Robert L. Maginnis

Robert L. Maginnis is a retired Army lieutenant colonel and a policy analyst with the Family Research Council.

Latest by Robert L. Maginnis in Chronicles

  • October 1995

    Singing the U.N. Blues

    The operational philosophy and military role of the United Nations have radically changed. In the U.N.'s first five years it launched only two peacekeeping missions, but since the fall of the Soviet Union the U.N. has mounted 19 operations involving more than 70,000 blue-helmeted soldiers.

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