By C. Ankersen

Ankersen examines Canada's civil-military cooperation efforts in Kosovo, Bosnia, and Afghanistan during the lens of Clausewitz's 'Remarkable Trinity'. The booklet unearths how army motion is the fabricated from impacts from the govt, the military, and the folk at home.

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