David Galula , Counterinsurgency Warfare Theory and Practice ( New York :
Praeger , 1964 ) , 21 . 25. Doug McAdam , Political Process and the Development
of the Black Insurgency , 1930-1970 ( Chicago : The University of Chicago Press
This is especially acute in Latin America where some conservative elements
dominate both military and civilian political hierarchies . This view obviously must
be corrected , and the strategy and tactics of counterinsurgency warfare must
Counterinsurgency Warfare : Theory and Practice . ... Galula , a French military
officer who served in the Algerian war , provides a template for the defeat of
insurgents seeking to define the laws of counterinsurgency warfare , discuss its ...
11 Summary Today ' s counterinsurgency warfare involves a competition
between human networks - ours and theirs . To understand their networks , we
must understand the networks ' preexisting links and the cultural and historical
context of ...
Product Description: Since the tragic events of 9/11 and the consequent advent of the Global War on Terrorism, there has been a remarkable surge of interest in counterinsurgency. This anthology presents 27 articles on counterinsurgency and irregular warfare, particularly highlighting and examining the U.S. Marine Corps' roles in conflicts from 1898 through 2007. It also includes an extensive bibliography of works on these conflicts. Continuing discussion and study of these subjects is of critical importance to the ongoing efforts of the United States and its allies in the Global War on Terrorism. The anthology is divided broadly into two halves: the first half presents historical examples of counterinsurgency involving the United States-from the Philippines and the "Banana Wars" up through Vietnam-while the second half addresses the nation's contemporary efforts in this regard. Articles cover the situations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Horn of Africa. The selected bibliography addresses a broad range of subjects: on higher-end operational/strategic level of war considerations, on geopolitical context, and on a varied array of related topics-political theory, historical case studies, failed states, cultural studies and analysis, and many others-that all provide context or play a role in conducting a counterinsurgency and achieving success in the realm of irregular warfare. Colonel Stephen S. Evans, USMCR, researched and compiled this work as a field historian with the Marine Corps History Division. He has experience at various operational levels, both joint and multinational, in CONUS and overseas, and has performed duty with all three MEFs, MARFORLANT, MARFOREUR, and U.S. forces in Korea. He has also held a range of positions in administrative and educational roles at Quantico and the Pentagon. Colonel Evans holds a doctorate in history from Temple University and has published two historical monographs.
The slowness with which the Soviets and their clients have adjusted their military
strategies , doctrines , tactics , and forces to the requirements of counterinsurgent warfare constitutes a major shortcoming . In most of the fighting , both Soviet ...
Author: Richard H. Shultz
Publisher: Free Press
Category: Political Science
The rules of engagement in the third world are as structured as a ballet. This volume examines how US and Soviet foreign policies address Guerrilla warfare in the third world and gives a broad strategic analysis of low-intensity conflict objectives and constraints. Twenty-eight contributions. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
In the context of Sudan ' s civil war , communities attach more importance to counterinsurgency warfare than to conventional warfare between the government
and rebels as counterinsurgency warfare has direct effects on their livelihoods .
Considered a classic in the field of insurgency and counterinsurgency warfare .
Ellis , John . A Short History of Guerrilla Warfare . New York : St. Martin's Press ,
1976. A short but useful work that provides much information in a condensed ...
Author: John Powell
Publisher: Salem PressInc
Presents information about weaponry, tactics, and modes of warfare worldwide, from ancient times to the present, and discusses the cultural, sociopolitical, and ethical aspects of weaponry and warfare.
CHAPTER IV THE AIR FORCE SPECIAL WARFARE CENTER The creation, on
April 27, 1962, of the United States Air Force Special Warfare Center at Hurlburt
Field, Florida, has been discussed in the previous chapter. The base came under
Not long ago, “counterinsurgency” was an odd and obscure word. ... not only in
combating these “tactics” but also having embarked in counterinsurgency warfare
and all that accompanied it: new doctrine, new enemies, an alien population, ...
Author: Thomas Rid
This textbook offers an accessible introduction to counterinsurgency operations, a key aspect of modern warfare.
Release on 2004 | by Daniel J. Kaufman, Jay M. Parker, Patrick V. Howell, Kimberly C. Field
Relearning. Counterinsurgency. Warfare. Robert R. Tomes Thirty years after the
signing of the January 1973 Paris peace agreement ending the Vietnam War, the
United States finds itself leading a broad coalition of military forces engaged in ...
Author: Daniel J. Kaufman, Jay M. Parker, Patrick V. Howell, Kimberly C. Field
While U.S. military intervention may take on an appearance of conventional or
unconventional form, or a combination of the two, this work is most concerned
with counterinsurgency warfare. This foundational context of future war does not
Author: RICHARD W. RUBRIGHT
Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.
Richard W. Rubright addresses the constraints of technology in enhancing American military capability. Analyzing the confines and self-imposed restrictions on the use of technology as well as current military doctrine, he develops a new rubric for guiding the military in modern warfare.
Democracy , Strategy , and Vietnam : Implications for American Policymaking .
Lexington , MA : Lexington Books , 1987 . Luttwak , Edward N. “ Dead End : Counterinsurgency Warfare as Military Malpractice . ” Harpers ( February 2007 ) .
Author: David H. Ucko
Examines how the United States Army and Marines adapted to insurgency during the Iraq war, allowing them to improve their counterinsurgency techniques and improving their chances of winning the war.
The Terror Fighters: A Profile of Guerrilla Warfare in Southern Africa. Cape Town:
Purnell ... LITERATURE ON COUNTERINSURGENCY WARFARE AND
COMPARATIVE CAMPAIGNS Blaufarb, D. S., and George K. Tanham. Who Will
Author: John P. Cann
The Portuguese planning for and conduct of its 1961-1974 counterinsurgency campaign in Africa.
CONCEPTS OF COUNTERINSURGENCY INTELLIGENCE Intelligence
organization and collection during an insurgency place ... In short , rapid
response to intelligence is of crucial importance in counterinsurgency : In
conventional warfare ...
A major theme was the special and unique character of guerrilla and
counterguerrilla military operations . Citing his ... In prescribing such tactics ,
Hilsman implied that in counterinsurgency warfare , heavy weapons and
equipment , regimental ...
Author: Douglas S. Blaufarb
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers
Category: Political Science
A CIA veteran describes the reasons for what he considers to be the United States' failure as a protective guardian to the world.
S The army attempted to create the doctrine very quickly without doing the deep
analytical thinking required for a complete understanding of the changed nature
of warfare : “ The crash nature of the new entry into counterinsurgency caused
Author: John A. Nagl
Examines the differences in the abilities of the British Army in Malaya and the United States Army in Vietnam to adapt their strategies when confronted with unexpected guerilla warfare.
... the behavioral sciences to counterinsurgency . In material supplied to 1967
Congressional " earings , the Army described CRESS work as research analyses
which are " often concerned with aspects of insurgency , revolutionary warfare
Cultural awareness per se may indeed be a good thing , but not when placed in
the context of counterinsurgency warfare . HTS's supporters have discussed
aspects of the program in ways that do not square with military journals , job ...
Author: Roberto Jesús González
Publisher: Prickly Paradigm
Critiques the Pentagon's Counterinsurgency Field Manual, which offered a blueprint for mobilizing the cultural expertise of anthropologists for the war in Iraq. Explores the ethical and intellectual conflicts of the Pentagon's Human Terrain System, and probes the increasing militarization of academic knowledge.