Aid Under Fire : Nation Building and the Vietnam War.
"In the aftermath of World War II, as longstanding empires collapsed and former colonies struggled for independence, the US employed new diplomatic tools to counter challenges to its interests across the globe. Among the most important new strategies was development assistance-the attempt to st...
The University Press of Kentucky,
|Series:||Studies in conflict, diplomacy, and peace.
|Online Access:||Available via JSTOR|
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