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Vol IV, No. 1

Commentary on
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Life in the
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New research project:
Cross-generational discussions on the
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Three experts assess the 1998 Wye Conference and its political context :

    • Amb. Hermann Eilts, “Breakthrough or Band-Aid?”
    • Harvey Sicherman, “The ‘Camp Wye’ Accords”
    • Robert Olson, The Geopolitics of the Middle East Peace Process ”


While the military culture has evolved over the years and we now have an Army almost unrecognizable to pre-Vietnam war veterans, one issue has remained pretty much the same—the place (or lack thereof) of the pol-mil officer in the military establishment. [Full text]

En 1891 ocurrió un incidente en el puerto de Valparaíso que condujo a una delicada crisis internacional la que amenazó culminar en un conflicto armado entre los Estados Unidos de América y Chile. Como consecuencia de la dinámica que asumió el hecho la República Argentina y el Perú quedaron involucrados en la trama del grave suceso. [Full text]



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