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eBook The Political Context Behind Successful Revolutionary Movements, Three Case Studies: Vietnam (1955-63), Algeria (1945-62), and Nicaragua (1967-79) download ISBN: 1584873469
Author: millen-raymond-a
Publisher: Strategic Studies Institute U. S. Army War Co (2008)
Language: English
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The author examines the extent to which some states create the conditions for revolutionary movements to flourish. He explores how the governments in Vietnam (1955-63), Algeria (1945-62), and Nicaragua (1967-79) unintentionally empowered revolutionary movements, resulting in these governments’ demise.

Authored by LTC Raymond A. Millen. The political-military consequences of these insurgencies were profound. With the exception of Nicaragua, the insurgencies devastated the political, social, and economic institutions of their host countries

Authored by LTC Raymond A. With the exception of Nicaragua, the insurgencies devastated the political, social, and economic institutions of their host countries. In Vietnam, the unnecessary Viet Cong escalation to guerilla war against the Diem regime in 1963 forced the United States to intervene incrementally, changing the nature and the spectrum of the conflict. In the end, the Viet Cong were destroyed, forcing North Vietnam to shoulder the main burden.

Employing Jeff Goodwins analytical framework for exploring the political context behind revolutionary movements, Lieutenant Colonel Millen explores how the governments in Vietnam (1955-63), Algeria (1945-62), and Nicaragua (1967-79) unintentionally empowered revolutionary movements, resulting in these governments demise. The reader will find his analysis compelling. Often, examining failure provides greater enlightenment than examining success. The Strategic Studies Institute is pleased to offer this insightful monograph as a topic of debate among counterinsurgency specialists and the Department of Defense. Douglas C. lovelace, jr.

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by Millen, Raymond A. Authors: ebrary, Inc. Series: Global political studies series Published by : Nova Science Publishers . Political context framework - Republic of Vietnam, 1955-63 - Algeria, 1945-62 - Nicaragua, 1967-79. Electronic reproduction. Series: Global political studies series Published by : Nova Science Publishers, (Hauppauge, . ) Physical details: xvii, 76 p. Subject(s): Revolutions -Case studies Political context framework - Republic of Vietnam, 1955-63 - Algeria, 1945-62 - Nicaragua, 1967-79.

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The Political Context Behind Successful Revolutionary Movements, Three Case Studies: Vietnam (1955-63), Algeria (1945-62), and Nicaragua (1967-79) by LTC Raymond Millen, US Army, at the US Army War College's Strategic Studies Institute, 20 March 2008.

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