A brief history of the Confederate Chaplains Corps and a collection of inspirational messages written Chaplain J. W. Binion, D.P.Min. of the Ky. Div. SCV, Cumberland Brigade SCV, and Pvt. Edward Arthur Camp 1783 SCV.
A thief has been busy at Camp Dakota. Several campers report missing items and some even start pointing fingers. In between lessons about reflection, refraction, shadows, and other properties of light, a group of kids head out in search of the culprit. And the trail they find leads them to a conclusion none of them expected.
This book examines North Koreaa (TM)s nuclear diplomacy over a long time period from the early 1960s, setting its dangerous brinkmanship in the wider context of North Koreaa (TM)s military and diplomatic campaigns to achieve its political goals. It argues that the last four decades of military adventurism demonstrates Pyongyanga (TM)s consistent, calculated use of military tools to advance strategic objectives vis A vis its adversaries. It shows how recent behavior of the North Korean government is entirely consistent with its behavior over this longer period: the North Korean governmenta (TM)s conduct (rather than being haphazard or reactive) is rational a " in the Clausewitzian sense of being ready to use force as an extension of diplomacy by other means. The book goes on to demonstrate that North Koreaa (TM)s "calculated adventurism" has come full circle: what we are seeing now is a modified repetition of earlier events a " such as the Pueblo incident of 1968 and the nuclear and missile diplomacy of the 1990s. Using extensive interviews in the United States and South Korea, including those with defected North Korean government officials, alongside newly declassified first-hand material from U.S., South Korean, and former Communist-bloc archives, the book argues that whilst North Koreaa (TM)s military-diplomatic campaigns have intensified, its policy objectives have become more conservative and are aimed at regime survival, normalization of relations with the United States and Japan, and obtaining economic aid.