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The Junior Officers' Reading Club: Killing Time and Fighting Wars

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China's Charm Offensive in Latin America and the Caribbean: A comprehensive Analysis of China's strategic Communication Strategy Across the Region [Part III: Image, Academia, and Technology] by FIU Digital Commons, Research Publications 57 China’s Charm Offensive in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Comprehensive Analysis of China’s Strategic Communication Strategy Across the Region [Part II: Influencing the Media] by FIU Digital Commons, Research Publication 56 Its like he read Rumors of War, Dispatches and John Masters' Bugles and a Tiger and then watched Apocalypse Now 10 times then wrote the book. The horror... the horror... give us a break Hennessay)" Soldiers and Prisons: Reflections on Military Interventions in the Latin American and Caribbean Prison System. by William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies

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Unintended consequences of state action: how the kingpin strategy transformed the structure of violence in Mexico’s organized crime by Trends in Organized Crime Year Ahead – Emerging Technologies and the Collection of Battlefield Evidence by Articles of War, Lieber Institute Er.... think I must have read a different book. Funny that. It had the same title and author. Personally, if you want to get a feel for a Brtiish perspective on war read either Blood Clot (written from the perspective of a Para patrols Plt cdr) or anything by David Beattie. My comments on the above named work haven't changed since the review I wrte for SWC (brief but to the point)....Rinaldo Nazzaro, Leader of the Neo-Nazi Terrorist Group—The Base: Probable Linkages to the Russian Imperial Movement (RIM) by C/O Futures Terrorism Research Note Series What next for Russia’s Wagner mercenaries? by The Strategist (Australian Strategic Policy Institute) The grey zone: Russia's military, mercenary and criminal engagement in Africa by Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime There is something remarkably unsatisfying about this book; though I am certain his friends will enjoy it immensely. To be fair one learns an awful lo about life at Sandhurst, about regimental life in general and about the culture junior officers are socialised into bit it stll reads much less like a memoir of war and more like a cleverly marketed and pitched faux-memoir/diary for the iPod generation. Some may find that tone and style refreshing but I for one found it self-indulgent with a whiff of the flippant. The author is apparently now reading to become a lawyer and his bok reads very much like a publicity exercise in preparation for a life of (self-) importance" North Korea’s Political Warfare Strategy Has Failed: ROK – U.S. Alliance Needs A Superior Strategy by 1945

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