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Basing Headaches: Why US Overseas Deployments Are Becoming Increasingly Contentious

Alexander A. Cooley

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Basing Headaches: Why US Overseas Deployments Are Becoming Increasingly Contentious
Author(s):
Cooley, Alexander A.
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Essays
Department(s):
Political Science (Barnard College)
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Book/Journal Title:
The Will and the Wallet
Abstract:
Over the last few years, we have seen significant protests against the US basing presence erupt worldwide. "Base politics" such as this are intimately connected to local political developments. US planners nevertheless can certainly draw some important lessons about how to minimize political disputes over current and future overseas facilities.
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International relations
Armed Forces
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Alexander A. Cooley, , Basing Headaches: Why US Overseas Deployments Are Becoming Increasingly Contentious, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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