturday morning, where military police confirmedthat the address housed foreign military flight trainees but denied access
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Another of the alleged hijackers may have been trained in strategy and tactics at the Air War College in Montgomery, Ala., said another high-ranking Pentagon official. The fifth man may have received language instruction at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex. Both were former Saudi Air Force pilots who had come to the United States, according to the Pentagon source.
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MSNBC: photos, video The five men were on a list of 19 people identified as hijackers by the FBI on Friday. The three foreign nationals training in Pensacola appear to be Saeed Alghamdi and Ahmad Alnami, who were among the four men who allegedly commandeered United Airlines Flight 93. That flight crashed into rural Pennsylvania. The third man who may have trained in Pensacola, Ahmed Alghamdi, allegedly helped highjack United Airlines Flight 75, which hit the south tower of the World Trade Center.
Military records show that the three used as their address 10 Radford Boulevard, a base roadway on which residences for foreign-military flight trainees are located. In March 1997, Saeed Alghamdi listed the address to register a 1998 Oldsmobile; five months later he used it again to register a second vehicle, a late model Buick. Drivers licenses thought to have been issued to the other two suspects in 1996 and 1998 list the barracks as their residences.

36. PRO Searches By Bob O'Hara
I search the records held by the Public Record Office in London for clients whose family history has Category Regional Europe Genealogy Products and Services...... military records include details of Scottish, Irish, Welsh Force, Merchant Seamen,Metropolitan police, Royal Irish Constabulary and foreign Colonial
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World War One Personal Records of Soldiers and Officers who served between 1914 and 1919. This item includes an article on the bravery and service of The King's Own Scottish Borderers in WW1. Military Records of Soldiers and Officers discharged between 1660 and 1913 Royal Navy Records for Seamen and Officers who enlisted between c1802 and 1923 Merchant Navy Records from 1835 until 1857 and 1919 to 1972 Royal Marines for Marines and Officers who enlisted between c1802 and 1940. Royal Air Force Personal service records for Airmen and Officers from 1918 to 1921. Operational records for WW1 and WW2, (and later). Metropolitan Police Records - c1830 to c1950 Royal Irish Constabulary Records c1816 to 1922 North America and West Indies Colonial Records Wills and Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury to 1858. Australian Convicts Records of Australian Convicts starting with the First Fleet History Projects Special Operations Executive - records of the SOE which was formed from a number of undercover bodies established shortly before the outbreak of war in September 1939 London Libraries, Museums and Repositories which we visit regularly in London apart from the PRO

37. Anukret 05/ANKr-BK Dated On 15/Jan/2001
Armed Forces, commander of national military police, and police deputy director generalof the National police;. National Assembly, Ministry of foreign Affairs.\ANK01_01_05_E.htm
Nation – Religion – King
05/ANKr-BK ANUKRET on The Amendment to Article 3 of Chapter 2 on Diplomatic Passport of Anukret 51/ANK/BK of August 14, 2000 on the Issuance and Use of Diplomatic and Official Passports
The Royal Government Having seen the Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia; Having seen Reach Kret NS/RKT/1198/72 of November 30, 1998 regarding the Establishment of the Royal Government of Cambodia; Having seen Reach Kram 02/NS/94 of July 20, 1994, promulgating the Law on the organization and functioning of the Council of Ministers; Having seen Reach Kram NS/RKM/0196/10 of January 24, 1996, promulgating the Law on the Creation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation; Having seen Reach Kram 05/NS/94 of September 22, 1994, promulgating the Law on Immigration; Having seen Anukret 68/ANK of October 25, 1994 on the Passport of the Kingdom of Cambodia; Pursuant to the need for preparation of reciprocal visas for diplomatic and official passports with member states of the Association of South-East Asian Nations; Having seen Anukret 51/ANK/BK of August 14, 2000;

38. The Cimmerians™ Airsoft Re-Enactment Club -- Motor Pool
CIMCOM C02 1984 M1007 CUCV military police Suburban Color Desert The vehicle mustme a real military vehicle or been used by the US or foreign military forces;
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The equipment among the most vital to our success in Africa and Europe were the bulldozer, the jeep, the 2 1/2 ton truck, and the C-47 airplane. Curiously enough, none of these is designed for combat.
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Many Cimmerians have added to the growing pool of military vehicles that are used in monthly Cimmerian operations. From armored amphibious attack vehicles to heavy cargo and troop transport trucks to recon and scouting vehicles to military police command vehicles, the 8 active vehicles in the Cimmerian motor pool ad realism and utility to many Cimmerian operations.
Here are the vehicles that make up the Cimmerian motor pool (in the order of their deployment and C-number designations):
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Owned by Matt Fisher CIMCOM C02 1984 M1007 CUCV Military Police Suburban Color: Desert Storm Tan Owned by Jim Newton CIMCOM C03 Color: 383 Woodland Camo Owned by Jim Newton CIMCOM C04 (Decomissioned) 1985 M1009 CUCV Blazer (Destroyed in Ambush, Removed from Cimmerian Motor Pool on 10 January 2003.)

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40. KCL: DSD - Staff
military/police Relations; Security Sector Transition; Border Guards; Critical NationalInfrastructure. Dr David Jordan (Lecturer) History of Air Power; US foreign

Defence Studies Department Staff
This page contains a list of all staff based at the Defence Studies Department. The bullet list below each name outlines key research areas.
Dean of Academic Studies
Professor Geoffrey Till
  • Modern Maritime History,
  • Contemporary Maritime Strategy and Policy
  • Security in the Asia-Pacific Region
Deputy Dean of Academic Studies (External Relations)
Dr Peter Foot
  • International Military Education
  • e-Learning
  • Civil-Military relations
  • Defence Diplomacy and Security Sector Reform
  • Alliances and European Security
  • 20th Century military history
Deputy Dean of Academic Studies
Dr Matthew Uttley
  • Defence Science and Technology Policy
  • British Defence Policy
  • Economics of Defence Policy
Academic Staff
Dr Niall Barr (Lecturer)
  • 16th Century Military Revolution
  • 19th Century Warfare
  • Veterans and ex-Service Affairs
  • The Realities of War
Dr Virginia Bohdan (Lecturer)
  • Systemic Transformation in post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe
  • The Politics of Pan-European Security
  • Russian Politics and Security: the first post-Soviet decade
  • European Security (theory, concepts and institutions)

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