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Snow (political science, U. of Alabama), a prolific writer and speaker on military subjects, provides an overview of the impact of conflict in the Third World on US international interests in the post-cold-war era. He considers the political, economic, and military inconvenience of restless natives, and the chances of controlling them through counterinsurgency, counterterrorism, and international peacekeeping and peacemaking forces. Draws examples from Peru and the Persian Gulf. The ISBN digit check is invalid. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.