International Military Education and Training: An Assessment. McNair Paper Number 44.
NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV WASHINGTON DC INST FOR NATIONAL STRATEGIC STUDIES
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Partial contents include To Enhance Security Legislative Background The Structure of U.S. Foreign Military Education and Training Foreign Military Education and Training in FY 1995 A Framework for Evaluating IMETs Effectiveness Contributions to Long-Term Regional Stability Contributions to Building Cooperative Military Relationships Contributions to U.S. Diplomatic Interests Overseas and Economic Interests At Home The Effectiveness of IMET Additional Findings Making A Good Program Better.
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- Military Forces and Organizations
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