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The Limits of Friendship : US Security Cooperation in Central Asia

By Lt. Col. Michael J. McCarthy, USAF

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Title: The Limits of Friendship : US Security Cooperation in Central Asia  
Author: Lt. Col. Michael J. McCarthy, USAF
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Political Science, International Relations
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In the first comprehensive study of US security cooperation in Central Asia, Michael J. McCarthy explores these efforts, seeking to understand not only the details of the individual programs but, more importantly, to understand the objectives of those activities and the policies and strategies that drive them. The Limits of Friendship: US Security Cooperation in Central Asia unravels 15 years of military activities in this pivotal region, tracing the ebb and flow of the bilateral and multilateral relationships and how they translate into specific security-cooperation programs.


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