US Military Doctrine and Counterinsurgency

Published in: Strategic Survey: An Evaluation and Forecast of World Affairs (London:Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2004), p. 38-49

Posted on RAND.org on December 31, 2003

by William Rosenau

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Counterinsurgency has re-emerged as an urgent priority for the U.S. armed forces, as the U.S. Army and the broader national security policy community are trying to develop approaches for countering violent irregular forces and movements that threaten important U.S. and Western interests.

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