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Wright Flyer Paper : Ethnic Conflict and US Central Command Policy for the Central Asian Republics, Vol. 16

By Major William M. Tart, USAF

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Title: Wright Flyer Paper : Ethnic Conflict and US Central Command Policy for the Central Asian Republics, Vol. 16  
Author: Major William M. Tart, USAF
Volume: 16
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, International Relations
Collection: Authors Community
Subcollection: United States
Historic
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Publisher: Air University Press
Member Page: Air University Press

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This paper identifies a possible shortfall in United States (US) military planning, the experience of US Central Command (CENTCOM) planners in dealing with the Central Asian States. The problem is that military planners have little experience with engagement activities in the Newly Independent States (NIS), particularly in the Central Asian States. In this paper, I took a three-step approach to solving this problem. First, I familiarized the reader with ethnic conflict and its proximate and underlying causes. Second, I described what is at stake in Central Asia in terms of US interests. Third, I evaluated current US Central Command (CENTCOM) activities in the CAS and recommended some improvements.

 

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