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Asymmetric warfare and the Vietnam War[edit]

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Quasi War[edit]

Hello, I'd like to collaborate with you on changing the result of the Quasi War. The reference to the result of the war doesn't come with a clickable link, so I feel it should be updated with one that does. As far as the result itself, it's very clear France and Spain lost the conflict, both militarily and during negotiations, which were brief. French and Spanish forces lost every battle, and France ceased attacks on American shipping by war's end in accordance to the Convention of 1800. I feel the previous edit provided a clear and appropriate result and reference, how do you feel about this? UnbiasedVictory (talk) 18:02, 25 August 2014 (UTC)

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