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eBook Rethinking Counterinsurgency: Rand Counterinsurgency StudyVolume 5 (v. 5) epub
  • ISBN: 0833044753
  • Author: John Mackinlay
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rand Corporation (May 5, 2008)
  • Pages: 80 pages
  • ePUB size: 1286 kb
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The modern jihadist insurgency is also more global in terms of its popular support and operational territory. It makes far better use of communications technology and propaganda to reach the minds and hearts of global audiences.

The modern jihadist insurgency is also more global in terms of its popular support and operational territory. 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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Home Browse Books Book details, Rethinking Counterinsurgency. Rethinking Counterinsurgency. By John Mackinlay, Alison Al-Baddawy. counterinsurgency (COIN) operations have been slow to respond and adapt to the rise of the global jihadist insurgency, whose base of support is global and whose exploitation of the virtual dimension has outstripped the West1s.

Rethinking Counterinsurgency. counterinsurgency (COIN) operations have been slow to respond and adapt to the rise of the global jihadist insurgency, whose base of support is global and whose exploitation of the virtual dimension has outstripped the West's.

British and U.S. counterinsurgency (COIN) operations have been slow to respond and adapt to the rise of the global jihadist insurgency, whose base of support is global and whose exploitation of the virtual dimension has outstripped the West1s. After analyzing past British COIN experiences and comparing them to the evolving nature of the modern jihadist insurgency, the authors suggest a new framework for future COIN operations.
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