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  • An underappreciated aspect of PMC working in Afghanistan is that due to their manpower, representation at the headquarters of inter-allied organizations, and their international connections, the PMCs are in a position to influence military decisions on operational matters.

    Private Military Contractors as Buzz Lightyear: To Afghanistan and Beyond

  • Their experience is a vital asset to the inter-allied staff officers whose tours of duty are rarely longer than six months.

    Private Military Contractors as Buzz Lightyear: To Afghanistan and Beyond

  • Then, when in January of 1943, the inter-allied Conference of Casablanca demanded the total and unconditional surrender not only of the dictator but also of the German nation, the distinction was not even in discussion anymore.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Serious inter-allied disagreements can undermine the alliance's ability to act effectively in the new security environment.

    NATO Faces Long-Term Challenges

  • This is the conference which the Lenine government scoffs at in the manifesto quoted just above, styling it the "so-called inter-allied conference," in which "America was represented by Gompers, representing associations which never had anything to do with the Socialists."

    The Red Conspiracy

  • You have at this time 'not only the normal debt, you have the war debt, the inter-allied debt, the reparation debt.

    The World Danger and the Way Out

  • I have referred to the question of inter-allied debts, to reparations,, and to Russia.

    The World Danger and the Way Out

  • Permanent correction of this problem involves, however, a readjustment of German reparations, inter-allied and other international debts, and the tariff relationships of debtor and creditor countries.

    The Current Business Situation

  • This situation affects French action in external affairs, and as a result of French advances to Germany is bound up absolutely with the question of reparations and inter-allied debts.

    The Case for France

  • No inter-allied gas mask materialised, although this would have been of inestimable advantage.

    The riddle of the Rhine, chemical strategy in peace and war ...

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