'Face' Among the Arabs By Peter A. Naffsinger - George Washington, American children are told, having cut down his father's favorite cherry tree, showed his sterling character by confessing to the deed. An Arab hearing this story not only fails to see the moral beauty of such behavior but wonders why anyone would ever compromise his integrity by admitting thus his guilt. As to Washington's explanation that "I cannot tell a lie," the Arab asks how a man could rise to the presidency if he were not suave enough to use a well-concocted falsehood as a tactic in emergency behavior...
LAW AND MILITARY OPERATIONS IN HAITI 1994-1995 LESSONS LEARNED FOR JUDGE ADVOCATES Center for Law and Military Operations, The Judge Advocate General's School United States Army Charlottesville, Virginia - 11 DECEMBER 1995 - United States military operations in the Republic of Haiti in 1994 and 1995 represented a comprehensive and stunningly successful application of law to fluid and challenging circumstances.
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