Winning Wars Amongst the People: Case Studies in Asymmetric Conflict

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Since the end of World War II a paradigm shift has occurred in armed conflict. Asymmetric, or fourth-generation warfare--the challenge of nonstate belligerents to the authority and power of the state--has become the dominant form of conflict, while interstate conventional war has become an increasingly irrelevant instrument of statecraft. In asymmetric conflicts the enemy is often a fellow citizen with a different vision for the future of the country--waging war among the people, maneuvering on the borderlines between ...

Winning Wars Amongst the People: Case Studies in Asymmetric Conflict 2014, Potomac Books

ISBN-13: 9781612347004

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