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  • Trinkunas, Harold (2009-07)
    At first glance, it is difficult to see the strategic culture of Venezuela in action since it has not fought a war with a foreign adversary since its independence from Gran Colombia in 1830. However, by looking at a broad ...
  • Trinkunas, Harold A. (2010)
    For all the talk of revolution in Venezuela today, it is the twentieth century that witnessed the most profound transformation in the country’s state and society. Prior to the advent to power of Juan Vicente Gómez in 1908, ...
  • Trinkunas, Harold A. (2002-07)
    On the evening of 11 April 2002, the third day of a general strike, the Venezuelan armed forces rebelled against their president, Hugo Chávez Frías. Reacting to the bloody outcome of clashes between pro- and antigovern ...
  • Giraldo, Jeanne K.; Trinkunas, Harold A. (2014)
    A rash of terrorist attacks in the 1990s, all designed to cause mass casualties—the February 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, the March 1995 sarin gas attack in the Tokyo subway, the April 1995 bombing of the ...
  • Trinkunas, Harold A. (1999-10)
    Even though there is a trend toward political liberalization and democratization across Asia, its emerging democracies will not become consolidated unless elected officials establish authority over their armed forces. ...

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