By James Dobbins, Michele A. Poole, Austin Long, Benjamin Runkle
This booklet examines how the USA has won substantial adventure in nation-building operations via its participation in no less than 8 major operations for the reason that international conflict II-in Germany, Japan, Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
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Unfortunately, that plan3 Michael Beschloss, The Conquerors: Roosevelt, Truman and the Destruction of Hitler’s Germany, 1941–1945, New York: Simon and Schuster, 2002, p. 159. 4 Beschloss (2002, p. 19). 5 Beschloss (2002, p. 84). 6 Beschloss (2002, p. 200). robin-bobin 14 robin-bobin After the War: Nation-Building from FDR to George W. Bush ning would be done with little policy direction from the top, of which much would be vague and inconsistent. Following Roosevelt’s death, it would fall to the administration of President Harry Truman to actually execute nation-building in Germany and Japan.
While General Clay took great liberties in interpreting and implementing JCS 1067, General MacArthur directed his staﬀ to execute JCS 1380 as it was written, accepting it as his own plan. No one in Japan would have believed that MacArthur himself had not written JCS 1380. The Allies Not surprisingly, allied views were much more important in deﬁning the course of Germany’s occupation than Japan’s. S. policy was ultimately decisive regarding all but Sovietoccupied eastern Germany. During World War II and in its immediate aftermath, allied leaders met seven times to coordinate policy on the war and the peace that would follow.
10 Mayo (1984, pp. 23–24, 28–29). robin-bobin 18 robin-bobin After the War: Nation-Building from FDR to George W. ”11 By the time the Civil Aﬀairs Division was created, there were two other military organizations working on postwar issues. One was the Joint Post-War Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staﬀ, which focused only on drafting surrender documents. The other was the Military Government Division, which had three responsibilities: publishing civil aﬀairs handbooks, operating military government training schools, and providing staging areas for Military Government Division oﬃcers prior to their assumption of duties in occupied areas.
After the War: Nation-Building from FDR to George W. Bush by James Dobbins, Michele A. Poole, Austin Long, Benjamin Runkle