MacDill Air Force Base, Florida : The JSOU Press, 2016.
Book — xi, 118 pages : illustrations, tables, maps ; 23 cm.
A history of foreign internal defense and the indirect approach
Modern warfare and international humanitarian law
Ethical and legal considerations in training surrogate forces
U.S. Special Operations Command doctrine on human rights and IHL
Joint combined exchange training
The Leahy law
Peru and the Rondas Campesinas
Columbia and the Self-Defense Forces
The U.S. indirect approach in El Salvador
The U.S. experience in Iraq
Conclusions and recommendations.
"[This book] leverages the author's vast experience in Latin American history to examine how the U.S. Special Operations Forces (USSOF) train surrogate forces. He argues that it is necessary to employ Untied States Special Operations Command's (USSOCOM) indirect approach to grow and build partnership capacity through foreign internal defense (FID) and to find a balance with international humanitarian law (IHL). Paterson also examines the legal issues and restrictions on training and equipping foreign forces and the impact of these exchanges with our partners. His research methodology includes extensive interviews and incorporates a historical case study approach, examining FID efforts in Peru, Colombia, and El Salvador for lessons learned, and then compares and contrasts USSOF train-and-equip efforts in Iraq" -- foreword.
Introduction by Bruce A. Elleman, Andrew Forbes, and David Rosenberg
Chapter 1. A modern history of the international legal definition of piracy / by Penny Campbell
Chapter 2. Piracy on the South China coast through modern times / by Robert J. Antony
Chapter 3. The Taiping Rebellion, piracy, and the Arrow War / by Bruce A. Elleman
Chapter 4. Selamat Datang, Kapitan: post-World War II piracy in the South China Sea / by Charles W. Koburger, Jr.
Chapter 5. The political economy of piracy in the South China Sea / by David Rosenberg
Chapter 6. The looting and rape of Vietnamese boat people / Bruce A. Elleman
Chapter 7. Piracy and armed robbery in the Malacca Strait: a problem solved? / by Catherine Zara Raymond
Chapter 8. Piracy in Bangladesh: what lies beneath? / by Samuel Pyeatt Menefee
Chapter 9. Confronting maritime crime in Southeast Asian waters: reexamining "piracy" in the twenty-first century / by Sam Bateman
Chapter 10. President Thomas Jefferson and the Barbary pirates / by Robert F. Turner
Chapter 11. The limits of naval power: The merchant brig Three Sisters, riff prates, and British battleships / by Andrew Lambert
Chapter 12. Guns, oils, and "cake": maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea / by Arild Nodland
Chapter 13. Fish, family, and profit: piracy and the Horn of Africa / by Gary E. Weir
Conclusions by Bruce A. Elleman, Andrew Forbes, and David Rosenberg.
"This monograph is intended as a contribution to both scholarship and professional naval thinking; it is an academic and comparative examination of twelve selected case studies from maritime history used to illuminate a range of concepts and uses of piracy suppression. The twelve case studies provide the basis for the conclusions, an approach that provides a more thorough understanding of the uses and limitations of naval antipiracy operations in the context of new maritime technologies and within a wider range of modern national policy goals than might otherwise be achievable. Above all this collection provides a sound basis for comparative analysis of varying historical experiences that can stimulate new and original thinking about a basic but often overlooked naval duty."--Foreword
[Washington, D.C.?] : National Intelligence Council : G.P.O., Supt. of Docs. [distributor, 2005]
Book — xxxviii, 660 p. : maps ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Contains intelligence documents (38 in this book and 174 in the accompanying CD) related to the Vietnam War. Shows how the United States intelligence Community viewed critical developments over a 27-year period, ranging from analysis of the implications of the post-World War 2 breakup of colonial empires to the Communist takeover of Saigon in 1975. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
1st ed. - Washington, D.C. : Federal Research Division, Library of Congress : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 
Book — lxi, 570 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Kazakstan / Martha Brill Olcott
Kyrgyzstan / Martha Brill Olcott
Tajikistan / Muriel Atkin
Turkmenistan / Larry Clark, Michael Thurman and David Tyson
Uzbekistan / Nancy Lubin.
Edited by Glenn E. Curtis. 4th of a six-volume subseries covering all the post-Soviet States. Brings new information about a region of enhanced relevance in the world's economy and geopolitical structure. Provides a context for the current evaluations with descriptions of the historical, political, and social backgrounds of these five countries in Central Asia. For each country, the authors provide: historical background; the society and its environment; the economy; government and politics; and national security. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
1996 rev. ed. - Washington, DC : Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe : Congressional Research Service, with the assistance of the Institute of East-West Studies : For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, 1996.
Washington, D.C. : The Office : For sale by the [Supt. of Docs.,] U.S. G.P.O., 1993-
Journal/Periodical — computer laser optical discs ; 4 3/4 in.
Contains various Dept. of State publications, including: US Department of State dispatch and its supplement issues; current Background Notes for all countries; daily press briefings for 1991; reports submitted to Congress; and current regional maps from the Office of the Geographer.
3rd ed. - Washington, D.C. : The Division : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1991.
Book — xxviii, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
3d edition. Edited by Thomas Collelo. Prepared by Library of Congress, Federal Research Division. Research completed Feb. 1989. Provides information on the history, society, economy, politics, and national security of Angola. Also includes appendices, bibliographies, a glossary, and an index. (source: Nielsen Book Data)