New Missions, Old Problems (Queen's Policy Studies Series) e-book
by Douglas L. Bland,David Last,Franklin Pinch
His fourth and last, undertaken when he was 59, was meant to traverse the last unnavigated section of the Northwest Passage.
New Missions, Old Problems book. Douglas L. Bland served for 30 years as a senior officer in the Canadian Armed Forces and held the chair of defence studies at Queen’s University for 15 years. Over the last ten years military commanders and their soldiers. He is the author of six books and numerous published contributions on Canadian and international security affairs. His political novel, Uprising, was published in 2009. He lives in Kingston, Ontario. Books by Douglas L. Bland
Pinch, Franklin, Last, David . Bland, Douglas L. Published by Queen's University (2004)
Pinch, Franklin, Last, David . Published by Queen's University (2004). ISBN 10: 1553390342 ISBN 13: 9781553390343.
Military commanders and their soldiers have been asked over the last ten .
Browsing All David Last Books. New Missions, Old Problems. Queen's Policy Studies Series - School of Policy Studies (1). Items Found: 5. Mission Critical. Social and Cultural Change. McGill-Queen's University Press is a scholarly publisher of books that engage in public debate, current events, politics, contemporary thought, and the arts.
Series Queen's Policy Studies Series. McGill-Queen's University Press. An examination of how military forces are dealing with the changing roles of their missions. Written by. Bland. Lieutenant-Colonel David Last is an artillery officer, Canadian Forces, acting chair, Military Strategic Studies, and associate professor of political science, Royal Military College. Lieutenant-Colonel Bernd Horn is an active duty infantry officer, Cana.
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In 1933 Franklin D. Roosevelt made him assistant secretary of state for Latin American affairs and special ambassador to. Roosevelt made him assistant secretary of state for Latin American affairs and special ambassador to Havana, in which capacity he mediated between fighting factions. After negotiating treaties with Cuba (1934) and Panama (1934), in 1937 he became under secretary, and – because of secretary of state Cordell Hull's illnesses – often acting secretary.