Published between 1985 and 1998, the five volumes in this set explore a wide range of themes and topics relating to postcolonial security studies. Offering both broader overviews of political and military regimes across the world, and more focused examinations of specific areas and conflicts, such as Africa, Cuba, and the Falklands War, they provide a wealth of information that will appeal to those with an interest in military and strategic studies, political and military history, political and military theory, and international relations.
Table of Contents
1: Military Power and Politics in Black Africa, Simon Baynham
2: The Political Dilemmas of Military Regimes, Christopher Clapham and George Philip
3: The Falklands War, Alberto R. Coll and Anthony C. Arend
4: Peacekeeping in Africa, Oliver Furley and Roy May
5: Terrorism: The Cuban Connection, Roger W. Fontaine
Various Authors, experts in their fields.