By Andrew M, Dr Dorman
Andrew Dorman introduces Sierra Leone as Blair's moment nice army event after Kosovo and the 1st he undertook on his personal. it really is tied to Blair's 1999 Chicago speech at the 'Doctrine of the overseas Community', his circulation in the direction of humanitarianism and the effect of the Kosovo adventure. The ebook hyperlinks this movement with the increase of cosmopolitan militaries and the expanding involvement of Western forces in humanitarian operations and their effect at the overseas procedure. additionally, it locations it in the context of defence transformation and the rising Western expeditionary functions, particularly the eu Union's new conflict crew idea and advancements in ideas comparable to community Centric battle and Networked Enabled power. analyzing the total crusade and contemplating the impression at the Blair executive, this publication will end up to be a key reader at the topic.
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