5 edition of Rethinking Insurgency found in the catalog.
August 27, 2007
by Juniper Grove
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
Editor’s note: MWI Non-Resident Fellow has gathered a broad collection of books that, together, help to conceptualize the many challenges posed by insurgencies. The books he has identified are below. Insurgencies, guerrilla warfare—whatever we chose to call this type of violence, it is, by far the deadliest threat to those who serve in uniform. As part of the RAND Corporation’s five-volume counterinsurgency study, Rethinking Counterinsurgency questions the West’s ability to win against terrorism and criticizes the US–led coalition, pointing to poorly conceived definitions of winning and of campaigns focused on attrition. The report argues the West was initially surprised by the global and the virtual nature of the insurgency .
Rethinking Geopolitics argues that the concept of geopolitics needs to be conceptualised anew as the twenty-first century approaches. Challenging conventional geopolitical assumptions, contributors explore: * theories of post-modern geopolitics * historical formulations of states and cold wars * the geopolitics of the Holocaust * the gendered dimension of Kurdish insurgency * . Rethinking the dynamics Rethinking counterinsurgency Recommendations. Summary The U.S. military and national security community lost interest in insurgency after the end of the Cold War when other defense issues such as multinational peacekeeping and .
Rethinking Western Approaches to Counterinsurgency: Lessons From Post-Colonial Conflict 1st Edition. Russell W. Glenn Novem This book critically examines the Western approach to counter-insurgency in the post-colonial era and offers a series of recommendations to address current shortfalls. Book Description: During the period of decolonization in Asia and Africa, the United Kingdom faced more insurgent activity than any other Western power. British government officials and military forces proved proficient at defeating or controlling these rebellions. However, these uprisings were much less complex than the modern jihadist insurgency.
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Rethinking Insurgency. 'Insurgency is changing in shape and form; to counter it successfully, Rethinking Insurgency book must adapt accordingly. This book is a timely, thought-provoking and critical examination of our current approaches to counterinsurgency, challenging many widely-held tenets.
A `must read` for by: 2. Summary The Septemattacks and Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom revived the idea that insurgency is a significant threat to the United States.
In response, the American military and defense communities began to rethink insurgency. Description: This book critically examines the Western approach to counter-insurgency in the post-colonial era and offers a series of recommendations to address current shortfalls.
The author argues that current approaches to countering insurgency rely too heavily on conflicts from the post-World War II years of waning colonialism. Rethinking Insurgency (). The Historiography of Insurgency Ian Beckett 3.
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Whither Counterinsurgency: The Rise and Fall of a Divisive Concept David Ucko 7. RETHINKING INSURGENCY Steven Metz June This publication is a work of the U.S. Government as defined in Ti United States Code, Section As such, it is in the public domain, and under the Rethinking Insurgency book of Ti United States Code, Sectionit may not be copyrighted.
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Get this from a library. Rethinking insurgency. [Steven Metz; Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute,] -- The U.S.
military and national security community lost interest in insurgency after the end of the Cold War when other defense issues such as multinational peacekeeping and transformation seemed more.
'Rethinking Western Approaches to Counterinsurgency is an innovative and meticulously researched look at the distinctions of modern counterinsurgency. Its contents prompt the reader to muse upon the nature of both insurgencies and cturer: Routledge.
Editor's Note: Mike Few continues his investigative series, "Rethinking Revolution" with a look at reconstruction as insurgency conducted as an interview with civil war historian Dr.
Mark Grimsley of The Ohio State University. The Civil War did not end when the guns fell silent at Appomattox and Durham Station. It continued, in a different guise, for another decade. (). Rethinking insurgency: criminality, spirituality, and societal warfare in the Americas.
Small Wars & Insurgencies: Vol. 22, Criminal Insurgencies in Mexico and the Americas: The Gangs and Cartels Wage War, pp. Cited by: Get this from a library. Rethinking insurgency. [Steven Metz; Army War College (U.S.).
Strategic Studies Institute.] -- The Septemattacks and Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom revived the idea that insurgency is a significant threat to the United States.
In response, the American military and. This new handbook provides a wide-ranging overview of the current state of academic analysis and debate on insurgency and counterinsurgency, as well as an-up-to date survey of contemporary insurgent movements and counter-insurgencies. In recent years, and more specifically since the insurgency in Iraq fromacademic interest in insurgency and .Defining Insurgency Defining Insurgency: Framework of Conditions, Causes, and Consequences applied to the Dutch Revolt In Rethinking State Fragility, by Mats Berdal, This book examines Author: Johan Lammers.Contemporary insurgency has a different strategic context, structure, and dynamics than its forebears.
Insurgencies tend to be nested in complex conflicts that involve what can be called third forces (armed groups that affect the outcome) and fourth forces (unarmed groups that affect the outcome, such as the media), as well as the insurgents.