In Search of Self-Reliance: U.S. Security Assistance to the Third World under the Nixon Doctrine
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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The study examines the implications of the Nixon Doctrine for U.S. security-assistance programs in the Third World the relevance to the Doctrines implementation of the experiences of several Third World countries that have developed their own military doctrines and organizations the military dimensions of security-assistance programs, particularly the advantages of force structures different from present ones and the possibility of improving U.S. military relations with Third World countries through new strategies for training and materiel assistance.
- Government and Political Science