March 4, 2017

Armed Forces in the Middle East: Politics and Strategy (BESA by Thomas Keaney,Barry Rubin

By Thomas Keaney,Barry Rubin

An exam of the center East's best defense force and their function in either army and affairs of state. The publication considers their missions, doctrine, education, gear and effectiveness as scuffling with forces.

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